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Annual Report 1998: Publications and Research Interests


Academic Staff 1998

W.M. ADAMS, M.A., 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. (1998) 'Conservation and development.' in W. J. Sutherland (ed.) Conservation science and action Oxford: Blackwell, 286-315
  • Adams, W.M. (1998) 'Landforms, authenticity and conservation value.' Area 30(2): 168-169
  • Adams, W.M. and Infield, M. (1998) 'Community conservation at Mgahinga Gorilla national park, Uganda', Community conservation research in Africa: principles and comparative practice Working Paper 10, University of Manchester: Institute for Development Policy and Management.
  • Adams, W.M. and Ite, U.E. (1998) 'Forest loss and conservation, Cross River State, Nigeria.' Applied Geography 18(4): 301-314.
  • Barbier, E.B., Adams, W.M. and Kimmage, K. (1998) 'An economic valuation of wetland benefits.' in E.B. Barbier (ed.) The economics of environment and development: selected essays. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 322-343
  • Watson, E.E., Adams, W.M. and Mutiso, S.K. (1998) 'Indigenous irrigation, agriculture and development, Marakwet, Kenya.' Geographical Journal 164: 67-84

N.S. ARNOLD, M.A., Ph.D., Unversity 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.

  • Arnold, N., Richards, K.S., Willis, I. and Sharp, M. (1998) 'Initial results from a distributed, physically based model of glacier hydrology.' Hydrological Processes 12: 191-219
  • Willis, I., Arnold, N., Sharp, M., Bonvin, J-M. and Hubbard, B. (1998) 'Mass balance and flow variations of Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland calculated using Digital Terrain Modelling techniques.' in: S.N. Lane, J.H. Chandler and K.S. Richards (eds). Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis. Chichester: Wiley, 343-362.

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 (particularly the middle Loire valley) during the nineteenth century.

  • Baker, A.R.H. (1998) 'Military service and migration in nineteenth-century France: some evidence from Loir-et-Cher.' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 23: 193-206
  • Baker, A.R.H. (1998) '“L'Union fait la force, adions nous les uns les autres”: towards an historical geography of fraternal associations in Loir-et-Cher (France) 1815-1914.' Cheminements Conférences d'études québécoise 1-7

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.

  • Adomako, E.E., Adomako, J.K. and Bayliss-Smith, T. (1998) 'Conservation by tradition: the case of the Guako sacred grove.' in: D.S. Amlalo, L.D. Atisatorme and C. Fiati (eds) Biodiversity conservation: traditional knowledge and modern concepts. Proceedings of the Third UNESCO MAB Regional Seminar, Cape Coast, 9-12 March 1997. Accra, Ghana: Environmental Protection Agency, 7-15.
  • Bayliss-Smith, T. and Mulk, I.M. (1998) 'Segelbåtar i Padjelanta - Samiska hällristningar från järnålder och medeltid i Laponia, Lappland.' in: Sjöhistoriska Museet Människor och båtar i Norden. Rapport från Seminarium vid Sjöhistoriska Museet, 29-31 maj 1998. Stockholm: Maritime History Museum, Report 29, 39-51
  • Mulk, I.M., Bayliss-Smith, T. and Nordqvist, L. (1998) Rapport från fält undersökningar av hällristningar på boplats Bårjås i Padjelanta, Jokkmokks sn., Lappland. Jokkomokk, Sweden: Ajtte Svenskt Fjålloch Samemuseum, 1-26
  • Mulk, I.M. and Bayliss-Smith, T.P. (1998) 'The representation of Sami cultural identity in the cultural landscapes of northern Sweden: the use and misuse of archaeological knowledge.' in: P.J. Ucko and R. Layton (eds) The archaeology and anthropology of landscape: shaping your landscape. London: Routledge, 358-396.
  • Smith, J.M.B. and Bayliss-Smith, T. (1998) 'Kelp plucking: coastal erosion facilitated by bulk-kelp Durvillaea antarctica at subantarctic Macquarie Island.' Antarctic Science 10(4): 431-438

R.J. BENNETT, M.A., Ph.D., F.B.A., Professor of Geography, Leverhulme Research Professor and Fellow of St Catharine's College

Robert Bennett is 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. (1998) 'Business associations and their potential to contribute to economic development: re-exploring an interface between the state and market.' Environment and Planning A. 30: 1367-1387.
  • Bennett, R.J. (1998) 'Business associations and their potential contribution to SMEs competitiveness.' Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 10: 243-260.
  • Bennett, R.J. (1998) 'Explaining the membership of voluntary local business associations: the example of British Chambers of Commerce.' Regional Studies 32(6): 503-514.
  • Bennett, R.J. (1998) 'Local government in post-socialist cities.' in: G. Enyedi (ed.) Social change and urban restructuring in Central Europe. Budapest: Central European University, 35-54.
  • Bennett, R.J. (1998) 'The relationship between TECs and the proposed Regional Development Agencies.' in: House of Commons. Select Committee on Education and Employment. 4th Report. Session 1997-98, HC-265), Written memorandum, oral evidence and adviser to whole report. London: Stationery Office, 13-17, 45-50.
  • Bennett, R.J. (1998) Survey of Industry Training Organizations (ITOs) and National Training Organizations (NTOs), Cambridge: University of Cambridge, Department of Geography, 8pp
  • Bennett, R.J. and Graham, D.A. (1998) 'Explaining the size differentiation of business service centres.' Urban Studies 35(9): 1457-1480.
  • Bennett, R.J. and Payne, D. (1998) Political decisions and negotiation: the example of Business Link: paper presented at IGU Commission on Geography and Public Administration, Cambridge, July 1998.
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P. (1998) 'External business advice and business links.' in: A.Cosh and A. Hughes (eds) Enterprise Britain: growth, innovation and public policy in the small and medium sized enterprise sector 1994-97. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, 56-66
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P. (1998) 'The market for external business advice services in Britain.' 21st ISBA Conference Proceedings. Celebrating the Small Business 22: 770-790.
  • Bowen, S. and Bennett, R.J. (1998) Education business partnership survey: report of key findings. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Department of Geography, 24pp
  • Bowen, S. and Bennett, R.J. (1998) Training, education and business diversity: summary of key findings and policy implications. University of Cambridge, Department of Geography, 33pp

