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Annual Report 1997: Publications and Research Interests

Annual Report 1997: Publications and Research Interests


Academic Staff 1997

W.M. ADAMS, M.Sc., PhD., University Lecturer, Fellow of Downing College

Bill Adams works chiefly on relationships between society and environment, particularly on environmental conservation in the U.K., and on resource use and common property management systems in African agriculture.

  • Adams, W.M. (1997) ‘Rationalization and conservation: ecology and the management of nature in the United Kingdom.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS. 22: 277-291
  • Adams, W.M. and Megaw, C.C. (1997) ‘Researchers and the rural poor: asking questions in the Third World.’ Journal of Geography in Higher Education 21: 215-229
  • Adams, W.M. and Mortimore, M. (1997) ‘Agricultural intensification and flexibility in the Nigerian Sahel.’ Geographical Journal 163: 150-160
  • Adams, W.M. and Mortimore, M. (1997) ‘Environmental security in the Nigerian Sahel.’ Development Research Insights 21 March 1997
  • Adams, W.M. and Mortimore, M. (1997) ‘Soils, crops and livelihoods in north-east Nigeria.’ Haramata: bulletin of the drylands 31 (IIED Drylands Network)
  • Adams, W.M., Watson, E.E. and Mutiso, S.K. (1997) ‘Water, rules and gender: water rights in an indigenous irrigation system, Marakwet, Kenya.’ Development and Change 28: 707-730

N.S. ARNOLD, M.A., Ph.D., University Assistant Lecturer (in association with the Scott Polar Research Institute)

Neil Arnold has research interests in glaciological modelling, at the scales of both the growth and decay of Quaternary ice sheets, and the hydrological coupling of daily and seasonal melt production and runoff in valley glaciers.

B.W. BACHE, M.A., C.Chem., F.R.S.C., University Lecturer, Fellow of St Edmund's College

Bryon Bache is an environmental chemist whose research interests focus on environmental problems, particularly acid rain interactions with soils, and nutrient cycling in tropical agroforestry.

A.R.H. BAKER, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Emmanuel College

An historical geographer, Alan Baker has research interests which focus on the changing society, economy, culture and landscape of France (especially the middle Loire valley) during the nineteenth century.

  • Baker, A.R.H. (1997) ‘“The dead don’t answer questionnaires”: researching and writing historical geography.’ Journal of Geography in Higher Education 21: 231-243
  • Baker, A.R.H. (1997) ‘Historical novels and historical geography.’ Area 29: 269-273

T.P. BAYLISS-SMITH, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of St John's College

Tim Bayliss-Smith's interests range from biogeography to development studies, with a focus on resource management in tropical rain forests, coastal environments, atolls and tropical mountains.

  • Bayliss-Smith, T.P. (1997) ‘From taro garden to golf course? the rise and fall of landesque capital in the Pacific islands.’ in: B. Burt and C. Clerk (eds.) Environment and development in the Pacific islands Canberra: National Centre for Development Studies, Australian National University: University of Papua New Guinea Press, 143-170

R.J. BENNETT, M.A., Ph.D., FBA, Professor of Geography, Leverhulme Research Professor

An analytical economic geographer with interests in business management and public policy, with a particular focus on the agencies involved in regional and local economic development.

  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘Trade associations: new challenges, new logic?’ in Bennett, R.J. (ed.) Trade Associations in Britain and Germany: responding to internationalisation and the EU. London and Bonn: Anglo-German Foundation, 1-11
  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘Trade associations: Britain and Germany compared.’ in Bennett, R.J. (ed.) Trade Associations in Britain and Germany: responding to internationalisation and the EU. London and Bonn: Anglo-German Foundation, 12-22
  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘The relations between government and business associations in Britain: an evaluation of recent developments. Policy Studies 18: 5-33
  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘The impact of European economic integration on business associations: the UK case.’ West European Politics 20(3): 61-90
  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘Administrative systems and economic spaces.’ Regional Studies 31(3): 323-336
  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘Improving the economic and social environment for startups and SMEs: the case of Britain.’ in B. Lageman, H. Voelzkow and B. von Rosenblat (eds) Möglichkeiten zur Verbesserung des wirtschafts - und gesellschaftspolitischen Umfeldes für Existenzgründer und kleine und miilere Unternehmen - Wege zu einer neuen Kultur der Selbständigkeit. Köln: Max-Planck Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 9-52
  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘Local government in post-Socialist cities.’ Discussion Paper No. 2, Local Government and Public Services Reform Initiative (LGI), Budapest: Open Society Institute and Central European University, 42pp
  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘SMEs, Business Associations and their potential contribution to business competitiveness.’ Generating Growth, Proceedings of 20th International Small Business Affairs Conference, Belfast, 1, 61-90
  • Bennett, R.J. (1997) ‘TECs under scrutiny’. Personnel Management 3(18), 11 September 1997, 23

A.D. CLIFF, M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.B.A., Professor of Theoretical Geography, Fellow of Christ's College

Andrew Cliff’s interests focus upon statistical and mathematical modelling of spatial processes, and their application to problems in location theory and spatial diffusion, particularly in epidemiology.

