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Beyond resistance: geographies of divergent more-than-human conduct in robotic milking (2019)
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Holloway, L., & Christopher, B. (in press). Beyond resistance: geographies of divergent more-than-human conduct in robotic milking. Geoforum, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2019.04.030

This paper begins to develop a terminology for discussing less-than-convivial more-than-human relations, providing a tool for exploring such relationships in the context of problematic human-nonhuman entanglements. The paper reviews existing work on... Read More

Smallholder knowledge-practices and smallholding animals: threats or alternatives to agricultural biosecurity? (2019)
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Holloway, L. (2019). Smallholder knowledge-practices and smallholding animals: threats or alternatives to agricultural biosecurity?. Journal of rural studies, 69, 19-29. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2019.04.013

This paper responds to claims that smallholders in the UK farming landscape present a biosecurity threat to commercial farming, by exploring smallholders’ perspectives on animal health and their practising of biosecurity, studied through focus group... Read More

Constructed wetlands for steel slag leachate management: Partitioning of arsenic, chromium, and vanadium in waters, sediments, and plants (2019)
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Gomes, H., Mayes, W., Whitby, P., & Rogerson, M. (in press). Constructed wetlands for steel slag leachate management: Partitioning of arsenic, chromium, and vanadium in waters, sediments, and plants. Journal of environmental management,

Constructed wetlands can treat highly alkaline leachate resulting from the weathering of steel slag before reuse (e.g. as aggregate) or during disposal in repositories and legacy sites. This study aimed to assess how metal(loid)s soluble at high pH,... Read More

Water quality modelling of the Mekong River basin: climate change and socioeconomics drive flow and nutrient flux changes to the Mekong Delta (2019)
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Whitehead, P., Jin, L., Bussi, G., Voepel, H., Darby, S., Vasilopoulos, G., …Hung, N. (2019). Water quality modelling of the Mekong River basin: climate change and socioeconomics drive flow and nutrient flux changes to the Mekong Delta. The Science of the total environment, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.03.315

The Mekong delta is recognised as one of the world's most vulnerable mega-deltas, being subject to a range of environmental pressures including sea level rise, increasing population, and changes in flows and nutrients from its upland catchment. With... Read More

Prospectivity mapping for epithermal deposits of Western Milos using a fuzzy multi criteria evaluation approach parameterized by airborne hyperspectral remote sensing data (2019)
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Ferrier, G., Ganas, A., Pope, R., & Jo Miles, A. (2019). Prospectivity mapping for epithermal deposits of Western Milos using a fuzzy multi criteria evaluation approach parameterized by airborne hyperspectral remote sensing data. Geosciences, 9(3), 116. https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences9030116

A Mineral prospectivity mapping (MPM) approach using a GIS-based weighted linear combination implementation of a Multi-Criteria Evaluation approach utilising a fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process to elucidate expert knowledge has been implemented to a... Read More

More than Bricks and Mortar: female property ownership as economic strategy in Mid-Nineteenth Century urban England (2019)
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Aston, J., Capern, A., & McDonagh, B. (in press). More than Bricks and Mortar: female property ownership as economic strategy in Mid-Nineteenth Century urban England. Urban history, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0963926819000142

This paper uses a quantitative and qualitative methodology to examine the role that women played as property owners in three mid nineteenth-century English towns. Using data from the previously under-utilized rate books, we argue that women were acti... Read More

Prospectivity mapping for high sulfidation epithermal porphyry deposits using an integrated compositional and topographic remote sensing dataset (2019)
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Ferrier, G., Ganas, A., & Pope, R. (2019). Prospectivity mapping for high sulfidation epithermal porphyry deposits using an integrated compositional and topographic remote sensing dataset. Ore Geology Reviews, 107, 353-363. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oregeorev.2019.02.029

© 2019 Elsevier B.V. The targeting and discovery of epithermal porphyry mineral deposits can be enhanced using a structured quantitative methodology to analyse the distribution of ore deposits and model their spatial association with exploration evid... Read More

The structure and entrainment characteristics of partially-confined gravity currents (2019)
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Kelly, R. W., Dorrell, R. M., Burns, A. D., & McCaffrey, W. D. (2019). The structure and entrainment characteristics of partially-confined gravity currents. Journal of geophysical research. C, Oceans, 124(3), 2110-2125. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JC014042

Seafloor channels are the main conduit for turbidity currents transporting sediment to the deep ocean and they can extend for thousands of kilometres along the ocean floor. Although it is common for channel‐traversing turbidity currents to spill onto... Read More

