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Annual Report 1999: Publications and Research Interests

Annual Report 1999: Publications and Research Interests


Academic Staff 1999

W.M. ADAMS, M.A., M.Sc., PhD., Reader in the Geography of Conservation and Development, Fellow of Downing College

Bill Adams works on the relationships between society and environment, particularly on conservation, resources and development in Africa, and on wildlife conservation in the UK.

  • Adams, W.M. (1999) 'Sustainability'.' in: P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin (eds.) Introducing human geographies, London: Arnold, 125-132
  • Adams, W.M. and Perrow, M. (1999) 'Scientific and institutional constraints on floodplain restoration. in: S. Marriot, J. Alexander and R. Hey (eds.) Floodplains: interdisciplinary approaches London: Geological Society Special Publications 163: 89-97
  • Mortimore. M. and Adams, W.M. (1999) Working the Sahel: environment and society in northern Nigeria London: Routledge, 226 pp.
  • Thomas, D.H.L. and Adams, W.M. (1999) 'Adapting to dams: agrarian change downstream of the Tiga Dam, northern Nigeria.' World Development 27: 919-935

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., Lambeck, K and Van Andel, Tj. (1999) 'Topographic, ice sheet and sea level boundary conditions for the Stage 3 project climate modelling experiments.' Proceedings of the XVth INQUA Conference, Durban, South Africa, August 1999. Abstract.
  • Jones, H and Arnold, N. (1999) 'Modelling the entrainment and transport of suspended sediment in subglacial hydrological systems.' Glacial Geology and Geomorphology.
  • Van Andel, Tj. and Arnold. N. (1998) Input explanations: sea level and Fennoscandian ice sheet. Stage 3 Project Working Paper, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. 19pp.

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 during the nineteenth century.

  • Baker, A.R.H. (1999) Fraternity among the French peasantry: sociability and voluntary associations in the Loire Valley, 1915-1914. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 373pp
  • Baker, A.R.H. (1999) 'French remembrances of past periods, places and people.' Journal of Historical Geography 25: 559-564
  • Baker, A.R.H. (1999) 'Historical geographies of England and Wales 1925-1995.' in : Y. Ben-Artzi, I. Bartal and E. Reiner (eds.) Studies in geography and history: essays in honour of Yehoshua Ben-Arieh. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 33-62
  • Baker, A.R.H. (1999) 'Megjegyzések a történeti geográfia és az Annales történeti iskola közötti kapscolatokról.' in L. Timár (ed.) A brit gazdaság és társadalom a XVIII-XIX században. Debrecen, 13-36
  • Baker, A.R.H. (1999) 'Reflections on the relations of historical geography and the Annales School of history.' in: S. Clark (ed.) The Annales School: critical assessments; vol.II London: Routledge, 96-129
  • Baker, A.R.H. (1999) 'Sociabilité et associations fraternelles dans le Loir et Cher, 1815-1914.' Annales de Géographie 108: 300-304.
  • Baker, A.R.H. (1999) 'Some English images of the French peasantry 1789-1915.' in: J.R. Pitte and A-L. Sanguin (eds.) Géographie et liberté: mélanges en hommage à Paul Claval. Paris: Editions Harmattan, 213-224.

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 indigenous resource management practices, past and present, in tropical rain forests, coastal environments, islands and coasts and mountains with a regional specialisation in Melanesia and northern Scandinavia.

