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2007 82,000-year-old shell beads from North Africa and implications for the origins of modern human behaviorBouzouggar, Abdeljalil; Barton, Nick; Vanhaeren, Marian; d'Errico, Francesco; Collcutt, Simon; Higham, Tom; Hodge, Edward; Parfitt, Simon; Rhodes, Edward; Schwenninger, Jean-Luc; Stringer, Chris; Turner, Elaine; Ward, Steven; Moutmir, Abdelkrim; Stambouli, Abdelhamid
Mar-2004 The applicability of the shallow water equations for modelling violent wave overtoppingShiach, Jon B.; Mingham, Clive G.; Ingram, David M.; Bruce, Thomas
Aug-2005 Aviation radiative forcing in 2000: an update on IPCC (1999)Sausen, Robert; Isaksen, Ivar; Grewe, Volker; Hauglustaine, Didier; Lee, David S.; Myhre, Gunnar; Köhler, Marcus O.; Pitari, Giovanni; Schumann, Ulrich; Stordal, Frode; Zerefos, Christos
Jul-2008 Carbon dioxide fluxes from cyanobacteria crusted soils in the KalahariThomas, Andrew D.; Hoon, Steve R.; Linton, Patricia E.
May-2001 Correlates of extinction risk of birds from two Indonesian islandsMarsden, Stuart; Jones, Martin J.; Sullivan, Matthew S.; Linsley, Mark D.
May-2005 Cyanobacterial soil crusts and woody shrub canopies in Kalahari rangelandsBerkeley, Andrew; Thomas, Andrew D.; Dougill, Andrew J.
Jun-2008 Differences in soil enzyme activities, microbial community structure and short-term nitrogen mineralisation resulting from farm management history and organic matter amendmentsStark, Christine H.E.; Condron, Leo M.; O'Callaghan, Maureen; Stewart, Alison; Di, Hong Jie
Jan-2006 Distribution and characteristics of cyanobacterial soil crusts in the Molopo Basin, South AfricaThomas, Andrew D.; Dougill, Andrew J.
2006 Effects of past and current crop management on soil microbial biomass and activityStark, Christine H.E.; Condron, Leo M.; Stewart, Alison; Di, Hong Jie; O'Callaghan, Maureen
2001 A field-based approach to integrating catchment and river channel processesChappell, Adrian; Heritage, George L.; Thomas, Andrew D.
2010 Flying into the future: aviation emissions scenarios to 2050Owen, Bethan; Lee, David S.; Lim, Ling L.
2009 Glacier volume response time and its links to climate and topography based on a conceptual model of glacier hypsometryRaper, Sarah C. B.; Braithwaite, Roger J.
2005 A global-local artificial neural network with application to wave overtopping predictionWedge, David C.; Ingram, David M.; McLean, David A.; Mingham, Clive G.; Bandar, Zuhair A.
2008 The implications for dust emission modeling of spatial and vertical variations in horizontal dust flux and particle size in the Bodélé Depression, Northern ChadChappell, Adrian; Warren, Andrew; O'Donoghue, Alice; Robinson, Andrea; Thomas, Andrew D.; Bristow, Charlie
Jan-2007 Influence of organic and mineral amendments on soil microbial properties and processesStark, Christine H.E.; Condron, Leo M.; Stewart, Alison; Di, Hong Jie; O'Callaghan, Maureen
May-2007 Institutional bias and the degree class systemHeritage, George L.; Thomas, Andrew D.
Aug-2005 Is there a trend in cirrus cloud cover due to aircraft traffic?Lee, David S.; Stordal, Frode; Myhre, Gunnar; Stordal, E. J.; Rossow, W. B.; Arlander, D. W.; Svendby, T.
7-Jun-2004 Kalahari sand soils: spatial heterogeneity, biological soil crusts and land degradationDougill, Andrew J.; Thomas, Andrew D.
Nov-2007 Microbial communities in long-term heavy metal contaminated ombrotrophic peatsLinton, Patricia E.; Shotbolt, Laura A.; Thomas, Andrew D.
Aug-2001 Modelling acidic deposition in the United Kingdom at a scale of 5km x 5kmRaper, David W.; Driejana, D.; Lee, David S.; Kingdon, R. D.
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