Landscape, territory and common rights in medieval East Yorkshire (2019)
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McDonagh, B. (in press). Landscape, territory and common rights in medieval East Yorkshire. Landscape History,

The paper examines issues of landscape, territory and common rights, with specific reference to the multi-township, multi-manor parish of Burton Agnes in the northeast Yorkshire Wolds. Burton was a territorial unit of considerable antiquity which sur... Read More

Materiality and the extended geographies of religion: the institutional design and everyday experiences of London's Wesleyan Methodist circuits, 1851–1932 (2019)
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Slatter, R. (2019). Materiality and the extended geographies of religion: the institutional design and everyday experiences of London's Wesleyan Methodist circuits, 1851–1932. Journal of Historical Geography, doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2019.01.001

Using and adapting the ideas of material religion, this paper considers Wesleyan Methodist circuits: the organisation of chapels within specific geographical areas into co-dependent communities. Interested in circuits as an example of the extension o... Read More

Review: Remembering Protest since 1500: Memory, Materiality and the Landscape, Carl J. Griffin, Briony McDonagh (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland (2018), xiv + 253 pages, £79.99 hardcover (2018)
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Awcock, H. (2019). Review: Remembering Protest since 1500: Memory, Materiality and the Landscape, Carl J. Griffin, Briony McDonagh (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland (2018), xiv + 253 pages, £79.99 hardcover. Journal of Historical Geography, 63, 116-117. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhg.2018.11.001

Constraining pollen-based estimates of forest cover in the Amazon: A simulation approach (2018)
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Whitney, B. S., Smallman, T. L., Mitchard, E. T., Carson, J. F., Mayle, F. E., & Bunting, M. J. (2019). Constraining pollen-based estimates of forest cover in the Amazon: A simulation approach. Holocene, 29(2), 262-270. doi:10.1177/0959683618810394

Pollen Dispersal and Deposition (PDD) modelling has been instrumental in reconstructing historical vegetation in temperate regions but its application has been limited in the tropics where there is greatest uncertainty in past land cover change. Here... Read More

Climate pioneership and leadership in structurally disadvantaged maritime port cities (2018)
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Wurzel, R. K., Moulton, J. F., Osthorst, W., Mederake, L., Deutz, P., & Jonas, A. E. (2019). Climate pioneership and leadership in structurally disadvantaged maritime port cities. Environmental Politics, 28(1), 146-166. doi:10.1080/09644016.2019.1522039

© 2018, © 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Innovative climate governance in small-to-medium-sized structurally disadvantaged cities (SDCs) are assessed. Considering their deeply ingrained severe economic and social proble... Read More

Quantifying and contextualising cyclone-driven, extreme flood magnitudes in bedrock-influenced dryland rivers (2018)
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Heritage, G., Entwistle, N., Milan, D., & Tooth, S. (2019). Quantifying and contextualising cyclone-driven, extreme flood magnitudes in bedrock-influenced dryland rivers. Advances in Water Resources, 123, 145-159. doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2018.11.006

In many drylands worldwide, rivers are subjected to episodic, extreme flood events and associated sediment stripping. These events may trigger transformations from mixed bedrock-alluvial channels characterised by high geomorphic and ecological diver... Read More

Materialities and historical geographies: an introduction (2018)
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Slatter, R. (2019). Materialities and historical geographies: an introduction. Area, 51(1), 2-6. doi:10.1111/area.12518

While (historical) geographers are now increasingly engaging with material things and approaches, there has been little debate about the role and place of material sources and methodologies within historical geography research. This special section o... Read More

Inflation of ponded, particulate laden density currents (2018)
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Dorrell, R. M., Patacci, M., & McCaffrey, W. D. (2018). Inflation of ponded, particulate laden density currents. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 88(11), 1276-1282. doi:10.2110/jsr.2018.65

Field-based, physical modeling and analytical research approaches currently suggest that topographically confined particle-laden density currents commonly inflate to produce suspension clouds that generate tabular and texturally homogeneous sedimenta... Read More

Wave ripple development on mixed clay-sand substrates: Effects of clay winnowing and armoring (2018)
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Wu, X., Baas, J. H., Parsons, D. R., Eggenhuisen, J., Amoudry, L., Cartigny, M., …Ruessink, G. (2018). Wave ripple development on mixed clay-sand substrates: Effects of clay winnowing and armoring. Journal of geophysical research. JGR. Earth surface, 123(11), 2784-2801. doi:10.1029/2018JF004681

Based on bed form experiments in a large‐scale flume, we demonstrate that the rate of development of wave ripples on a mixed sand‐clay bed under regular waves is significantly lower than on a pure‐sand bed, even at clay fractions as low as 4.2%, and... Read More