  • Bayliss-Smith, T.P. (1999) 'Comments on “Intensification in the Pacific” by Helen M. Leach'. Current Anthropology 40: 323-324.
  • Bayliss-Smith, T.P. and Golson, J. (1999) 'The meaning of ditches: deconstructing the social landscapes of New Guinea, Kuk, Phase 4'. in: C.Gosden and J. Hather (eds.) The Prehistory of food. appetites for change. London: Routledge, 199-231.
  • Bayliss-Smith, T.P. and Mulk, I.M (1999) 'Sailing boats in Padjelanta: Sámi rock art engravings from the mountains in Laponia, northern Sweden'. Acta Borealia 16: 3-41.
  • Bayliss-Smith, T, and Mulk, I.M (1999) 'Sámi rock engravings from the mountains in Laponia, northern Sweden.' Folklore (The Institute of Estonian Language, Tartu) 11: 70-112. Also on internet, http://haldjas.folklore.ee/folklore/vol11/sami.htm

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 SMEs and the agencies involved in regional and local economic development.

  • Bennett, R.J., Graham, D.J. and Bratton, W.J.A. (1999) 'The location and concentration of businesses in Britain: business clusters, business services, market coverage and local economic development.' Transaction Institute of British Geographers: 24: 393-420.
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P.J.A. (1999) 'The use of external advice by SMEs in Britain.' Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 11: 155-180.
  • Bennett, R.J. (1999) 'Explaining the membership of sectoral business associations.' Environment and Planning A 31: 877-898.
  • Bennett, R.J. (1999) 'Business routes of influence in Brussels: exploring the choice of direct representation.' Political Studies XLVII: 240-257.
  • Bennett, R.J. (1999) 'Business associations: their potential contribution to government policy and the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises.' Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 17: 593-608.
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P.A. (1999) 'Intensity of interaction in supply of business advice and client impact: a comparison of consultancy, business associations and government support initiatives for SMEs.' British Journal of Management: 10: 351-369 [also working paper 142 Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, 47pp]
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P.J.A. (1999) 'Business link: use, satisfaction and comparison with business shop and business connect.' Policy Studies 20(2): 107-132.
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P.J.A. (1999) 'Central government support to SMEs compared to Business Link, Business Connect and Business Shop and the prospects for the Small Business Service.' Regional Studies 33: 779-787.
  • Bennett, R.J., Robson, P.J.A. and Bratton, W.J.A.(1999) 'Business link: the influence of BL structure and local context on use and client assessment of impact and satisfaction.' 22nd ISBA National Small Firm Conference: European Strategies, Growth and Development, 99-128.
  • Bennett, R.J. and Payne, D. (1999) 'Territorial reform of central-regional-local government relations: the implications for power relations of regional development agencies in England.' in: K-D Henke (ed) Öffentliche Finanzen zwischen Wachstum und Verteilung Baden-Baden: Nomos, 67-84 [Europäische Schriften zu Staat und Wirtschaft, Band 3]
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P.J.A. (1999) The market for external business advice services in Britain. Working Paper Series no.123, Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research, 24pp

A.D. CLIFF, M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.B.A., Professor of Theoretical Geogaphy, Fellow of Christ's College; Head of Department

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.

  • Smallman-Raynor, M.R and Cliff, A.D. (1999) 'The spatial dynamics of epidemics in war and peace: Cuba and the insurrection against Spain, 1895-98.' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 24: 331-52
  • Smallman-Raynor, M.R., Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P., Stroup, D.F.and Williamson, G.D. (1999) 'The US National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS): spatial and temporal patterns in final amendments to provisional disease counts: the examples of hepatitis A and B, 1980-92.' Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 5: 68-83.

*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.

*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.S. (1999) 'Complicity and resistance in the colonial archive: some issues of method and theory in historical geography.' Historical Geography 27: 119-128

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.

