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Combating Social Disadvantage in Social Housing Estates:The policy implications of a ten-year follow-up study .
(Combat Poverty Agency, The Poverty Research Initiative., 2011-02)
Urban specialisation complementarity and spatial development strategies on the island of Ireland.
(Institute of Public Administration, 2013)
Complementarity is one of the key concepts underlying the spatial development strategies introduced on the island of Ireland a decade ago. While neither Northern Ireland’s Regional Development Strategy nor Ireland’s ...
(Pluto Press, 2007)
Regional and local development in Ireland – the potential of LEADER partnerships to provide municipal government
(Lex Localis- Institute of local government and public procurement Maribor., 2009)
Emerging economic and social challenges prompted EU and national authorities to initiate and support localised or area-based partnership approaches to development. Such approaches involve enabling representatives froth the ...
Introduction in Competitiveness Innovation and Regional Development in Ireland
(The regional Studies Association, 1997)
The Introduction written by the Editor's Des McCafferty and James Walsh, in Competitiveness Innovation and Regional Development in Ireland
Supporting enterprise development in rural areas
There are many types of rural areas – each with their own distinctive development needs and resource potentials. Consequently, enterprise development strategies need to avoid a ‘one size fits all approach,’ and must take ...
The palaeolimnology of Lough Murree, a brackish lake in The Burren, Ireland
(Royal Irish Academy, 2013)
Lough Murree, a rock/karst barrier lagoon, is superficially isolated from the sea and seasonal variations in lake water level reflect precipitation and groundwater variation. Lake salinity influenced by subsurface saline ...
Natural capital: an inventory of Irish lakes
(Geographical Society of Ireland, 2018)
Lakes are important components of our landscape and along with networks of rivers and streams provide a range of important ecosystem services and natural capital. Estimates of lake numbers, particularly small lakes, have ...
Non-mineralised discoidal fossils from the Ordovician Bardahessiagh formation, Co. Tyrone, Ireland
(Royal Irish Academy, 2010)
Four non-mineralised fossils from the Ordovician Bardahessiagh Formation, near Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone, have been examined for the first time following their recovery from a temporary trench dug in 1992, and are here described ...