A.D. CLIFF, M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.B.A., Professor of Theoretical Geogaphy, 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. (1998) 'On complex geographical space: computing frameworks for spatial diffusion processes.' in: P.A. Longley, S.M. Brooks, R. McDonnell and B. Macmillan (eds) Geocomputation: a primer. Chichester: Wiley, 231-256.
  • Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Smallman-Raynor (1998) Deciphering global epidemics: analytical approaches to the disease records of world cities, 1888-1912. Cambridge: Cambridge Univesity Press, 471pp.
  • Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Smallman-Raynor, M. (1998) 'Detecting space-time patterns in geocoded disease data: cholera in London, 1854 and measles in the United States, 1962-65.' in L. Gierl et al. (eds) GEOMED '97: proceedings of the international workshop on geomedical systems. Stuttgart; Leipzig: Teubner Verlag, 13-42.
  • Cliff, A.D. and Smallman-Raynor, M. (1998) 'The Philippines insurrection and the 1904-04 cholera epidemic: part 1 - epidemiological diffusion processes in war.' Journal of Historical Geography 24: 69-89.
  • Cliff, A.D. and Smallman-Raynor, M. (1998) 'The Philippines insurrection and the 1904-04 cholera epidemic: part 2 - diffusion patterns in war and peace.' Journal of Historical Geography 24: 188-210.
  • Gierl, L., Cliff, A.D., Valleron, A-J., Farrington, P. and Bull, M. (eds) (1998) GEOMED '97: proceedings of the international workshop on geomedical systems. Stuttgart; Leipzig: Teubner Verlag, 275pp

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 policies 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. (1998) '“Beneath the pavement only soil”: the poverty of post-development.' Journal of Development Studies 34 (6): 138-48
  • Corbridge, S.E. (1998) 'Development ethics: distance, difference, plausibility.' Ethics, Place and Environment 1(1): 35-53
  • Corbridge, S.E. (1998) 'Reading David Harvey: entries, voices, loyalties.' Antipode 30: 43-55

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.

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

A cultural geographer, Jim Duncan's 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. (1998) 'Classics in human geography revisited - J.S. Duncan 1980: 'The superorganic in American cultural geography' author's response.' Progress In Human Geography 22(4): 571-573.
  • Duncan, J. (1998) 'Dis-Orientation: the shock of the familiar in a far-away place.' in: J. Duncan and D. Gregory (eds) Writes of passage: reading travel writing London: Routledge, 151-163.
  • Duncan, J. and Gregory, D. (1998) 'Introduction.' in: J. Duncan and Gregory, D. (eds) Writes of passage: reading travel writing. London: Routledge, 1-13.
  • Duncan, J. and Gregory, D. (eds) (1998) Writes of passage: reading travel writing. London: Routledge, 225.

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.

  • Bridgland, D.R. and Gibbard, P.L. (1997) 'Quaternary river diversions in the London Basin and the eastern English Channel.' Géographie Physique et Quaternaire 51, 337-346.
  • Coope, G.R., Gibbard, P.L., Hall, A.R., Preece, R.C., Robinson, J.E. and Sutcliffe, A.J. (1997) 'Middle Devensian deposits of the River Thames at South Kensington, central London, England.' Quaternary Science Reviews 16: 1163-1195.
  • Ehlers, J. and Gibbard, P.L. (1997) 'The contorted drift of Norfolk, England.' in: Festschrift für Professor Dr Lothar Eißmann. Leipziger Geowissenschaften 5: 105-113.
  • Gibbard, P.L., Mathers, S.J. and Zalasiewicz, J.A. (1998) 'Stratigraphy of the Late Pliocene to Early Pleistocene of East Anglia.' in: Gibbard, P.L. and van Kolfschoten, Th. (eds) Dawn of the Quaternary. (proceedings of the INQUA-SEQS 1996 meeting at Kerkrade). Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO Nr60, 239-262.
  • Gibbard, P.L. and van Kolfschoten, Th. (eds) (1998) Dawn of the Quaternary. (proceedings of the INQUA-SEQS 1996 meeting at Kerkrade). Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO Nr60, 602pp.
  • Glaister, C.G. and Gibbard, P.L. (1998) 'Pollen stratigraphy of the Late Pleistocene marine sediments at Nørre Lyngby and Skagen, North Denmark.' Quaternary Science Reviews 17: 839-854.
  • Mayhew, D.F. and Gibbard, P.L. (1998) 'Early Pleistocene small mammal remains and pollen flora from the Crag at Weybourne, Norfolk, England.' in: Gibbard, P.L. and van Kolfschoten, Th. (eds) Dawn of the Quaternary. (proceedings of the INQUA-SEQS 1996 meeting at Kerkrade). Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO Nr60, 263-270.
  • Smith, G.R., Woodward, J.C., Heywood, D.I. and Gibbard, P.L. (1998) 'Mapping glaciated karst terrain in Mediterranean mountain environments using SPOT and TM data.' University of Greenwich Proceedings of the 24th International Conference and Exhibition of the Remote Sensing Society, 457-463.
  • van Kolfschoten, Th. and Gibbard, P.L. (1998) 'Introduction.' in: Gibbard, P.L. and van Kolfschoten, Th. (eds) Dawn of the Quaternary. (proceedings of the INQUA-SEQS 1996 meeting at Kerkrade). Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO Nr60, 13-17.

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

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

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

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

  • Gray, M. (1998) 'New industrial cities:? the four faces of Silicone Valley.' Review of Radical Political Economics 30(4): 1-28
  • Gray, M., Golob, E., Markusen, A and Park, S.O. (1998) 'Industrial change and regional development: the case of the US biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.' Environment and Planning A 30: 1757-1774

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.

  • Howell, P.M.R. (1998) 'Crime and the city solution: crime fiction, urban knowledge, and radical geography.' Antipode 30(4): 357-378.

A.C. HUDSON, B.Sc., PhD., 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.

