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Landscape, territory and common rights in medieval East Yorkshire (2019)
Journal Article
(2019). Landscape, territory and common rights in medieval East Yorkshire. Landscape History, 40(2), 77-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/01433768.2020.1676043

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 about Landscape, territory and common rights in medieval East Yorkshire.

Novel methods of estimating relative pollen productivity; a key parameter for reconstruction of past land cover from pollen records (2019)
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Fang, Y., Ma, C., & Bunting, M. J. (in press). Novel methods of estimating relative pollen productivity; a key parameter for reconstruction of past land cover from pollen records. Progress in physical geography, 030913331986180. https://doi.org/10.1177/0309133319861808

Reconstructing land cover from pollen data using mathematical models of the relationship between them has the potential to translate the many thousand pollen records produced over the last 100 years (over 2300 radiocarbon-dated pollen records exist... Read More about Novel methods of estimating relative pollen productivity; a key parameter for reconstruction of past land cover from pollen records.

Controls on the Formation of Microbially-Induced Sedimentary Structures and Biotic Recovery in the Lower Triassic of Arctic Canada (2019)
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Wignall, P., Bond, D., Grasby, S., Pruss, S., & Peakall, J. (in press). Controls on the Formation of Microbially-Induced Sedimentary Structures and Biotic Recovery in the Lower Triassic of Arctic Canada. Geological Society of America Bulletin, https://doi.org/10.1130/B35229.1

Microbially-induced sedimentary structures (MISS) are reportedly widespread in the Early Triassic and their occurrence is attributed to either the extinction of marine grazers (allowing mat preservation) during the Permo-Triassic mass extinction or t... Read More about Controls on the Formation of Microbially-Induced Sedimentary Structures and Biotic Recovery in the Lower Triassic of Arctic Canada.

Constructed wetlands for steel slag leachate management: Partitioning of arsenic, chromium, and vanadium in waters, sediments, and plants (2019)
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Mayes, W. M., Gomes, H. I., Gomes, H., Mayes, W., Whitby, P., & Rogerson, M. (2019). Constructed wetlands for steel slag leachate management: Partitioning of arsenic, chromium, and vanadium in waters, sediments, and plants. Journal of environmental management, 243, 30-38. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2019.04.127

© 2019 The Authors 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 s... Read More about Constructed wetlands for steel slag leachate management: Partitioning of arsenic, chromium, and vanadium in waters, sediments, and plants.

Beyond resistance: geographies of divergent more-than-human conduct in robotic milking (2019)
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Holloway, L., & Bear, C. (2019). Beyond resistance: geographies of divergent more-than-human conduct in robotic milking. Geoforum, 104, 212-221. 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 about Beyond resistance: geographies of divergent more-than-human conduct in robotic milking.

Quantifying faulting and base level controls on syn-rift sedimentation using stratigraphic architectures of coeval, adjacent Early-Middle Pleistocene fan deltas in Lake Corinth, Greece (2019)
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Barrett, B. J., Collier, R. E., Hodgson, D. M., Gawthorpe, R. L., Dorrell, R. M., & Cullen, T. M. (in press). Quantifying faulting and base level controls on syn-rift sedimentation using stratigraphic architectures of coeval, adjacent Early-Middle Pleistocene fan deltas in Lake Corinth, Greece. Basin Research, https://doi.org/10.1111/bre.12356

Quantification of allogenic controls in rift basin‐fills requires analysis of multiple depositional systems because of marked along‐strike changes in depositional architecture. Here, we compare two coeval Early‐Middle Pleistocene syn‐rift fan deltas... Read More about Quantifying faulting and base level controls on syn-rift sedimentation using stratigraphic architectures of coeval, adjacent Early-Middle Pleistocene fan deltas in Lake Corinth, Greece.

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. (2019). More than Bricks and Mortar: female property ownership as economic strategy in Mid-Nineteenth Century urban England. Urban history, 46(4), 695-721. 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 about More than Bricks and Mortar: female property ownership as economic strategy in Mid-Nineteenth Century urban England.

Young people's daily mobilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Moving young lives (2017)
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Porter, G., Hampshire, K., Abane, A., Munthali, A., Robson, E., & Mashiri, M. (2017). Young people's daily mobilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Moving young lives. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-45431-7

This book explores the daily mobilities and immobilities of children and young people in sub-Saharan Africa. The authors draw on findings from rural and urban field research extending over many years, culminating in a 24-site study across three Afric... Read More about Young people's daily mobilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Moving young lives.