  • Cliff, A.D. and Haggett, P. (1997) ‘Global trends in communicable disease control.’ in: N. Noah and M. O’Mahony (eds.) Communicable disease: epidemiology and control Chichester: Wiley, 3-45
  • Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Martin, R.L. (1997) ‘Michael Chisholm: an appreciation.’ Regional Studies 31: 203-210 [in a jointly edited special issue of 10 papers to mark the retirement of M.D.I. Chisholm Regional Studies 31: 203-349]
  • Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P., Smallman Raynor, M.R., Stroup, D.F. and Williamson, G.D. (1997) ‘The value of long-term records in public health surveillance systems.’ Journal of Public Health Medicine 19: 76-84
  • Cliff, A.D. and Logan, J.D. (1997) ‘A structural time series approach to forecasting the space-time incidence of infectious diseases: post-war measles elimination programmes in the United States and Iceland.’ in: M.M.Fischer and A. Getis (eds.) Recent developments in spatial analysis: spatial statistics, behavioural modelling and computational intelligence. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 101-127

S.E. CORBRIDGE, B.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Sidney Sussex College

Stuart Corbridge is a human geographer, whose main research interests lie within the Indian sub-continent, focusing especially on the new agrarian politics which pit rural India against urban India, and on forest management. He also works in the broad fields of development studies and international political economy.

  • Corbridge, S.E. (1997) ‘Maximizing entropy?: new geopolitical orders and the internationalization of business.’ in: J. Agnew (ed.) Political geography: a reader London: Edward Arnold, 122-140
  • Corbridge, S.E. (1997) ‘Uneven development: new geopolitical orders and the internationalization of capital.’ in: R. Dikshit (ed.) Developments in political geography: a century of progress. New Delhi: Sage, 289-317
  • Corbridge, S.E. (1997) ‘India 1947 - 1997: editor’s introduction.’ Environment and Planning A 29(12): 2091-2098
  • Corbridge, S.E. (1997) ‘“The merchants drink our blood”: peasant politics and farmers’ movements in post-Green Revolution India.’ Political Geography 16(5): 423-434
  • Corbridge, S.E. and Jewitt, S. (1997) ‘From forest struggles to forest citizens?: joint forest management in the unquiet woods of India’s Jharkand.’ Environment and Planning A 29(12): 2145-2164
  • Corbridge, S., Rew, A. and Jones, S. (1997) 'A review of literature for the Eastern India Rainfed Farming Project.' Report for the Government of India and UK Government Department for International Development, 90p

B.J. DEVEREUX, M.A., Ph.D., Computer Officer, Member of Sidney Sussex College

Bernard Devereux is interested in the application of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) to environmental problems, with special reference to computational methods.

  • Devereux, B.J., Costa Posada, C. and Amable, G. (1997) ‘Land cover and hydrology of the Messara catchment, Crete.’ Observations and Interactions - Proceedings of the 23rd annual conference of the Remote Sensing Society, 243-248
  • Devereux, B.J., Roy, D., Grainger, B. and White, S. (1997) ‘Parametric geometric correction of airborne thematic mapper imagery.’ International Journal of Remote Sensing 9:1865-1888
  • Devereux, B.J., Smith, G., Fuller, R., Amable, G. and Costa Posada, C. (1997) ‘Clever mapping: an implementation of a Per-Parcel Classification Procedure within an integrated GIS environment.’ Observations and Interactions - Proceedings of the 23rd annual conference of the Remote Sensing Society, 21-28

J.S. DUNCAN, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Emmanuel College

A cultural geographer, Jim Duncan's research interests are in India, Sri Lanka, Canada and the United States, exploring the role which landscapes play in the construction of social and political identities.

  • Duncan, J.S. (1997) ‘The Kandyan kingdom and me: or, how I discovered the new cultural geography in eighteenth century Ceylon.’ in: I. Limstrand (ed.) The research process: the researcher’s tasks, role, experiences. Trondheim: University of Trondheim, 1-8
  • Duncan, J.S. (1997) ‘The spaces of everyday life: domination and resistance in nineteenth century Ceylonese coffee plantations.’ in: I. Limstrand (ed.) The research process: the researcher’s tasks, role, experiences. Trondheim: University of Trondheim, 9-19
  • Duncan, J.S. and Cosgrove, D. (1997) ‘Editorial: the appointment of a new North American editor.’ Ecumene 4:1-2
  • Duncan, J.S. and Duncan, N. (1997) ‘The aestheticisation of politics in a suburban town.’ in: I. Limstrand (ed.) The research process: the researcher’s tasks, role, experiences. Trondheim: University of Trondheim, 20-44
  • Duncan, J.S. and Duncan, N. (1997) ‘Deep suburban irony.’ in: R. Silverstone (ed.) Visions of suburbia London: Routledge, 161-179

P.L. GIBBARD, B.Sc., Ph.D., DOS., University Lecturer

Phil Gibbard is a Quaternary geologist whose interests include Pleistocene geology, sedimentation and stratigraphy, using multi-disciplinary methods to establish the changing palaeogeography of Britain and north-west Europe.

  • Field, M.H., Gibbard, P.L. and Brandon, A. (1997) ‘The first record of Larix from the British Pleistocene.’ Geological Magazine 134: 317-322.
  • Gibbard, P.L. (1997) ‘Problems in the Weichselian (Devensian) stratigraphy of lowland Britain.’ in: J. Satkunas & A.-M. Robertsson (eds) Correlation of stratigraphic events of Upper Pleistocene in Central and peripheral parts of the Last Glaciation. Abstract and excursion guide of the international workshop in Lithuania, October 3-6, 1996. Vilnius: Geological Survey of Lithuania, 16-17

R.E. GLASSCOCK, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of St John's College

Robin Glasscock is an historical geographer whose research interests lie in medieval Britain and Ireland, especially rural settlement, taxation and the distribution of wealth, agriculture and the economy.

