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The BASES expert statement on exercise training for people with intermittent claudication due to peripheral arterial disease (2018)
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Tew, G., Harwood, A., Ingle, L., Chetter, I., & Doherty, P. (2018). The BASES expert statement on exercise training for people with intermittent claudication due to peripheral arterial disease. Leeds: British Association of Sports & Exercise Science

Lower-limb peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a type of cardiovascular disease in which the blood vessels (arteries) that carry blood to the legs and feet are hardened and narrowed or blocked by the build-up of fatty plaques (called atheroma). It a... Read More

Follow on to the development of spatial models of essential fish habitat for the South Inshore and Offshore Marine Plan Areas (2016)
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Franco, A., & Shona, T. (2016). Follow on to the development of spatial models of essential fish habitat for the South Inshore and Offshore Marine Plan Areas. UK: Marine Management Organisation

The ability to spatially locate resources in the marine environment with confidence and at high resolution is central to marine planning and required to manage anthropogenic activities for a sustainable integrated use of the sea. Essential fish habit... Read More

Spatial models of essential fish habitat (South Inshore and Offshore marine plan areas) (2013)
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Franco, A., Thomson, S., Bathia, N., & Barnard, S. (2013). Spatial models of essential fish habitat (South Inshore and Offshore marine plan areas). UK: Marine Management Organisation

The aim of the project was to improve the spatial resolution of data on essential fish habitats for key fish species (both of commercial and ecological relevance) in the South Inshore and South Offshore marine plan areas, and to assess the relative v... Read More

Is ‘minimising the footprint’ an effective intervention to maximise the recovery of intertidal sediments from disturbance? Phase 1: Literature review (2013)
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Smyth, K., & Mazik, K. (2013). Is ‘minimising the footprint’ an effective intervention to maximise the recovery of intertidal sediments from disturbance? Phase 1: Literature review. England: Natural England

Intertidal sediment habitats and the communities they support can be subject to significant physical disturbance resulting from both natural processes and anthropogenic activities (e.g. intertidal fishing activities, construction work and recreationa... Read More