  • Hudson, A. (1998) 'Reshaping the regulatory landscape: border skirmishes the Bahamas and Cayman offshore financial centres.' Review of International Political Economy, 5: 534-564.
  • Hudson, A. (1998) 'Placing trust, trusting place: on the social construction of offshore financial centres.' Political Geography, 17: 915-937.

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

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

  • Kearns, G. (1998) 'The virtuous circle of facts and values in the New Western History.' Annals of the Association of American Geographers 88(3): 377-409

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 research interests are in industrial, economic and urban geography, especially industrial location dynamics and regional economic restructuring in Britain and the European Union.

  • Keeble, D. (1998) 'Growth objectives and constraints.' in: A. Cosh and A. Hughes (eds) Enterprise Britain: growth, innovation and public policy in the small and medium sized enterprise sector 1994-1997. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 49-55
  • Keeble, D. (1998) Local industrial development and dynamics: the East Anglian case. Working Paper 96 Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 56 pp.
  • Keeble, D. (1998) 'North-south and urban-rural variations in SME growth, innovation and networking in the 1990s.' in: A. Cosh and A. Hughes (eds) Enterprise Britain: growth, innovation and public policy in the small and medium sized enterprise sector 1994-1997. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 99-113
  • Keeble, D. and Lawson, C. (eds) (1998) Collective learning processes and knowledge development in the evolution of regional clusters of high-technology SMEs in Europe - report on presentations and discussions. Goteborg Meeting of the TSER European Network on 'Networks, Collective Learning and RTD in Regionally-Clustered High-Technology SMEs.' Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 143 pp.
  • Keeble, D. and Lawson C. (1998) 'Collective learning processes, networking and 'institutional thickness' in the Cambridge region.' in: D. Keeble and C. Lawson (eds) Collective learning processes and knowledge development in the evolution of regional clusters of high-technology SMEs in Europe - report on presentations and discussions. Goteborg Meeting of the TSER European Network on 'Networks, Collective Learning and RTD in Regionally-Clustered High-Technology SMEs.' Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 99-115
  • Keeble, D., Lawson, C., Lawton Smith, H., Moore, B. and Wilkinson, F. (1998) Collective learning processes and inter-firm networking in innovative high-technology regions. Working Paper 86 Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 47 pp.
  • Keeble, D., Lawson, C., Lawton Smith, H., Moore, B. and Wilkinson, F. (1998) 'Internationalisation processes, networking and local embeddedness in technology-intensive small firms.' Small Business Economics 11: 327-342
  • Keeble, D., Lawson, C., Moore, B., Lawton Smith, H. and Wilkinson, F. (1998) 'Inter-firm links between regionally-clustered high-technology SMEs: a comparison of Cambridge and Oxford innovation networks.' in: W. During and R. Oakey (eds) New technology-based firms in the 1990. Volume IV, London: Paul Chapman, 181-196
  • Keeble, D., Lawton Smith, H., Lawson, C., Moore, B. and Wilkinson, F. (1998) 'Contrasting regional innovation systems in Oxford and Cambridge.' in: J. de la Mothe and G. Paquet (eds) Local and regional systems of innovation, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 125-148
  • Nachum, L. and Keeble, D. (1998) 'Agglomeration economies and the eclectic paradigm of foreign investment: a case study of transnational film companies in central London.' in: E.D. Jaffe, I.D. Nebenzahl and D. Te'eni (eds) International Business Strategies and Middle East Regional Cooperation Proceedings of the EIBA 24th annual conference, Jerusalem, December 13-15, 1998. Published on CD ROM.

S.N. LANE, M.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.

  • Bates, P.D. and Lane, S.N. (eds) (1998) 'High resolution flow modelling in hydrology and geomorphology.' Special Issue Hydrological Processes 12: 1129-1396.
  • Biron, P.A., Lane, S.N., Roy, A.G., Bradbrook, K.F. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Sensitivity of bed shear stress estimates from velocity profiles: the problem of vertical sampling resolution.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23:133-140.
  • Bradbrook, K.F., Biron, P., Lane, S.N., Richards, K.S. and Roy, A.G. (1998) 'Investigation of controls on secondary circulation and mixing processes in a simple confluence geometry using a three-dimensional numerical model.' Hydrological Processes 12: 1371-1386.
  • Butler, J.B., Lane, S.N. and Chandler, J.H. (1998) 'Assessment of DEM quality characterising surface roughness using close range digital photogrammetry.' Photogrammetric Record 16:271-291
  • Lane, S.N. (1998) Evaluation of Hydro2DE for modelling depth-averaged flow in braided channels. National Institute of Water and Atmosphere (New Zealand) Technical Report, 34, 15pp.
  • Lane, S.N. (1998) 'Hydraulic modelling in hydrology and geomorphology. a review of high resolution approaches.' Hydrological Processes 12:1131-1150.
  • Lane, S.N. (1998) 'The use of digital terrain modelling in the understanding of dynamic river systems.' in: S.N. Lane, K.S. Richards and J.H. Chandler. (eds) Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis, Chichester: Wiley, 311-342.
  • Lane, S.N., Biron, P.M., Bradbrook, K.F., Butler, J.B., Chandler, J.H., Crowell, M.D., McLelland, S.J., Richards, K.S. and Roy, A.G. (1998) 'Three-dimensional measurement of river channel flow processes using acoustic doppler velocimetry.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23: 1247-1267
  • Lane, S.N., Bradbrook, K.F., Caudwell, S.W.B. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Mixing processes at river channel confluences: field-informed numerical modelling.' in: J.H.W. Lee, A.W. Jayawardena and Z.Y. Wang (eds) Environmental hydraulics. Rotterdam: Balkema, 345-350.
  • Lane, S.N., Chandler, J.H. and Richards, K.S. (eds) (1998) Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis. Chichester: Wiley, 454pp
  • Lane, S.N., Chandler, J.H. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis: the role of landform in geomorphological research.' in: S.N. Lane, K.S. Richards and J.H. Chandler (eds) Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis. Chichester: Wiley, 1-17
  • Lane, S.N. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Two-dimensional modelling of flow processes in a multi-thread channel.' Hydrological Processes 12:1279-1298.