P.M. GRAY, M.A., University Assistant Lecturer, Fellow of Girton College

Patricia (Mia) Gray is an economic geographer whose research focuses on locational influences on high-technology industries (particularly biotechnology and pharmaceuticals), and their role in relative regional economic performance.

  • Fainstein, S. and M. Gray (1997) ‘Economic development strategies for the inner city: the need for governmental intervention.’ Journal of Black Political Economy. 24(2-3): 29-38.

P.M.R. HOWELL, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Downing College

An historical geographer, Philip Howell's research interests are primarily in nineteenth-century Britain (working class political organisation), but encompassing aspects of political and cultural geography.

A.C. HUDSON, B.Sc., Joint Assistant Lecturer, Fellow of Fitzwilliam College

Alan Hudson is a human geographer with research interests in issues of globalization, sovereignty and governance in the spheres of finance, trade and North-South relations.

  • Crang, M., Hudson, A., Reimer, S. and Hinchliffe, S. (1997) ‘Software for qualitative research: a prospectus and overview.’ Environment and Planning A. 29: 771-787.
  • Hinchliffe, S., Crang, M., Reimer, S. and Hudson, A. (1997) ‘Computers and textual analysis: some thoughts on 'aiding' analysis.’ Environment and Planning A. 29: 1109-1124.

G. KEARNS, M.A., Ph.D, University Lecturer, Fellow of Jesus College

Gerry Kearns is a historical geographer with interests at the intersection amongst demography, medical geography, and the historical geography of cities.

  • Kearns, G. (1997) ‘The imperial subject: geography and travel on the work of Mary Kingsley and Halford Mackinder.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 22: 450-472

D.E. KEEBLE, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of St Catharine's College, Assistant Director, ESRC Centre for Business Research

An economic geographer, David Keeble's interests are in industrial, economic and urban geography, especially industrial location dynamics and regional economic restructuring in Britain and the European Union.

  • Keeble, D.E. (1997) ‘Small firms, innovation and regional development in Britain in the 1990s.’ Regional Studies 31(3): 281-293 [also published as Working paper 42. ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 1996]
  • Keeble, D.E. (1997) Local industrial development and dymnamics: the East Anglian case study. Report to the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences IVA. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 47pp
  • Keeble, D.E. (1997) ‘The influence of the rural milieu on enterprise creation.’ in: Policies for enterprise creation in rural areas. Paris: OECD Territorial Development Service, 29pp
  • Keeble, D.E. and Athreye, S. (1997) Technological convergence, globalisation and ownership in the UK computer industry. Working paper 67. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 57pp
  • Keeble, D.E., Bryson, J.R. and Wood, P. (1997) ‘The creation and growth of small business service firms in post-industrial Britain.’ Small Business Economics 19(4): 345-360
  • Keeble, D.E. and Lawson, C. (eds.) (1997) The role and importance of local university/research institute linkages in the development of successful RTD by technology-intensive regionally-clustered SMEs: report on presentations and discussions. from the Munich Network meeting on networks, collective learning and RTD in regionally-clustered high-technology SMEs. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research , University of Cambridge, 131pp
  • Keeble, D.E., Lawson, C. (et al.) (1997) ‘Internationalization process, networking and local embeddedness in technology-intensive small firms.’ in: M. Ram, D. Deakiins and D. Smallbnone (eds.) Small firms: enterprising futures London: Paul Chapman, ch.6 [also published as working paper 53. ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge.]
  • Keeble, D.E. and Moore, B. (1997) ‘University and technology-intensive SME research collaboration, spin-offs and recruitment in the Cambridge region.’ in: Keeble, D.E. and C. Lawson (eds.) The role and importance of local university/research institute linkages in the development of successful RTD by technology-intensive regionally-clustered SMEs: report on presentations and discussions. from the Munich Network meeting on networks, collective learning and RTD in regionally-clustered high-technology SMEs. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research , University of Cambridge
  • Keeble, D.E., Moore, B. (et al.) (1997) Inter-firm links between regionally-clustered high-technology SMEs: a comparison of Cambridge and Oxford innovation networks. Working paper 65 Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 36pp

S.N. LANE, B.A., Ph.D., University Assistant Lecturer, Fellow of Fitzwilliam College

A physical geographer with research interests in water and the environment, including problems of river channel flow, pollution and sedimentation in various environments.

  • Lane, S.N. (1997). The reconstruction of bed material yield and supply histories in gravel-bed streams. Catena, 30, 183-196.
  • Lane, S.N. and Richards, K.S. (1997) ‘Linking river channel form and process: time, space and causality revisited.’ Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 22: 249-260
  • Richards, K.S., Brooks, S.M., Clifford, N.J., Harris, T. and Lane, S.N. (1997) ‘Theory, measurement and testing in "real" geomorphology and physical geography.’ in D.R Stoddart (ed.) Process and form in geomorphology Routledge: London, 265-292
  • Richards, K.S. and Lane, S.N. (1997) ‘Prediction of morphological changes in unstable channels.’ in: C.R Thorne, R.D. Hey and M.D. Newson (eds.) Applied fluvial geomorphology for river engineering and management. Chichester: Wiley, 269-292

R.L. MARTIN, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of St Catharine's College

Ron Martin is an economic and political geographer who works on the restructuring of capitalist space economies, the geography of trade unionism, and the regional political economy of state intervention, money and finance capital.

  • Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Martin, R.L. (eds.) (1997) ‘Regional political economy: essays in honour of Michael Chisholm.’ Regional Studies 31(3): 203-349
  • Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Martin, R.L. (1997) ‘Introduction.’ Regional Studies 31(3): 201-202 [in a jointly edited special issue of 10 papers to mark the retirement of M.D.I. Chisholm Regional Studies 31: 203-349]
  • Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Martin, R.L. (1997) ‘Michael Chisholm: an appreciation.’ Regional Studies 31: 203-210
  • Lawless, P., Martin, R.L. and Hardy, S. (eds.) (1997) Unemployment and social exclusion: landscapes of labour market inequality London: Jessica Kingsley, 274p
  • Martin, R.L. (1997) ‘The dynamics of the regional unemployment structure: trends, cycles and persistence.’ Regional Studies 31(3): 237-252
  • Martin, R.L. (1997) ‘Az új Gazdaság és a Szerkezetátalakítás Regionális Politikája: Brit Tapasztalatok.’ in: H. Gyula (ed.) Régiók Felemelkedése és Hanyatlása: Regionális Átalakulás a Brit-Szigeteken. Pec, Hungary: Magyar Tudomanyo Akadémia, 99-120
  • Martin, R.L. (1997) ‘Regional dimensions of Europe’s unemployment problem.’ in: P. Lawless, R.L. Martin and S. Hardy (eds.) Unemployment and social exclusion: landscapes of labour market inequality London: Jessica Kingsley, 1-34
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1997) ‘The post-Keynsian state and the space economy.’ in: R. Lee and J. Wills (eds.) Geography of economies London: Edward Arnold, 280-291
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1997) Employment flow regimes and regional unemployment disparities. Working paper 72. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge,
  • Martin, R.L., Tyler, P. and Baddeley, M. (1997) ‘Cyclical shocks and structural shifts in British regional unemployment since the early 1980s.’ Applied Economics 29: 328-339
  • Martin, R.L., Tyler, P. and Baddeley, M. (1997) ‘If jobs matter, softly, softly is the right way to go for EMU.’ Sunday Observer 16.11.97

L.M. McDOWELL, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Newnham College

Linda McDowell researches in urban and social geography, and feminist theory, focusing on the changing nature of work in cities in advanced economies and gender divisions of labour.

  • McDowell, L. (1997) Capital culture: gender at work in the city. Oxford: Blackwell, 240p
  • McDowell, L. (ed) (1997) Undoing place?: a geographical reader. London: Edward Arnold, 320pp
  • McDowell, L. and J. Sharp (eds.) (1997) Space, gender and knowledge: feminist readings London: Edward Arnold, 458pp

C. OPPENHEIMER, B.A., Ph.D., University Assistant Lecturer, Fellow of Sidney Sussex College

Clive Oppenheimer's research interests include sulfur chemistry and mobility in volcano-hydrothermal systems and crater lakes, measurements of fluxes and chemistry of volcanic gases in the atmosphere, the Quaternary volcanic geology of Africa, and applications of remote sensing to volcano monitoring.

  • Oppenheimer, C (1997) ‘Surveillance and mapping of volcanoes and their emissions by satellite remote sensing.’ Geography 82: 317-333.
  • Oppenheimer, C. (1997) ‘Remote sensing of the colour and temperature of volcanic lakes.’ International Journal of Remote Sensing 18: 5-37.
  • Oppenheimer, C. (1997) ‘Ramifications of the skin effect for crater lake heat budget analysis.’ Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 75: 159-165.
  • Oppenheimer, C and P. Francis (1997) ‘Remote sensing of heat, lava and fumarole emissions from Erta 'Ale volcano, Ethiopia.’ International Journal of Remote Sensing 18: 1661-1692.

S.E. OWENS, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Newnham College

Susan Owens researches into environmental issues and policies in Britain and Europe: the environmental policy process; land-use planning and environmental sustainability; and the political development of environmentalism.

  • Owens, S.E. (1997) ‘Negotiable environments: needs, demands and values in the age of sustainability.’ Environment and Planning A 29: 571-580
  • Owens, S.E. (1997) ‘Giants in the Path: planning, sustainability and environmental values.’ Town Planning Review 68: 293-304
  • Owens, S.E. (1997) ‘Interpreting sustainable development: the case of land use planning.’ in M. Jacobs (ed.) Greening the Millenium: the New Politics of the Environment. Oxford: Blackwell (Political Quarterly, Fifth Issue), 87-97
  • Owens, S.E. (1996) ‘Making Connections.’ UK Round Table, Working Group on Intermodal Transport. (with other members of the Round Table). London: Department of the Environment
  • Owens, S.E. and Cowell, R. (1997) ‘Sustainability: the new challenge.’ in A.Blowers and B. Evans (eds) Town Planning into the Twenty-First Century. London: Routledge, 15-31
  • Owens, S.E., Richards, K.S. and Spencer, T. (1997) ‘Managing the earth's surface: science and policy.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 22: 3-4
  • Owens, S.E. and Smith, J. (1997) ‘Routes of reducing transport-related greenhouse gas emissions.’ in U. Collier and R.E. Löfstedt (eds) Cases in Climate Change Policy: Political Reality in the European Union. London: Earthscan, 30-42

S.A. RADCLIFFE, B.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer and Fellow of New Hall

Sarah Radcliffe is a human geographer working on contemporary Latin America with particular emphasis on social movements, social theory and gender relations, and popular national identities and place.