  • Boreham, S., Gibbard, P.L. and Field, M.H. (1999) 'Middle Pleistocene interglacial deposits at Tye Green, Stansted, Essex, England.' Journal of Quaternary Science 14: 207-222.
  • Briant, R.B. and Gibbard, P.L. (1999) 'Fluvial responses to rapid climate change during the Devensian (Weichselian): Nene and Welland Valleys, United Kingdom.' in: Book of abstracts, International Union of Quaternary Research, XV Congress, Durban, South Africa, 31.
  • Gibbard, P.L. (1999) 'Richard Hey: gentleman geologist.' Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. 110: 83-92.
  • Gibbard, P.L. (1999) 'The Thames valley and tributaries.' in: D.Q Bowen (ed.) A revised correlation of the Quaternary deposits in the British Isles. Special Report no.23 London: Geological Society, 45-58.
  • Gibbard, P.L. and Preece, R.C. (1999) 'Southern England.' in: D.Q. Bowen (ed.) A revised correlation of the Quaternary deposits in the British Isles. Special Report no.23 London: Geological Society 59-65.
  • Gibbard, P.L. and van Kolfschoten, Th. (eds) (1998) The Eemian; local sequences, global perspectives. volume of abstracts SEQS Symposium, 6-11 September 1998 Kerkrade, The Netherlands,. 95 pp
  • Glaister, C.G. and Gibbard, P.L. (1998) 'Late Pleistocene glacial Ð interglacial sequences in Denmark'. in: P.L Gibbard. and Th. van Kolfschoten, (eds) The Eemian; local sequences, global perspectives. volume of abstracts SEQS Symposium, 6-11 September 1998 Kerkrade, The Netherlands, p.95.
  • Richards, A., Gibbard, P.L. and Pettit, M.E. (1999) 'Early and Middle Pleistocene deposits at Thorrington, Suffolk, England.' Geological Magazine 136: 453-464..

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 high techology industries (particularly biotechnology and pharmaceuticals) and their role in regional economic performance, local labour markets and urban regeneration.

  • Gray, M. and Markusen, A. (1999) 'Colorado Springs: a military anchored ciy in transition.' in: A. Markusen, Y-S Lee and S. Di Giovanna (eds.) Second tier cities: rapid growth outside the metropole in Brazil, South Korea, Japan and the United States. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press,
  • Gray, M. (1999) 'New Jersey prospects: the pharmaceutical industry in a new age.' in: J. Dunning (ed.) New Jersey in a globalizing economy. New Brunswick, NJ: Faculty of Management, Rutgers University
  • Gray, M., Golob, E and Markusen, A. (1999) 'Reconsidering Silicon Valley.' in: A. Markusen, Y-S Lee and S. Di Giovanna (eds.) Second tier cities: rapid growth outside the metropole in Brazil, South Korea, Japan and the United States. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press,
  • Markusen, A. and Gray, M. (1999) 'Industrial clusters and regional development in New Jersey.' in: J. Dunning (ed.) New Jersey in a globalizing economy. New Brunswick, NJ: Faculty of Management, Rutgers University

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., 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) 'Beyond the borders: globalization, sovereignty and extra-territoriality.' Geopolitics 3(1): 89-105 [appeared in 1999]
  • Hudson, A. (1999) 'Offshores onshore: new regulatory spaces and real historical places in the landscape of global money', in R. Martin (ed.) Money and the space economy. London, Wiley, 139-154

A.R. INGRAM, M.A .Ph.D, Joint Assistant Lecturer and Fellow of Sidney Sussex College

Alan Ingram is a political geographer. His main current interest is in the geopolitics of the post-Soviet states. Other research interests include geopolitics in Eurasia more generally, geopolitical thought in Russia, and the political geography of Russian identity and nationalism.

  • Ingram, A. (1999) '“A nation split into fragments”: the congress of Russian communities and Russian nationalist ideology'. Europe-Asia Studies 51(4):687-704.

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. (1999) 'Demography and industrialisation: a geographical overview.' in: A. Brandstrom and L G Tedebrand (eds) Industrialisation and the epidemiologic transition. Umea: Demographic Data Base, 1999, 3-27
  • Kearns, G. (1999) 'Graham Smith (1953-99): an appreciation.' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 24: 495-500

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.