R.L. MARTIN, M.A., Ph.D., Reader in Economic Geography, 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.

  • Martin, R.L. (1998) 'Marching towards the millenium.' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 23(2): 147-150.
  • Martin, R.L. (1998) '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, 11-48.
  • Martin, R.L and Hardy, S. (eds) (1998) Unemployment and social exclusion: landscapes of labour market inequality. London: Jessica Kingsley, 280 pp.
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1998) 'La géographie économique de Paul Krugman: une critique.' in: G. Benko and A. Lipietz (eds) Villes et régions: crises et croissance. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 19-39.
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1998) 'Nouvelles tendances en géographie économique.' in: J. Heurley (ed.) Les chemins du développement régional. Paris: L'Harmattan, 120-141
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1998) 'Slow convergence?: post neo-classical endogenous growth theory and regional development.' Economic Geography 74(3): 201-227. [also Chapter 3 in G. Benko, P. Ciccolella, M. Escolar, and A. Lipietz (eds) Economics, politics and space, Buenos Aires: Editorial Universitaria de Buenos Aires, 60-91].
  • Martin, R.L., Tyler, P. and Baddeley, M. (1998) 'Cyclical shocks and structural shifts in British regional unemployment since the early-1980s.' Applied Economics 30: 19-30
  • Martin, R.L., Tyler, P. and Baddeley, M. (1998) 'Dispersion and persistence in European regional unemployment.' European Urban and Regional Studies 5(3): 195-215

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. (1998) 'Ethics in the City of London.' Environment and Planning A 30: 2133-2146
  • McDowell, L. (1998) Gender, identity and place. Cambridge: Polity, 284pp
  • McDowell, L. and Sharp, J. (eds) (1998) A feminist glossary of human geography. London: Arnold, 372pp

C. OPPENHEIMER, B.A., Ph.D., University 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.

  • Francis, P., Burton, M. and Oppenheimer, C. (1998) 'Remote measurements of volcanic gas compositions by solar FTIR spectroscopy.' Nature 396: 567-570.
  • Oppenheimer, C. (1998) 'Satellite observation of active carbonatite volcanism at Ol Doinyo Lengai, Tanzania.' International Journal of Remote Sensing 19:55-64
  • Oppenheimer, C. (1998) 'Satellite observations of lava lake activity at Nyiragongo volcano, ex-Zaire, during the Rwandan refugee crisis.' Disasters 22(3): 268-281
  • Oppenheimer, C. (1998) 'Volcanological applications of meteorological satellites.' International Journal of Remote Sensing 19: 2829-2864
  • Oppenheimer, C. and Francis, P. (1998) 'Implications of longeval lava lakes for geomorphological and plutonic processes at Erta 'Ale volcano, north Afar.' Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 80: 101-111
  • Oppenheimer, C., Francis, P., Burton, M., Maciejewski, A. and Boardman, L. (1998) 'Remote measurement of volcanic gases by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy.' Applied Physics 67: 505-515.
  • Oppenheimer, C., Francis, P. and Maciejewski, A. (1998) 'Spectroscopic observation of HCl degassing from Soufriere Hills volcano, Montserrat.' Geophysical Research Letters 25: 3689-3692.
  • Oppenheimer, C., Francis, P. and Maciejewski, A. (1998) 'Volcanic gas measurements by helicopter-borne Fourier transform spectroscopy.' International Journal of Remote Sensing 19: 373-379.
  • Oppenheimer, C., Francis, P. and Stix, J. (1998) 'Depletion rates of SO2 in tropospheric volcanic plumes.' Geophysical Research Letters 25: 2671-2674
  • Oppenheimer, C., Francis, P. and Watson, I.M. (1998) 'Advanced Visible and Near Infrared Radiometer (AVNIR) observations of Mount Etna's aerosol plume.' International Journal of Remote Sensing 19: 2823-2828.
  • Young, S., Francis, P.W., Barclay, J., Casadevall, T.J., Gardner, C.A., Darroux, B., Davies, M.A., Delmelle, P., Norton, G.E., Maciejewski, A.J.H., Oppenheimer, C., Stix, J. and Watson, I.M. (1998) 'Monitoring SO2 emission at the Soufriere Hills volcano: implications for changes in eruptive conditions.' Geophysical Research Letters 25: 3681-3684.

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

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

  • Cowell, R. and Owens, S.E (1998) 'Suitable locations: equity and sustainability in the minerals planning process.' Regional Studies 32(9): 797-811
  • Owens, S.E. (1998) 'Better for everyone?: change, choice and continuity in a new deal for transport.' Town and Country Planning 67(11): 329-331
  • Owens, S.E. (1998) 'Urban transport and land use policies in East and West: learning from experience.' International Journal of Environment and Pollution 10(1): 104-125
  • Owens, S.E., Breheny, M., Elson, M. and Ove Arup & Partners (1998) Sustainable development London: Stationery Office,
  • Owens, S.E., Cowell, R., Jehlicka, P. and Marlow, P. (1998) Aggregates, trade and the environment. Edinburgh: IUCN UK Committee, 94pp
  • Owens, S.E. and Wakeford, R. (1998) House of Commons. Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee. Housing. Minutes of Evidence, Session 1997-98, 13th May. HC495-ix. London: Stationery Office, 372-380
  • Owens, S.E. [et al.] (1998) UK Round Table on Sustainable Development: third annual report. London: Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, 52pp

S.A. RADCLIFFE, B.A., PhD., University Lecturer, 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.