  • Laurie, N.,... S.A. Radcliffe ...[et al.] (1997) ‘In and out of bounds and resisting boundaries: feminist geographies of space and place.’ in: Women and Geography Study Group (eds.) Feminist geographies: explorations of diversity and difference. Harlow: Longman, 112-145
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1997) ‘City-country relationships, peasant survival strategies and female migrants in Cuzco.’ in: P. van Lindert and O. Verkoren (eds.) Small towns and beyond: rural transformation and small urban centres in Latin America. Amsterdam: Thela, 111-122
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1997) ‘Different heroes: genealogies of postcolonial geographies.’ Environment and Planning A 29(8): 1331-1333
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1997) ‘The geographies of indigenous self representation in Ecuador: hybridity, gender and resistance.’ European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 15:

K.S. RICHARDS, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Geography, Fellow of Emmanuel College, Head of Department

A fluvial geomorphologist with interests ranging from cold and wet to hot and dry environments, taking in hydrological controls, slope stability, soil erosion, sediment yield, and particularly river forms and processes.

  • Amin, M.H.G., Chorley, R.J., Richards, K.S., Hall, L.D., Carpenter, T.A., Cislerova, M. and Vogel, T. (1997) ‘Study of infiltration into a heterogeneous soil using magnetic resonance imaging.’ Hydrological Processes 11: 471-483
  • Amin, M.H.G., Gibbs, S.J., Richards, K.S., Chorley, R.J., Carpenter, T.A. and Hall, L.D. (1997) ‘Study of flow and hydrodynamic dispersion in a porous medium using Pulsed-Field-Gradient Magnetic Resonance.’ Proceedings, Royal Society of London, Series A 453: 489-513
  • Hall, L.D., Amin, M.H.G., Dougherty, E., Sanda, M., Votrubova, J., Richards, K.S., Chorley, R.J. and Cislerova, M. (1997) ‘MR properties of water in saturated soils and resulting loss of MRI signal in water content detection at 2 tesla.’ Geoderma 80: 431-448
  • Hughes, F.M.R., Harris, T., Pautou, G., Richards, K.S., El-hames, A., Barsoum, N.,Girel, J., Piery, J.-L. and Foussadier, R. (1997) ‘Woody riparian species response to different soil moisture conditions: laboratory experiments on Alnus incana (L.) Moench.’ Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 6: 247-256
  • Hughes, F.M.R., Richards, K.S., El-hames, A., Harris, T., Peiry, J.-L., Pautou, G. and Girel, J. (1997) ‘Investigations into hydrological influences on the establishment of riparian tree species.’ in: A.R.G. Large (ed.) Floodplain rivers: hydrological processes and ecological significance, British Hydrological Society Occasional Paper 7, 17-29
  • Lane, S.N. and Richards, K.S. (1997) ‘Linking river channel form and process: time, space and causality revisited.’ Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 22: 249-260
  • Owens, S.E., Richards, K.S. and Spencer, T. (1997) ‘Managing the earth's surface: science and policy.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 22: 3-4
  • Pautou, G., Piery, J.-L., Girel, J., Blanchard, E., Hughes, F., Richards, K.S., Harris, T. and El-hames, A. (1997) ‘Space-time units in floodplains: the example of the Drac River upstream of Grenoble (French Alps).’ Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 6: 311-319
  • Pyle, C., Chandler, J.H. and Richards, K.S. (1997) ‘Digital photogrammetric monitoring of river bank erosion.’ Photogrammetric Record 15: 753-764
  • Richards, K.S. (1997) ‘Rivers: vive la différence.’ Geography Review 10(5): 10-15
  • Richards, K.S., Brooks, S.M., Clifford, N.J., Harris, T. and Lane, S.N. (1997) ‘Theory, measurement and testing in "real" geomorphology and physical geography.’ in D.R Stoddart (ed) Process and form in geomorphology Routledge: London, 265-292
  • Richards, K.S. and Lane, S.N. (1997) ‘Prediction of morphological changes in unstable channels.’ in: Thorne, C.R., R.D. Hey and M.D. Newson (eds.) Applied fluvial geomorphology for river engineering and management. Chichester: Wiley, 269-292
  • Trudgill, S.T. and Richards, K.S. (1997) ‘Environmental science and policy: generalisations and context sensitivity.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 22: 5-12

G.E. SMITH, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Sidney Sussex College

Graham Smith's research focuses on the restructuring of the post-Soviet States and eastern Europe, including issues of nationalism, ethnic relations and ethnoregional movements.

