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  • A PALAEOMAGNETIC STUDY OF CRUSTAL ROTATIONS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE TECTONICS OF THE ATACAMA AND DOMEYKO FAULT SYSTEMS, NORTHERN CHILE

    RANDALL, DARREN EDWARD (1996)
    A total of 178 sites have been collected for palaeomagnetic analysis from within two strike-slip fault systems in northern Chile (25.4°S - 26.4°S); the Atacama Fault System in the Coastal Cordillera, and the Domeyko Fault System in the Andean pre-Cordillera. In the Coastal Cordillera, analysis of Middle Jurassic lavas (La Negra Formation) and Middle Jurassic to Early Cretaceous dyke swarms reveal a consistent clockwise rotation of approximately 42°. The remanence from the La ...

    THE ECOLOGICAL CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF PREY CHOICE AND ONTOGENETIC NICHE SHIFTS IN THE COMMON GOBY

    Jackson, Angus Charles (2004)
    Foraging behaviour of the common goby, Pomatoschistus microps was investigated in both the United Kingdom and Sweden, with the aim of establishing causes and consequences of prey choice and ontogenetic shifts in diet. Goby life-cycle could be clearly divided into two stages, where prey choice changed abruptly from meio- to macrofauna at a standard length of 30 mm. This diet-shift maximised net energy intake rates, as illustrated by a quantitatively validated optimal foraging mo...

    VARIATION IN POD WETTABILITY AND PERMEABILITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVING SPOILAGE CHARACTERISTICS IN THE DRIED PEA (Pisum sativum L.) CROP

    MILES, SIMON NICHOLAS (1993)
    This investigation was designed to determine some of the causes of spoilage in the pea crop. It was found that physiological and morphological characteristics of the pods were related to degrees of spoilage experienced by a range of varieties. This included the amount and configuration of epicuticular waxes affecting pod surface wettabilities which, together with total pod wall and parchment layer thicknesses, all contributed to high rates of water uptake and water contents ...

    Women and the Violent Workplace

    Beckett, Sharon Elizabeth (2015)
    Globally workplace violence is a pressing concern. It is an ever increasing problem and thus an extensive field to research. Despite an increase in interest, there are specific areas of workplace violence that remain relatively unexplored, and this is further compounded because workplace violence is not clearly defined and neither is it readily understood (Dolan 2000, Webster et al 2007). Women’s experiences of workplace violence have been overlooked, primarily because women exist within a...
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