  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1998) 'Frontiers and popular nationhood: geographies of identity in the 1995 Ecuador-Peru border dispute.' Political Geography 17(3): 273-293

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

Keith Richards is 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., Hall, L.D., Chorley, R.J. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Infiltration into soils, with particular reference to its visualization and measurement by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).' Progress in Physical Geography 22: 135-165
  • Arnold, N., Richards, K.S., Willis, I. and Sharp, M. (1998) 'Initial results from a distributed, physically based model of glacier hydrology.' Hydrological Processes 12: 191-219
  • Biron, P.A., Lane, S.N., Roy, A., Bradbrook, K. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Sensitivity of bed shear stress estimated from vertical velocity profiles: the problem of sampling resolution.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23: 133-139
  • Bradbrook, K.F., Biron, P., Lane, S.N., Richards, K.S. and Roy, A.G. (1998) 'Investigation of controls on secondary circulation and mixing processes in a simple confluence geometry using a three-dimensional numerical model.' Hydrological Processes 12: 1371-1396.
  • Brasington, J., El-hames, A. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Hydrological modelling in humid tropical catchments.' in: D. Harper and T. Brown (eds) The sustainable management of tropical catchments. Chichester: Wiley, 313-336
  • Brasington, J. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Interactions between model predictions, parameters and DTM scales for TOPMODEL.' Computers and Geosciences 24: 299-314
  • El-hames, A.S. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'An integrated physically-based model for arid region flash flood prediction capable of simulating dynamic transmission loss.' Hydrological Processes 12: 1219-1232
  • Green, J.C. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Investigation into the validity of resistance-discharge relationships for trailing aquatic plants.' in: H. Wheater and C. Kirby (eds) Hydrology in a changing environment. Vol. 1. Chichester: Wiley, 413-420.
  • Lane, S.N., Biron, P.M., Bradbrook, K.F., Butler, J.B., Chandler, J.H., Crowell, M.D., McLelland, S.J., Richards, K.S. and Roy, A.G. (1998) 'Three-dimensional measurement of river channel flow processes using acoustic doppler velocimetry.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23: 1247-1267
  • Lane, S.N., Bradbrook, K.F., Caudwell, S.W.B. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Mixing processes at river channel confluences: field-informed numerical modelling.' in: J.H.W. Lee, A.W. Jayawardena and Z.Y. Wang (eds) Environmental hydraulics. Rotterdam: Balkema, 345-350.
  • Lane, S.N., Chandler, J.H. and Richards, K.S. (eds) (1998) Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis. Chichester: Wiley, 454pp
  • Lane, S.N., Chandler, J.H. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis: the role of landform in geomorphological research.' in: S.N. Lane, K.S. Richards and J.H. Chandler (eds) Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis. Chichester: Wiley, 1-17.
  • Lane, S.N. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'High-resolution, two-dimensional spatial modelling of flow processes in a multi-thread channel.' Hydrological Processes 12: 1279-1298.
  • Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Quality, standards and the geographical mission: a personal perspective.' Geography 83: 78-81
  • Sharp, M.J., Richards, K.S. and Tranter, M. (eds) (1998) Glacier hydrology and hydrochemistry. Chichester: Wiley, 342pp.

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. (1998) 'Russia, multiculturalism and federal justice.' Europe-Asia Studies 50(8): 1393-1408.
  • Smith, G.E. (1998) 'The Russians in Estonia and Latvia: diaspora or stranded minority?' in: A. Steen and A. Selliaas (eds) The Baltic States. Oslo: Institutt For Statsvitenskap, Universitet i Oslo, 42-51.
  • Smith, G.E. (1998) 'Russia's politics of multicultural recognition.' Peace Review: a Transnational Quarterly 10(2): 165-72.
  • Smith, G.E., Law, V., Wilson, A., Bohr, A. and Allworth, E. (1998) Nation-building in the post-Soviet borderlands: the politics of national identities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 293pp.
  • Smith, G.E. and Wilson, A. (1998) 'Instrumentalisation de la diaspora.' Problemes politiques et sociaux 809: 44-46.

T. SPENCER, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer, Fellow of Magdalene College, Director of the Cambridge Coastal Research Unit.

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.

  • Slaymaker, O. and Spencer, T. (1998) 'Physical geography and global environmental change' Harlow: Addison Wesley Longman, 291pp.
  • Spencer, T., Douglas, I., Greer, A.G., Sinun, W. and Wong, W.M. (1998) 'Impact of logging on fluvial sediment and solute yield in Sabah, Malaysia.' Regional Workshop on Watershed Development and Management, Kuala Lumpur, February 1990, 10p
  • Spencer, T., Greer, A.G., Sinun, W., Douglas, I. and Wong, W.M. (1998) 'Impact of rain forest logging on storm period run-off, suspended sediment concentration and conductivity of small streams in Ulu Segama, Sabah, Malaysia.' Proceedings, UNESCO/IHP/FRIM Regional Seminar on Tropical Forest Hydrology, Kuala Lumpur, September 1989
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wind data, Monthly and annual windroses - Station 1 (54.00N 0.34E) and Station 2 (53.50N 0.74E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No: 00143173) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 78pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wind data, Monthly and annual windroses - Station 3 (3.25N 1.54E) and Station 4 (52.75N 2.34E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No: 00143173) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 78pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wind data, Monthly and annual windroses - Station 5 (52.25N 2.34E) and Station 6 (51.75N 1.54E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No: 00143173) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 78pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Coastal wind data, Monthly windroses - Shoeburyness, Hemsby and Spurn Head'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143173) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), 25 pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wave data, Monthly and annual wave roses (resultant, wind, and swell waves) - Station 1 (54.00N 0.34E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143174) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 233pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wave data, Monthly and annual wave roses (resultant, wind, and swell waves) - Station 2 (53.50N 0.74E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143174) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 233pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wave data, Monthly and annual wave roses (resultant, wind, and swell waves) - Station 3 (3.25N 1.54E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143174) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 233pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wave data, Monthly and annual wave roses (resultant, wind, and swell waves) - Station 4 (52.75N 2.34E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143174) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 233pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Review of Anglian SMP further study recommendations'. Executive Summary, Final Report (EA Contract No: 000143321), Environment Agency (Anglian Region), v + 35pp.
  • Spencer, T., Smith, G.M., Murray, A.L. and French, J.R. (1998) 'Assessing seasonal vegetation change in coastal wetlands with airborne remote sensing: an outline methodology.' Mangroves and Saltmarshes 2: 15-28

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

Stephen 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. (1998) 'Potentials and limitations encountered in using geochemical tracers.' in: N.E. Peters and A. Coudrain-Ribstein (eds) Hydrochemistry Proceedings of the Rabat Symposium - IAHS publication 244. Wallingford: IAHS, 185-194.
  • Trudgill, S.T, Burt, T.P., Johnes, P. and Heathwaite, A.L (1998) 'Improving lake water quality in Slapton Ley Nature Reserve, S. Devon, U.K. - amelioration by wetlands or catchment source management?' in: B. Webb (ed.) Freshwater contamination Proceedings of the Rabat symposium - IAHS publication 243. Wallingford: IAHS, 299-311.
  • Rawlins, B.M., Baird, A., Trudgill, S.T. and Hornung, M. (1998) 'Absence of preferential flow the percolatory waters of a coniferous forest soil.' Hydrological Processes 11: 575-585
  • Trudgill, S.T. and Viles, H.A. (1998) 'Field and laboratory approaches to limestone weathering.' Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology 31: 333-341.

B. VIRA, M.A., M.Phil., University Assistant Lecturer, Fellow of Fitzwilliam College.

Bhaskar Vira works at the interface amongst developmental, environmental and institutional economics. His current research addresses forestry and common property resource use, as well as urban environmental issues in India.

  • Vira, B. (1998) 'Environmental regulation and economic deregulation: is there a conflict?' in: G. Parry, A. Qureshi and H. Steiner (eds) The legal and moral aspects of international trade: freedom and trade Volume III. London: Routledge, 150-165.
  • Vira, B., Dubois, O. Daniels, S. E. and Walker, G. B. (1998) 'Institutional pluralism in forestry: considerations of analytical and operational tools.' Unasylva 49(194): 35-42

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 dymanics; and subglacial mechanical and chemical weathering processes and the transfer of sediments and solutes through glacierised catchments.

  • Arnold, N., Richards, K.S., Willis, I. and Sharp, M. (1998) 'Initial results from a distributed, physically based model of glacier hydrology.' Hydrological Processes 12: 191-219
  • Gordon, S., Sharp, M., Hubbard, B., Smart, C., Ketterling, B. and Willis, I. (1998) 'Seasonal reorganisation of subglacial drainage inferred from measurements in boreholes.' Hydrological Processes 12: 105-133.
  • Nienow, P., Sharp, M. and Willis, I. (1998) 'Seasonal changes in the morphology of the subglacial drainage system, Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23: 825-843.
  • Willis, I., Arnold, N., Sharp, M., Bonvin, J-M. and Hubbard, B. (1998) 'Mass balance and flow variations of Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland calculated using Digital Terrain Modelling techniques.' in: S.N. Lane, J.H. Chandler and K.S. Richards (eds) Landform monitoring, modelling and analysis. Chichester: Wiley, 343-362.

Research, Technical, College and Affiliated Staff.

A. BOHR

  • Bohr, A. (1998) Uzbekistan: politics and foreign policy. London: Royal Institiute for International Affairs
  • Smith, G.E., Law, V., Wilson, A., Bohr, A. and Allworth, E. (1998) Nation-building in the post-Soviet borderlands: the politics of national identities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 293pp.

S. BOREHAM

  • Boreham, S. (1998) Three-dimensional stratigraphic data representation using a personal computer. Quaternary Newsletter 84, 9-18

S. BOWEN

  • Bowen, S. and Bennett, R.J. (1998) Education business partnership survey: report of key findings. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Department of Geography, 24pp
  • Bowen, S. and Bennett, R.J. (1998) Training, education and business diversity: summary of key findings and policy implications. University of Cambridge, Department of Geography, 33pp

M. BURTON

  • Oppenheimer, C., Francis, P., Burton, M., Maciejewski, A. and Boardman, L. (1998) 'Remote measurement of volcanic gases by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy.' Applied Physics 67: 505-515.
  • Francis, P., Burton, M. and Oppenheimer, C. (1998) 'Remote measurements of volcanic gas compositions by solar FTIR spectroscopy.' Nature 396: 567-570.

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

  • Chisholm, M., Freeman, G. and Shaw, S. (1998) Rural poverty. Commissioned by Durham County Council. London: Local Identity Agency, 5 vols + Executive Summary.
  • Chisholm, M. and Thomas, D. (1998) 'Memorandum of Evidence.' in: Environment Committee of the House of Commons Local Government Finance: memoranda relating to the inquiry submitted to the Environment sub-committee. Session 1997-98, HC 1126. London: Stationery Office, 23-26

R.J. CHORLEY, Emeritus Professor of Geography

  • Amin, M.H.G., Hall, L.D., Chorley, R.J. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Infiltration into soils, with particular reference to its visualization and measurement by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).' Progress in Physical Geography 22: 135-165

A.R. DAVIES

  • Davies, A. (1998) 'Promoting participation: principles and practice.' in T. Ling (ed) Reforming health care by consent. Radcliffe Medical Press

R.A. DONKIN

  • Donkin, R.A. (1998) Beyond price - pearls and pearl fishing: origins and the Age of Discoveries. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 448pp

A.T. GROVE

  • Grove, A. (1998) 'Variability of African river discharges and lake levels.' in: G.Demaree, J. Alexander and M. de Dapper (eds) Tropical climatology, meteorology and hydrology in Memoriam Franz Bultot (1924-1995). Brussels: Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium and Royal Academy of Overseas Sciences, 470-478.

F.M.R. HUGHES

  • Barsoum, N. and Hughes, F.M.R. (1998) 'Regeneration response of Black Poplar to changing river levels.' in: Hydrology in a changing environment Volume 1 London: British Hydrological Society; Chichester: Wiley, 397-412.
  • Peterken, G.F. and Hughes, F.M.R. (1998) 'Limitations and opportunities for restoring floodplain forest in Britain.' in: R.G. Bailey, P.V. Jose and B.R. Sherwood (eds) United Kingdom Floodplains. London: Linnean Society; Fleet, Hants.: Westbury Publishing., 423-436.