  • Bryson, J., Henry, N., Keeble, D. and Martin, R. (eds) (1999) The economic geography reader: producing and consuming global capitalism. Wiley: Chichester, 481 pp
  • Keeble, D. (1999) 'Urban economic regeneration, SMEs and the urban-rural shift in the United Kingdom.' in: E. Wever (ed) Cities on the threshold of the 21st Century. Utrecht: Utrecht Urban Research Centre
  • Keeble, D., Lawson, C., Moore B. and Wilkinson, F. (1999) 'Collective learning processes, networking and 'institutional thickness' in the Cambridge region.' Regional Studies 33: 319-332
  • Keeble, D. and Wilkinson, F. (1999) 'Collective learning and knowledge development in the evolution of regional clusters of high-technology SMEs in Europe.' Regional Studies 33: 295-303
  • Keeble, D. and Wilkinson, F. (eds) (1999) Networking and collective learning in regionally-clustered high-technology SMEs in Europe. Final Report to DG XII, European Commission. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 144 pp
  • Keeble, D. and Wilkinson, F. (eds) (1999) 'Regional networking, collective learning and innovation in high-technology SMEs in Europe.' special issue of Regional Studies 3(4): 295-400
  • Nachum, L. and Keeble, D. (1999) A Marshallian approach to the eclectic paradigm of foreign investment: the clustering of film TNCs in central London. Working Paper 119. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 51 pp
  • Nachum, L. and Keeble, D. (1999) Neo-Marshallian nodes, global networks and firm competitiveness: the media cluster of central London. Working Paper 138. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research, 60 pp.

*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.

  • West, J.J., Hope, C. and Lane, S.N. (1999) 'Climate change through energy policy: isolating the impacts and implications of aerosols'. Energy Policy. ??

*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.

  • Bryson, J., Henry, N., Keeble, D. and Martin, R.L. (eds.) (1999) The reader in economic geography: producing and consuming global capitalism. London: Wiley, 451pp
  • Corbridge, S, Martin, R.L. and Thrift, N. (eds.) (1999) Dinhiero, poder e espaçio. Rio de Janeiro: Fundaçao Editora da UNESP, 334p. (translation of Money, power and space.)
  • Martin, R.L. (1999) 'The economic geography of money.' in: R.L. Martin (ed.) Money and the space economy London: Wiley, 3-28
  • Martin, R.L. (1999) The new 'economic geography': challenge or irrelevance?' Transactions of the Insitiute of British Geographers 24(4): 385-390
  • Martin, R.L. (1999) 'The new 'geographical turn' in economics: some critical reflections.' Cambridge Journal of Economics 23:63-91
  • Martin, R.L. (1999) 'Geography and public policy: outline of a manifesto.' Progress in Human Geography ??
  • Martin, R.L. (ed.) (1999) Money and the space economy London: Wiley, 340p
  • Martin, R.L. (1999) 'A new look for a new era.' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 24(1):3-4
  • Martin, R.L. (1999) 'Regional wage rigidity: the European Union and the United States compared.' European Economic Review ??
  • Martin, R.L. (1999) 'Selling off the state: privatisation, the equity market and the geographies of private shareholding.' in: R.L. Martin (ed.) Money and the space economy London: Wiley, 260-283
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1999) 'La géographie économique de Paul Krugman.' in: G. Benko and A. Lipietz (eds.) Villes et régions: crises et croissance. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, ??
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1999) 'Nouvelles tendances en géographie économique.' in: G. Benko (ed.) Les chemins du développment régional. Paris: L'Harmattan, 120-141
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1999) 'Slow convergence?: post neo-classical endogenous growth theory and regional development.' Economic Geography ??
  • Martin, R.L. and Sunley, P. (1999) 'Unemployment flow regimes and regional unemployment disparities.' Environment and Planning A 31: 523-550
  • Martin, R.L., Tyler, P. and Baddeley, M. (1999) 'Dispersion and persistence in European regional unemployment.' European Urban and Regional Studies ??

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. (1999) Gender, identity and place: understanding feminist geographies. