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  • RRS Discovery Cruise DY050, 18 Apr - 08 May 2016. Cruise to the Porcupine Abyssal Plain sustained observatory.

    Stinchcombe, M.; et al, . (2017)
    The Porcupine Abyssal Plain Observatory is a sustained, multidisciplinary observatory in the North Atlantic coordinated by the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. For over 20 years the observatory has provided key time-series datasets for analysing the effect of climate change on the open ocean and deep-sea ecosystems. More information on PAP can be found in NOC’s website at: http://projects.noc.ac.uk/pap/ where the most current data can be found: http://projects.noc.ac.uk/pap/pap-...

    Inversion and exhumation of the St. George's Channel Basin, offshore Wales, UK

    Williams, Gareth A.; Turner, Jonathan P.; Holford, Simon P. (2005)
    The western UK basins of the Irish Sea have provided one of the best natural laboratories for investigating the causes and consequences of intracratonic uplift and erosion (exhumation). To date, the emphasis has been on igneous underplating as the chief process driving their exhumation. In this paper, we demonstrate that tectonic inversion (the shortening of formerly extensional basins and reactivation of their constituent faults) dominated the exhumation of the St. George's Channel basin, of...

    Guidance on how to identify impacts of hydromorphological degradation on riparian ecosystems. Deliverable 3.4 of REFORM (REstoring rivers FOR effective catchment Management), a collaborative project (large-scale integrating project) funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Grant Agreement 282656

    Baattrup-Pedersen, Annette; Andrews, Christopher; Belletti, Barbara; Campana, Daniela; Carlson, Peter E.; Chapman, Dan S.; Chormaski, Jaroslaw; Comiti, Francesco; Garcia de Jalon, Diego; Gonzalez del Tanago, Marta; Gray, Alan; Ives, Stephen C.; Johnson, Richard K.; Kiczko, Adam; Kjeldsen, Thomas R.;... (2015)
    The aim of this deliverable is to address the impact of hydromorphological degradation on floodplain and riparian ecosystems, with specific focus on vegetation, fish and invertebrate responses and to provide guidance on how to identify those impacts.

    Limestone landscapes : a geodiversity audit and action plan for the Durham Magnesian Limestone Plateau

    Lawrence, D.J.D. (2009)
    This study of geodiversity has been carried out with the needs of the Limestone Landscapes Partnership in mind. It describes the most important features of geodiversity in the area and brings together details of existing geodioversity sites. It also discusses geodiversity interest at other nature sites, suggests links between them, provides pointers to the most important literature and ancillary information and aims to give inspiration for development and integration at all levels. This s...
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