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Sub-Recent Changes in Annual Average Water Level in the Shannon Estuary, Western Ireland
(Journal of Coastal Research, 2006)
This paper describes results to date on work to reconstruct the pattern of sub-recent water level changes within the Shannon Estuary, western Ireland. The main database for the study covers the period 1949 to 2002, and ...
Late Quaternary Coastal Change in West Cornwall, UK
(Environmental Research Center, Department of Geography, University of Durham, 1996)
The Lithostraitigraphy and Biostratigraphy of a Holocene Coastal Sediment Sequence in Marazion Marsh, West Cornwall, U.K. with reference to relative Sea-Level Movements.
A Holocene sedimentary sequence at Marazion Marsh, Mount's Bay, west Cornwall, U.K. is examined with reference to coastal evolution and relative sea-level change. A sample core analyzed in this paper shows the base of the ...
European Coastal Management: An Introduction
(Samara Publishing Ltd, 1995)
Future European coastal management will require the breadth of perspective and the range of skills necessary to evaluate, integrate and incorporate existing and developing knowledge of coastal systems for the benefit of ...
Research Capacity Building for Development: Resources for Higher Education Institutions.
(TSO Ireland., 2010)
Research Capacity Building for Development may be defined as the planned improvement of the capacity and competency of the Higher Education sector to conduct research that contributes to the alleviation of poverty. The ...
The reclamation of the Shannon Estuary inter-tidal flats: A case study of the Clare Slobland Reclamation Company.
(The Geographical Society of Ireland, 2005)
Extensive reclamation of the sloblands in the Shannon estuary have been under- taken over hundreds of years but particularly in the mid to late 1800s. There is extensive documentary evidence of the various reclamation ...
Metalliferous Mine Waste in West Cornwall: The Implications for Coastal Management
(Samara Publishing Ltd, 1996)
Metalliferous mining has taken place in Cornwall since the Bronze Age. Copper production in southwest England peaked at 15,255 tonnes of metal in 1860, while c. 12,794 tonnes of tin metal represented its peak production ...