  • Smith, G.E. (1997) ‘The Russian diaspora: identity, citizenship and homeland.’ in: M.Bradshaw (ed.) Geography and transition in the post-Soviet republics London: John Wiley, 73-88
  • Smith, G.E. (1997) ‘Federalising Russia: the reconstruction of centre-local relations.’ in: H. Blakkisrud (ed.) Centre and periphery in Russian politics Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, 41-63
  • Smith, G.E. and Wilson, A. (1997) ‘Rethinking the post-Soviet Russian diaspora: the potential for political mobilisation in eastern Ukraine and north-east Estonia.’ Europe-Asia Studies 49(5): 845-864

T. SPENCER, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Magdalene College

Tom Spencer works at the interface between geomorphology and the geological and biological sciences, particularly in tropical environments. He has particular interests in coral reef, mangrove, saltmarsh and rain forest ecosystems.

  • Brooks, S.M.and Spencer, T. (1997) ‘Changing soil hydrology due to rain forest logging: an example from Sabah, Malaysia.’ Journal of Environmental Management 49: 297-310
  • Owens, S.E., Richards, K.S. and Spencer, T. (1997) ‘Managing the earth's surface: science and policy.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 22: 3-4
  • Spencer, T. (1997) ‘Introduction: altered and artificial landscapes.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 22: 275-276
  • Spencer, T. (1997) ‘Changes in the global environment: uncertain prospects for the Pacific.’ in: B. Burt and C. Clerk (eds.) Environment and development in the Pacific islands Canberra: NCDS, Australian National Univeristy, 243-263
  • Spencer, T., Moeller, I. and French, J.R. (1997) Wave attenuation over salt marsh surfaces. Environment Agency (Anglian Region) Operational Investigation 569, Supplementary report OI/569/4/A, iv + 40p
  • Spencer, T., Moeller, I. and Murray, A. (1997) Carbon sequestration in UK coastal marshes: preliminary investigation. Carbon Sequestration in Vegetation and Soils, DoE contract EPG1/1/3; NERC contract F3CR05/ D6/39 - CEH/ITE T03098A1. Edinburgh: ITE Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, section 9, 1 - 37
  • Spencer, T. and Murray, A. (1997) ‘On the wisdom of calculating annual material budgets in tidal wetlands.’ Marine Ecology Progress series 150: 207-216
  • Spencer, T., Tudhope, A.W., French, J.R., Scoffin, T.P. and Utana, A. (1997) ‘Reconstructing sealevel change from coral microatolls. Tongareva (Penrhyn) atoll, Northern Cook Islands.’ in: Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama 1:489-494

S.T. TRUDGILL, B.Sc., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Robinson College

Steven Trudgill is a physical and environmental geographer whose current research addresses land use and water quality, and soil hydrochemistry.

  • Ball, J. and Trudgill, S.T. (1997) ‘Potentials and limitations encountered in using geochemical tracers.’ in: Hydrochemistry (Proceedings of the Rabat Symposium April/May 1997, IAHS publication 244) Wallingford: IAHS Press, 185-194
  • Rawlins, B.G., Baird, A.J., Trudgill, S.T. and Hornung, M. (1997) ‘Absence of preferential flow in the percolating waters of a coniferous forest soil.’ Hydrological Processes 11: 575-585
  • Trudgill, S.T., Burt, T.P., Johnes, P. and Heathwaite, A.L. (1997) ‘Improving lake water quality in the Slapton Ley Nature Reserve, S. Devon, U.K. - amelioration by wetlands or catchment source management?’ in: Freshwater contamination (Proceedings of the Rabat Symposium April/May 1997, IAHS publication 243) Wallingford: IAHS Press, 299-311
  • Trudgill, S.T. and Richards, K.S. (1997) ‘Environmental science and policy: generalisation and context sensitivity’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 22: 5-12
  • Trudgill, S.T. and Wise, S.M. (1997) ‘Long term spatially distributed solutional erosion: how can we put solutes on the map?’ Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 22: 281-285

I.C. WILLIS, B.Sc., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of St. Catharine’s College

Ian Willis is a glaciologist with particular research interests in glacier climate and mass balance; glacier hydrology; glacier dynamics; and subglacial mechanical and chemical weathering processes and the transfer of sediments and solutes through glacierised catchments.

Research, Technical, College & Affiliated Staff

H. ALLEN

  • Allen, H. (1997) ‘The environmental conditions of the Kopais Basin, Boeotia during the Post Glacial with special reference to the Mycenaean period.’ in: J. Bintliff (ed.) Recent developments in the history and archaeology of central Greece (Proceedings of the 6th International Boeotian Conference), British Archeaological Reports International Series 666.

M.H.G. AMIN

  • Amin, M.H.G., Chorley, R.J., Richards, K.S., Hall, L.D., Carpenter, T.A., Cislerova, M. and Vogel, T. (1997) ‘Study of infiltration into a heterogeneous soil using magnetic resonance imaging.’ Hydrological Processes 11: 471-483
  • Amin, M.H.G., Gibbs, S.J., Richards, K.S., Chorley, R.J., Carpenter, T.A. and Hall, L.D. (1997) ‘Study of flow and hydrodynamic dispersion in a porous medium using Pulsed-Field-Gradient Magnetic Resonance.’ Proceedings, Royal Society of London, Series A 453: 489-513
  • Hall, L.D., Amin, M.H.G., Dougherty, E., Sanda, M., Votrubova, J., Richards, K.S., Chorley, R.J. and Cislerova, M. (1997) ‘MR properties of water in saturated soils and resulting loss of MRI signal in water content detection at 2 tesla.’ Geoderma 80: 431-448