I. MÖLLER

  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wind data, Monthly and annual windroses - Station 1 (54.00N 0.34E) and Station 2 (53.50N 0.74E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No: 00143173) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 78pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wind data, Monthly and annual windroses - Station 3 (3.25N 1.54E) and Station 4 (52.75N 2.34E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No: 00143173) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 78pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wind data, Monthly and annual windroses - Station 5 (52.25N 2.34E) and Station 6 (51.75N 1.54E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No: 00143173) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 78pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Coastal wind data, Monthly windroses - Shoeburyness, Hemsby and Spurn Head'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143173) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), 25 pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wave data, Monthly and annual wave roses (resultant, wind, and swell waves) - Station 1 (54.00N 0.34E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143174) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 233pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wave data, Monthly and annual wave roses (resultant, wind, and swell waves) - Station 2 (53.50N 0.74E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143174) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 233pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wave data, Monthly and annual wave roses (resultant, wind, and swell waves) - Station 3 (3.25N 1.54E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143174) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 233pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Modelled offshore wave data, Monthly and annual wave roses (resultant, wind, and swell waves) - Station 4 (52.75N 2.34E)'. Final Report (EA Contract No:000143174) Environment Agency (Anglian Region), i + 233pp.
  • Spencer T. and Möller I. (1998) 'Review of Anglian SMP further study recommendations'. Executive Summary, Final Report (EA Contract No: 000143321), Environment Agency (Anglian Region), v + 35pp.

P. MORVANT

  • Morvant, P. (1998) 'Russia: social sitaution stalbilises.' in: THE IEWS Annual Survey of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, 1997. New York: M.E. Sharpe.

L. NACHUM

  • Nachum, L. and Keeble, D. (1998) 'Agglomeration economies and the eclectic paradigm of foreign investment: a case study of transnational film companies in central London.' in: E.D. Jaffe, I.D. Nebenzahl and D. Te'eni (eds) International Business Strategies and Middle East Regional Cooperation Proceedings of the EIBA 24th annual conference, Jerusalem, December 13-15, 1998. Published on CD ROM.

D. PAYNE

  • Bennett, R.J. and Payne, D. (1998) Political decisions and negotiation: the example of Business Link: paper presented at IGU Commission on Geography and Public Administration, Cambridge, July 1998.

R.E. RANDALL

  • Randall, R.E. (1998) 'Vegetated shingle structures and shorelines.' in: J.H. Barne ... [et al.] Coasts and seas of the United Kingdom. Peterborough: JNCC, Region 1 - Shetland, 45-47; Region 7 - South-East England: Lowestoft to Dungeness, 48-52; Region 8 - Sussex: Rye Bay to Chichester Harbour, 41-43; Region 11 - The Western Approaches: Falmouth Bay to Kenfig; Regions 15 & 16 - North West Scotland: the Western Isles and West Highland, 62-64.

J.E. ROBINSON

  • Robinson, J. (1998) 'Book Aid International: vital lifeline or post-colonial patronage?' Cambridge University Libraries Information Bulletin N.S. 43, Michaelmas Term 1998, 5-9

P. ROBSON

  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P. (1998) 'External business advice and business links.' in: A.Cosh and A. Hughes (eds) Enterprise Britain: growth, innovation and public policy in the small and medium sized enterprise sector 1994-97. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, 56-66
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P.J.A. (1998) 'The market for external business advice services in Britain.' 21st ISBA Conference Proceedings. Celebrating the Small Business 22: 770-790.

J.H. SMITH

  • Smith J. (ed.) (1998) Environmental reporting in business - the state of the art. CIES seminar paper. Cambridge: University of Cambridge CIES
  • Smith J. (ed.) (1998) Environmental sustainability, health and social justice: building the links. CIES seminar paper. Cambridge: University of Cambridge CIES
  • Smith J. (ed.) (1998) Household waste minimisation. CIES seminar paper. Cambridge: University of Cambridge CIES
  • Smith J. (ed.) (1998) Managing sustainability dilemmas in the developing world. CIES seminar paper. Cambridge: University of Cambridge CIES
  • Smith J. (1998) 'The politics of public participation in local agency decision making.' in: T. Ling (ed.) Reforming health care by consent. Radcliffe Medical Press
  • Smith J. (ed.) (1998) Public participation in household energy conservation strategies. CIES seminar paper. Cambridge: University of Cambridge CIES

J. STARGARDT

  • Stargardt, J. (1998) 'Earth, rice and water: 'reading the landscape' as record of the history of Satingpra, South Thailand AD 300-1400.' in: R. Grove [et al.] (eds) Nature and the Orient: the environmental history of east and southeast Asia. Delhi; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 127-183.
  • Stargardt, J. (1998) 'Ubanization before Indianization at Beikthano, central Burma, c.1st century BC-3rd century AD?' in: P. Manguin (ed.) Southeast Asian archaeology 1994. Vol.1. Hull: University of Hull, Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, 125-138.

P.C. TZEDAKIS

  • Magri, D. and Tzedakis, P.C. (1998) 'Does vegetation sing an orbital tune?' Terra Nostra 98:6, 94-95.
  • Maslin, M., Sarnthein, M., Knaack, J.-J, Grootes, P. and Tzedakis, P.C.(1998) 'Intra-interglacial cold events: an Eemian-Holocene comparison.' in: A. Cramp, C.J. MacLeod, S.V. Lee and E.J.W. Jones (eds) Geological evolution of ocean basins: results from the ocean drilling program. London: Geological Society, 131: 91-99.
  • van Andel, T.H. and Tzedakis, P.C. (1998) 'Priority and opportunity: reconstructing the European Middle Palaeolithic climate and landscape.' in: J. Bailey (ed.) Science in archaeology: an agenda for the future . London: English Heritage, 37-45.

T.C. WHITMORE

  • Burslem, D.F.R.P., Whitmore, T.C. and Denmark, N. (1998) 'A thirty year record of forest dynamics from Kolombangara, Solomon Islands.' in: F. Dallmeier and J.A. Comiskey (eds) Forest biodiversity research, monitoring and modelling., Paris: UNESCO; Carnforth: Parthenon Publishing, 633-648
  • Newman, M.F., Burgess, P.F. and Whitmore, T.C. (1998) Manuals of dipterocarps for foresters, Borneo Island medium and heavy hardwoods. Edinburgh: Royal Botanic Garden; Jakarta: CIFOR.
  • Newman, M.F., Burgess, P.F. and Whitmore, T.C. (1998) Manuals of dipterocarps for foresters, Java to New Guinea. Edinburgh: Royal Botanic Garden; Jakarta: CIFOR.
  • Newman, M.F., Burgess, P.F. and Whitmore, T.C. (1998) Manuals of dipterocarps for foresters, Sumatra medium and heavy hardwoods. Edinburgh: Royal Botanic Garden; Jakarta: CIFOR.
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1998) 'Deforestation.' in: P. Calow (ed.) The encyclopaedia of ecology and environmental management. Oxford: Blackwell Science, 174
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1998) An introduction to tropical rain forests. 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1998) Palms of Malaya. 2nd ed. Bangkok: White Lotus Press.
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1998) 'Potential impact of climatic change on tropical rain forest seedlings and forest regeneration.' Climatic Change 39 429-438.
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1998) 'The phytogeography of Malesian Euphorbiaceae.' in: J. Dransfield, M.J.E. Coode and D.A. Simpson (eds) Plant diversity in Malesia III. Kew: Royal Botanic Gardens, 389-404
  • Whitmore, T.C. and Burslem D.F.R.P. (1998) 'Major disturbances in tropical rainforests.' in: D.M. Newbery, H.H.T. Prins and N. Brown (eds) Dynamics of tropical communities. Oxford: Blackwell Science, 549-565

Graduate Students

N. BARSOUM

  • Barsoum, N. and Hughes, F.M.R. (1998) 'Regeneration response of Black Poplar to changing river levels.' in: Hydrology in a changing environment Volume 1 London: British Hydrological Society; Chichester: Wiley, 397-412.

K.F. BRADBROOK

  • Bradbrook, K.F., Biron, P., Lane, S.N., Richards, K.S. and Roy, A.G. 1998 'Investigation of controls on secondary circulation and mixing processes in a simple confluence geometry using a three-dimensional numerical model.' Hydrological Processes 12:1371-1396.
  • Lane, S.N., Biron, P.M., Bradbrook, K.F., Butler, J.B., Chandler, J.H., Crowell, M.D., McLelland, S.J., Richards, K.S. and Roy, A.G. (1998) 'Three-dimensional measurement of river channel flow processes using acoustic doppler velocimetry.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23: 1247-1267
  • Lane, S.N., Bradbrook, K.F., Caudwell, S.W.B. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Mixing processes at river channel confluences: field-informed numerical modelling.' in: J.H.W. Lee, A.W. Jayawardena and Z.Y. Wang (eds) Environmental hydraulics. Rotterdam: Balkema, 345-350.

J.B. BUTLER

  • Butler, J.B., Lane, S.N. and Chandler, J.H. (1998) 'Assessment of DEM quality characterising surface roughness using close range digital photogrammetry.' Photogrammetric Record 16:271-291
  • Lane, S.N., Biron, P.M., Bradbrook, K.F., Butler, J.B., Chandler, J.H., Crowell, M.D., McLelland, S.J., Richards, K.S. and Roy, A.G. (1998) 'Three-dimensional measurement of river channel flow processes using acoustic doppler velocimetry.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23: 1247-1267

S.W.B. CAUDWELL

  • Lane, S.N., Bradbrook, K.F., Caudwell, S.W.B. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Mixing processes at river channel confluences: field-informed numerical modelling.' in: J.H.W. Lee, A.W. Jayawardena and Z.Y. Wang (eds) Environmental hydraulics. Rotterdam: Balkema, 345-350.

M.D. CROWELL

  • Lane, S.N., Biron, P.M., Bradbrook, K.F., Butler, J.B., Chandler, J.H., Crowell, M.D., McLelland, S.J., Richards, K.S. and Roy, A.G. (1998) 'Three-dimensional measurement of river channel flow processes using acoustic doppler velocimetry.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 23: 1247-1267

C.G. GLAISTER

  • Glaister, C.G. and Gibbard, P.L. (1998) 'Pollen stratigraphy of the Late Pleistocene marine sediments at Nørre Lyngby and Skagen, North Denmark.' Quaternary Science Reviews 17: 839-854.

J.C. GREEN

  • Green, J.C. and Richards, K.S. (1998) 'Investigation into the validity of resistance-discharge relationships for trailing aquatic plants.' in: H. Wheater and C. Kirby (eds) Hydrology in a changing environment. Vol. 1. Chichester: Wiley, 413-420.

HU, WEI

  • Hu, Wei (1998) Issues for sustaining Chinese agriculture. Land Use Policy 15(3): 167-170.
  • Hu, Wei (1998) Rural China: existing systems, farmers' behaviour, infrastructure and sustainable development. In Science of Resources and Environment and Technologies for Sustainable Development. Chinese Science and Technology Press, Beijing, 318-321 (in Chinese).
  • Hu, Wei (1998) Problems and counter-measures of houshold responsibility systems, land and agro-environment. Science and Technology Management, Science and Technology Management Press, Tianjin, 19(1): 36-37; 19(2): 40-41 (in Chinese).

A. JONES

  • Jones, A. 'Re-theorising the core: a 'globalized' business elite in Santiago, Chile.' Political Geography 17(3): 295-318

E.E. WATSON

  • Watson, E.E., Adams, W.M. and Mutiso, S.K. (1998) 'Indigenous irrigation, agriculture and development, Marakwet, Kenya.' Geographical Journal 164: 67-84

I.M. WATSON

  • Oppenheimer, C., P. Francis and I.M. Watson. (1998) 'Advanced Visible and Near Infrared Radiometer (AVNIR) observations of Mount Etna's aerosol plume.' International Journal of Remote Sensing 19: 2823-2828.
  • Young, S., Francis, P.W., Barclay, J., Casadevall, T.J., Gardner, C.A., Darroux, B., Davies, M.A., Delmelle, P., Norton, G.E., Maciejewski, A.J.H., Oppenheimer, C., Stix, J. and Watson, I.M., (1998) 'Monitoring SO2 emission at the Soufriere Hills volcano: implications for changes in eruptive conditions.' Geophysical Research Letters 25: 3681-3684.