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The nature and age of Mesoproterozoic strike-slip faulting based on Re-Os geochronology of syn-tectonic copper mineralization, Assynt Terrane, NW Scotland (2020)
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Holdsworth, R. E., Selby, D., Dempsey, E., Scott, L., Hardman, K., Fallick, A., & Bullock, R. (in press). The nature and age of Mesoproterozoic strike-slip faulting based on Re-Os geochronology of syn-tectonic copper mineralization, Assynt Terrane, NW Scotland. Journal of the Geological Society, jgs2020-011. https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs2020-011

Sub-arctic river bank dynamics and driving processes during the open-channel flow period (2019)
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Lotsari, E., Hackney, C., Salmela, J., Kasvi, E., Kemp, J., Alho, P., & Darby, S. (in press). Sub-arctic river bank dynamics and driving processes during the open-channel flow period. Earth surface processes and landforms, https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.4796

There is growing concern that rapidly changing climate in high latitudes may generate significant geomorphological changes that could mobilise floodplain sediments and carbon; however detailed investigations into the bank erosion process regimes of h... Read More about Sub-arctic river bank dynamics and driving processes during the open-channel flow period.

Unravelling The Role Of Green Entrepreneurs In Urban Sustainability Transitions (2019)
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Gibbs, D., & Yu, Z. (in press). Unravelling The Role Of Green Entrepreneurs In Urban Sustainability Transitions. Urban studies, https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098019888144

This paper aims to understand the role of green entrepreneurs in urban sustainability transitions. We propose an analytical framework combining transition approaches and green entrepreneurship from a relational lens. It includes four processes: emerg... Read More about Unravelling The Role Of Green Entrepreneurs In Urban Sustainability Transitions.

The nature and age of basement host rocks and fissure fills in the Lancaster field fractured reservoir, West of Shetland (2019)
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Holdsworth, R., Trice, R., Hardman, K., McCaffrey, K., Morton, A., Frei, D., …Rogers, S. (in press). The nature and age of basement host rocks and fissure fills in the Lancaster field fractured reservoir, West of Shetland. Journal of the Geological Society, jgs2019-142. https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs2019-142

Hosting up to 3.3 billion barrels of oil in place, the upfaulted Precambrian 16 crystalline rocks of the Lancaster Field, offshore west of Shetland, give key insights into how 17 fractured hydrocarbon reservoirs can form in such old rocks. The Neoarc... Read More about The nature and age of basement host rocks and fissure fills in the Lancaster field fractured reservoir, West of Shetland.

Gender, property and succession in the early modern English aristocracy: the case of Martha Janes and her illegitimate children (2019)
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Worthen, H., McDonagh, B., & Capern, A. (2019). Gender, property and succession in the early modern English aristocracy: the case of Martha Janes and her illegitimate children. Women's History Review, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1080/09612025.2019.1696414

This article addresses the boundaries of female power within early modern aristocratic families. It examines the family arrangements of Lord Emmanuel Scroop whose marriage to Elizabeth Manners was childless. The research sets out to uncover Lord Scro... Read More about Gender, property and succession in the early modern English aristocracy: the case of Martha Janes and her illegitimate children.

Muddy knees and muddy needs: parents perceptions of outdoor learning (2019)
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Parsons, K. J., & Traunter, J. (2019). Muddy knees and muddy needs: parents perceptions of outdoor learning. Children's Geographies, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2019.1694637

Research highlights that children across the UK access the outdoors less than previous generations, often at levels below that prescribed by the United Nations as a basic level of outdoor access for prisoners. School staff and parents are intrinsic p... Read More about Muddy knees and muddy needs: parents perceptions of outdoor learning.

Muddy knees and muddy needs: parents' perceptions of outdoor learning (2019)
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Parsons, K., & Traunter, J. (in press). Muddy knees and muddy needs: parents' perceptions of outdoor learning. Children's Geographies, https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2019.1694637

Research highlights that children across the UK access the outdoors less than previous generations, often at levels below that prescribed by the United Nations as a basic level of outdoor access for prisoners. School staff and parents are intrinsic p... Read More about Muddy knees and muddy needs: parents' perceptions of outdoor learning.