S.S. ATHREYE

  • Keeble, D.E. and Athreye, S. (1997) Technological convergence, globalisation and ownership in the UK computer industry. Working paper 67. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 57pp

M. BADDELEY

  • Martin, R.L., Tyler, P. and Baddeley, M. (1997) ‘Cyclical shocks and structural shifts in British regional unemployment since the early 1980s.’ Applied Economics 29: 328-339
  • Martin, R.L., Tyler, P. and Baddeley, M. (1997) ‘If jobs matter, softly, softly is the right way to go for EMU.’ Sunday Observer 16.11.97

S. BOREHAM

  • Boreham, S. (1996) Possible thermokarst landforms near Theydon Bois, Essex. The London Naturalist 75, 21-26
  • Boreham, S. and Moxey, P.A. (1997) A century of vegetation change in Epping Forest determined from pollen analysis of pond sediments. The London Naturalist 75, 21-

M.D.I. CHISHOLM, Emeritus Professor of Geography

  • Chisholm, M. (1997) ‘The Road Traffic Reduction Act 1997 lacks teeth.’ Traffic Control and Engineering September 1997: 454-456
  • Chisholm, M. (1997) ‘Public expenditure for control purposes.’ in Kitchen, H. (ed.) A framework for the future: an agenda for councils in a changing world. London: Local Government Information Unit, 54-56
  • Chisholm, M. (1997) ‘Independence under stress.’ Public Administration 75: 97-107
  • Chisholm, M. (1997) ‘Steers, James Alfred (1899-1987)’ in: C.S. Nicholls (ed.) The dictionary of national biography 1986-1990 Oxford: Oxford University Press, 428-429
  • Chisholm, M. (1997) ‘How useful are measures of economic potential?’ Environment and Planning A 28: 1895-1899
  • Chisholm, M. (1997) ‘Nations of the world.’ text for the profiles of 192 countries. in: Reader’s Digest illustrated atlas of the world. London: Reader’s Digest, 210-241
  • Chisholm, M., Hale, R. and Thomas, D. (eds.) (1997) A fresh start for local government. London: Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, 158pp
  • Chisholm, M., Hale, R. and Thomas, D. (1997) ‘Introduction’ in Chisholm, M., R. Hale and D. Thomas (eds.) A fresh start for local government. London: Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, 1-19
  • Chisholm, M. and Thomas, D. (1997) ‘An agenda for action.’ in Chisholm, M., R. Hale and D. Thomas (eds.) A fresh start for local government. London: Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, 141-158
  • Chisholm, M. and Thomas, D. (1997) ‘Memorandum’ and ‘Supplementary memorandum’ being evidence to: House of Lords Select Committee on Relations between Central and Local Government Rebuilding trust HL Paper 97-1 London:Stationery Office, 257-270, 276-279

R.J. CHORLEY, Emeritus Professor of Geography

  • Amin, M.H.G., Chorley, R.J., Richards, K.S., Hall, L.D., Carpenter, T.A., Cislerova, M. and Vogel, T. (1997) ‘Study of infiltration into a heterogeneous soil using magnetic resonance imaging.’ Hydrological Processes 11: 471-483
  • Amin, M.H.G., Gibbs, S.J., Richards, K.S., Chorley, R.J., Carpenter, T.A. and Hall, L.D. (1997) ‘Study of flow and hydrodynamic dispersion in a porous medium using Pulsed-Field-Gradient Magnetic Resonance.’ Proceedings, Royal Society of London, Series A 453: 489-513
  • Chorley, R.J. (1997) ‘Obituary: George Harry Dury, 1916-1996.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, NS 22: 398-402
  • Hall, L.D., Amin, M.H.G., Dougherty, E., Sanda, M., Votrubova, J., Richards, K.S., Chorley, R.J. and Cislerova, M. (1997) ‘MR properties of water in saturated soils and resulting loss of MRI signal in water content detection at 2 tesla.’ Geoderma 80: 431-448

N. DUNCAN

  • Duncan, J.S and Duncan, N. (1997) ‘The aestheticisation of politics in a suburban town.’ in: I. Limstrand (ed.) The research process: the researcher’s tasks, role, experiences. Trondheim: University of Trondheim, 20-44
  • Duncan, J.S. and Duncan, N. (1997) ‘Deep suburban irony.’ in: R. Silverstone (ed.) Visions of suburbia London: Routledge, 161-179

A.S. EL-HAMES

  • Hughes, F.M.R., Harris, T., Pautou, G., Richards, K.S., El-hames, A., Barsoum, N.,Girel, J., Piery, J.-L. and Foussadier, R. (1997) ‘Woody riparian species response to different soil moisture conditions: laboratory experiments on Alnus incana (L.) Moench.’ Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 6: 247-256
  • Hughes, F.M.R., Richards, K.S., El-hames, A., Harris, T., Peiry, J.-L., Pautou, G. and Girel, J. (1997) ‘Investigations into hydrological influences on the establishment of riparian tree species.’ in: A.R.G. Large (ed.) Floodplain rivers: hydrological processes and ecological significance, British Hydrological Society Occasional Paper 7, 17-29
  • Pautou, G., Piery, J.-L., Girel, J., Blanchard, E., Hughes, F., Richards, K.S., Harris, T. and El-hames, A. (1997) ‘Space-time units in floodplains: the example of the Drac River upstream of Grenoble (French Alps).’ Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 6: 311-319