A General Model for the Helical Structure of Geophysical Flows in Channel Bends (2017)
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Azpiroz-Zabala, M., Cartigny, M. J. B., Sumner, E. J., Clare, M. A., Talling, P. J., Parsons, D. R., & Cooper, C. (2017). A General Model for the Helical Structure of Geophysical Flows in Channel Bends. Geophysical research letters, 44(23), 11,932-11,941. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017gl075721

Meandering channels formed by geophysical flows (e.g., rivers and seafloor turbidity currents) include the most extensive sediment transport systems on Earth. Previous measurements from rivers show how helical flow at meander bends plays a key role i... Read More about A General Model for the Helical Structure of Geophysical Flows in Channel Bends.

Sustainable rice cultivation in the deep flooded zones of the Vietnamese Mekong Delta (2017)
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Chapman, A., Darby, S., Tompkins, E., Hackney, C., Leyland, J., Van, P. D. T., …Nicholas, A. (2017). Sustainable rice cultivation in the deep flooded zones of the Vietnamese Mekong Delta. Vietnam Journal of Science, Technology and Engineering, 59(2), 34-38. https://doi.org/10.31276/VJSTE.59%282%29.34

This paper explains how the management of the full-dyke system in the deep flooded zones of the Vietnamese Mekong Delta affects rice cultivation, and outlines how alternative dyke management strategies could offer more sustainable adaptations in the... Read More about Sustainable rice cultivation in the deep flooded zones of the Vietnamese Mekong Delta.

Hull: Culture, History, Place (2017)
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Starkey, D., Atkinson, D., McDonagh, B., McKeon, S., & Salter, E. (Eds.). (2017). Hull: Culture, History, Place. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press

From its earliest origins to the twenty-first century, Hull is a city that has been continually shaped by flows of people, commodities, ideas and trade. The result is a distinctive city with a longstanding, varied, proud and often remarkable history.... Read More about Hull: Culture, History, Place.

Trauma, resilience and utopianism in Second World War Hull (2017)
Book Chapter
Atkinson, D. (2017). Trauma, resilience and utopianism in Second World War Hull. In D. Starkey, D. Atkinson, B. McDonagh, E. Salter, & S. McKeon (Eds.), Hull: culture, history, place, (238-269). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press

Turf wars : conflict and cooperation in the management of Wallingfen (East Yorkshire), 1281-1781 (2016)
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Crouch, D., & McDonagh, B. (2016). Turf wars : conflict and cooperation in the management of Wallingfen (East Yorkshire), 1281-1781. The Agricultural history review, 64(2), 133-156

This paper explores the origins and management of Wallingfen, a large tract of waterlogged marshes and carrs near Howden in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Subject to annual flooding throughout much of its history, the area was utilized by the surround... Read More about Turf wars : conflict and cooperation in the management of Wallingfen (East Yorkshire), 1281-1781.

Mobile transitions : exploring synergies for urban sustainability research (2015)
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Affolderbach, J., & Schulz, C. (2016). Mobile transitions : exploring synergies for urban sustainability research. Urban studies, 53(9), 1942-1957. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098015583784

Urban sustainability approaches focusing on a wide range of topics such as infrastructure and mobility, green construction and neighbourhood planning, or urban nature and green amenities have attracted scholarly interest for over three decades. Recen... Read More about Mobile transitions : exploring synergies for urban sustainability research.

Hydrodynamics of fossil fishes (2014)
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Fletcher, T., Altringham, J., Peakall, J., Wignall, P., & Dorrell, R. (2014). Hydrodynamics of fossil fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 281(1788), 20140703-20140703. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2014.0703

From their earliest origins, fishes have developed a suite of adaptations for locomotion in water, which determine performance and ultimately fitness. Even without data from behaviour, soft tissue and extant relatives, it is possible to infer a wealt... Read More about Hydrodynamics of fossil fishes.

The competition state, city-regions, and the territorial politics of growth facilitation (2013)
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While, A., Gibbs, D., & Jonas, A. E. G. (2013). The competition state, city-regions, and the territorial politics of growth facilitation. Environment & planning. A, 45(10), 2379-2398. https://doi.org/10.1068/a45210

As urban centres of agglomeration expand and compete for investment, new demands may arise for additional housing, infrastructure, and services. Failure to meet these demands imposes costs on firms and workers, stifles expansion, and potentially comp... Read More about The competition state, city-regions, and the territorial politics of growth facilitation.

Moving young lives: Mobility, immobility and inter-generational tensions in urban Africa (2010)
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Porter, G., Hampshire, K., Abane, A., Robson, E., Munthali, A., Mashiri, M., & Tanle, A. (2010). Moving young lives: Mobility, immobility and inter-generational tensions in urban Africa. Geoforum, 41(5), 796-804. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2010.05.001

This paper explores young people's experiences and perceptions of mobility and mobility constraints in poorer urban areas of Ghana, Malawi and South Africa within the specific context of inter-generational relations. Drawing principally on qualitativ... Read More about Moving young lives: Mobility, immobility and inter-generational tensions in urban Africa.