A constant Chinese Loess Plateau dust source since the late Miocene (2019)
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Bird, A., Millar, I., Rodenburg, T., Stevens, T., Rittner, M., Vermeesch, P., & Lu, H. (2020). A constant Chinese Loess Plateau dust source since the late Miocene. Quaternary science reviews, 227, 106042. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.106042

© 2019 The Authors The Pliocene-Pleistocene boundary marks a major change in global climate and East Asian monsoon dynamic. However, the role of the global atmospheric dust-cycle over this time is unclear; in particular the degree to which changes in... Read More about A constant Chinese Loess Plateau dust source since the late Miocene.

Sustainability transitions and policy dismantling: Zero carbon housing in the UK (2019)
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O'Neill, K., & Gibbs, D. (in press). Sustainability transitions and policy dismantling: Zero carbon housing in the UK. Geoforum,

In this paper we examine the failure of the zero carbon homes agenda in the UK and argue that it represents a case of policy dismantling, where a range of policies and programmes have been introduced, revised and then removed by government. We bring... Read More about Sustainability transitions and policy dismantling: Zero carbon housing in the UK.

Locating climate adaptation in urban and regional studies (2019)
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Kythreotis, A. P., Jonas, A. E. G., & Howarth, C. (in press). Locating climate adaptation in urban and regional studies. Regional studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/00343404.2019.1678744

This paper aims to add new empirical and theoretical insights to the debate on climate change adaptation and regional and urban studies by linking the analysis of UK climate adaptation policy to city-regionalist political processes and state structur... Read More about Locating climate adaptation in urban and regional studies.

Becoming Chapels and Everyday Congregations: How the Repair and Maintenance of London’s Wesleyan Chapels Illustrates Their Communities’ Everyday Practices and Experiences (1851–1932) (2019)
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Slatter, R. (in press). Becoming Chapels and Everyday Congregations: How the Repair and Maintenance of London’s Wesleyan Chapels Illustrates Their Communities’ Everyday Practices and Experiences (1851–1932). Journal of Design History, https://doi.org/10.1093/jdh/epz032

This article uses archival references to maintenance and repair to approach nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Wesleyan chapels and their material contents as ‘becoming’ things. Reflecting on the material changes that made the maintenance or rep... Read More about Becoming Chapels and Everyday Congregations: How the Repair and Maintenance of London’s Wesleyan Chapels Illustrates Their Communities’ Everyday Practices and Experiences (1851–1932).

Phosphorus-cycle disturbances during the Late Devonian anoxic events (2019)
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Percival, L., Bond, D., Rakociński, M., Marynowski, L., Hood, A., Adatte, T., …Follmi, K. (2020). Phosphorus-cycle disturbances during the Late Devonian anoxic events. Global and planetary change, 184, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2019.103070

The Late Devonian was marked by repeated faunal crises and episodes of geographically widespread marine anoxia, and featured one of the ‘Big Five’ mass extinctions of the Phanerozoic Aeon during the Frasnian–Famennian transition. However, the proces... Read More about Phosphorus-cycle disturbances during the Late Devonian anoxic events.

A New Perspective on a Global Circular Economy (2019)
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Velenturf, A. P. M., Purnell, P., Macaskie, L. E., Mayes, W. M., & Sapsford, D. J. (2020). A New Perspective on a Global Circular Economy. In Resource recovery from wastes : towards a circular economy, 1-22. Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00001

Natural resource exploitation is accelerating in the face of resource decline, while at the same time people are generating ever growing quantities of wastes. Population and income growth drive up the demand for energy, materials and food. Four plane... Read More about A New Perspective on a Global Circular Economy.