F.M.A. HARRIS

  • Mortimore, M.J., Singh, B.B., Harris, F.M.A. and Blade, S.F. (1997) ‘Cowpea in traditional cropping systems.’ in: B.B. Singh, D.R. Mohan Raj, K.E. Dashiell and L.E.N. Jackai (eds) Advances in cowpea research. Copublication of International Institute for Tropical Agriculture and Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences. Ibadan, Nigeria: IITA,

F.M.R. HUGHES

  • Cordes, L.D., Hughes, F.M.R. and Getty, M. (1997) ‘Factors affecting the regeneration and distribution of riparian woodland along a northern prairie river: the Red Deer River, Alberta, Canada.’ Journal of Biogeography 24: 675-695.
  • Hughes, F.M.R. (1997) 'Floodplain biogeomorphology'. Progress in Physical Geography 21: 501-529
  • Hughes, F.M.R., Harris, T., Pautou, G., Richards, K.S., El-hames, A., Barsoum, N.,Girel, J., Piery, J.-L. and Foussadier, R. (1997) ‘Woody riparian species response to different soil moisture conditions: laboratory experiments on Alnus incana (L.) Moench.’ Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 6: 247-256
  • Hughes, F.M.R., Richards, K.S., El-hames, A., Harris, T., Peiry, J.-L., Pautou, G. and Girel, J. (1997) ‘Investigations into hydrological influences on the establishment of riparian tree species.’ in: A.R.G. Large (ed.) Floodplain rivers: hydrological processes and ecological significance, British Hydrological Society Occasional Paper 7, 17-29
  • Pautou, G., Piery, J.-L., Girel, J., Blanchard, E., Hughes, F., Richards, K.S., Harris, T. and El-hames, A. (1997) ‘Space-time units in floodplains: the example of the Drac River upstream of Grenoble (French Alps).’ Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 6: 311-319

R. MAYHEW, R

  • Mayhew, R. (1997) Geography and literature in historical context: Samuel Johnson and eighteenth-century English conceptions of geography. Research Paper no.54 Oxford: University of Oxford, School of Geography.
  • Mayhew, R. (1997) ‘Was William Shakespeare an eighteenth-century geographer?: constructing histories of geographical knowledge.’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers N.S. 22:

R.E. RANDALL

  • Randall, R.E. (1997) ‘Vegetated shingle structures and shorelines.’ in: S. Kaznowska ... [et al.] (eds.) Coasts and seas of the United Kingdom. Peterborough: JNCC. Region 4 - South-east Scotland: Montrose to Eyemouth, 49-50; Region 14 - South-west Scotland: Ballantrae to Mull, 52-54
  • Randall, R.E., Barnes, R.S. (et al.) (1997) ‘Habitat conservation strategies - coastal habitats.’ in: G.M. Tucker and M.I. Evans (eds.) Habitats for birds in Europe. Birdlife Conservation series no.6 Cambridge: Birdlife International, 93-124.
  • Randall, R.E. and Scott, G. (1997) ‘Communities of sand and shingle beaches.’ in: E. van der Maarel (ed.) Ecosystems of the world: 2c - dry coastal ecosystems; general aspects Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, 263-274

J. STARGARDT

  • Stargardt, J. (1997) ‘Canals - Far East (Acquadotte)’, ‘Ananda, temple of (Tempio di)’, ‘Architectonics, structures, South East Asian (Arcitettioniche, Strutture)’, ‘Artificial Tanks (Bacine artificiale)’, ‘Beikthano’, ‘Burma (Birmania)’. In Enciclopedia Archeologica Italiana, Volume A-B. Rome, Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana (CD-Rom)
  • Stargardt, J. (1997) ‘Earth, Rice, Water; Essays in ‘Reading the Landscape’ as a record of Satingpra History, South Thailand. In R. Grove, V. Damodoran and S. Sangwan (eds) Nature and the Orient; the environmental history of South and South East Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 127-163
  • Stargardt, J. (1997) ‘Contrôles et contraintes socio-économique des systemes traditionnels d’irrigation et d’agriculture: le système d’Angkor dans ls perspectives comparées. In Angkor and Water, Angkor et l’Eau. paris, UNESCO & EFEO

P. C. TZEDAKIS

  • Tzedakis, P.C. et al. (1997) ‘Comparison of terrestrial and marine records of changing climate of the last 500,000 years.’ Earth and Planetary Science Letter 150: 171-176

T.C. WHITMORE

  • Scudder, T., Talbot, L.M. and Whitmore, T.C. (1997) Nam Thuen 2 Hydro Project: report of the international environmental and social panel of experts. for Lao PDR and World Bank.
  • Scudder, T., Talbot, L.M. and Whitmore, T.C. (1997) Nam Thuen 2 Hydro Project: 2nd report of the international environmental and social panel of experts. for Lao PDR and World Bank.
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1997) ‘Tropical forest disturbance, disappearance and species loss.’ in: W.F. Laurance and R.O. Bierregaard (eds.) Tropical forest remnants: ecology, management and conservation of fragmented communities. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 3-12
  • Whitmore, T.C., Tantra, I.G.M. and Sutinsa, U. (eds.) (1997) Tree flora of Indonesia: check list for Irian Jaya Bogor: Ministry of Forestry; Forestry Research and Development Agency; Forest and Nature Conservation Research and Development Centre