Integrating Remediation and Resource Recovery of Industrial Alkaline Wastes: Case Studies of Steel and Alumina Industry Residues (2019)
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Gomes, H. I., Rogerson, M., Courtney, R., & Mayes, W. M. (2020). Integrating Remediation and Resource Recovery of Industrial Alkaline Wastes: Case Studies of Steel and Alumina Industry Residues. In Resource recovery from wastes: towards a circular economy, 168-191. Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00168

With an estimated annual production of two billion tonnes globally, alkaline industrial wastes can be considered both major global waste streams, and materials that offer significant options for potential resource recovery. Alkaline wastes are usuall... Read More about Integrating Remediation and Resource Recovery of Industrial Alkaline Wastes: Case Studies of Steel and Alumina Industry Residues.

Knickpoints in Martian channels indicate past ocean levels (2019)
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Baynes, E. R., Duran, S., Coulthard, T. J., & Baynes, E. R. C. (2019). Knickpoints in Martian channels indicate past ocean levels. Scientific reports, 9(1), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-51574-2

On Mars, the presence of extensive networks of sinuous valleys and large channels provides evidence for a wetter and warmer environment where liquid water was more abundant than it is at present. We undertook an analysis of all major channel systems... Read More about Knickpoints in Martian channels indicate past ocean levels.

Chair's note: moving forwards amidst the British International Research Institutes (BIRI) of the British Academy (2019)
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Atkinson, D. (2019). Chair's note: moving forwards amidst the British International Research Institutes (BIRI) of the British Academy. Libyan Studies, 50, 197-199. https://doi.org/10.1017/lis.2019.29

This third Chair's note on the society's activities outlines the wider context of The Society for Libyan Studies within the British Academy's British International Research Institutes (BIRI), and recent developments within this collaboration. The BIR... Read More about Chair's note: moving forwards amidst the British International Research Institutes (BIRI) of the British Academy.

Terrestrial structure-from-motion: spatial error analysis of roughness and morphology (2019)
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Schwendel, A., & Milan, D. (2020). Terrestrial structure-from-motion: spatial error analysis of roughness and morphology. Geomorphology, 350, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2019.106883

Structure-from-Motion (SfM) photogrammetry is rapidly becoming a key tool for morphological characterisation and change detection of the earth surface. This paper demonstrates the use of Terrestrial Structure-from-Motion (TSfM) photogrammetry to acqu... Read More about Terrestrial structure-from-motion: spatial error analysis of roughness and morphology.

Opening the woods: towards a quantification of Neolithic clearance around the Somerset Levels and Moors (2019)
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Farrell, M., Bunting, M. J., Sturt, F., Grant, M., Aalbersberg, G., Batchelor, R., …Whittle, A. (in press). Opening the woods: towards a quantification of Neolithic clearance around the Somerset Levels and Moors. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-019-09427-9

Environmental reconstructions from pollen records collected within archaeological landscapes have traditionally taken a broadly narrative approach, with few attempts made at hypothesis testing or formal assessment of uncertainty. This disjuncture be... Read More about Opening the woods: towards a quantification of Neolithic clearance around the Somerset Levels and Moors.

The Geographies of Protest and Public Space in Mid-nineteenth-century London: The Hyde Park Railings Affair (2019)
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Awcock, H. (in press). The Geographies of Protest and Public Space in Mid-nineteenth-century London: The Hyde Park Railings Affair. Historical geography,

On 23 July 1866, a protest took place in Hyde Park, London, which provides a lens through which to analyse historical struggles over access to, and control of, public space. What began as a protest in favour of manhood suffrage became a conflict over... Read More about The Geographies of Protest and Public Space in Mid-nineteenth-century London: The Hyde Park Railings Affair.

Mediterranean winter rainfall in phase with African monsoons during the past 1.36 million years (2019)
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Wagner, B., Vogel, H., Francke, A., Friedrich, T., Donders, T., Lacey, J. H., …Zhang, X. (in press). Mediterranean winter rainfall in phase with African monsoons during the past 1.36 million years. Nature, 573, 256-260. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1529-0

Mediterranean climates are characterized by strong seasonal contrasts between dry summers and wet winters. Changes in winter rainfall are critical for regional socioeconomic development, but are difficult to simulate accurately and reconstruct on Qua... Read More about Mediterranean winter rainfall in phase with African monsoons during the past 1.36 million years.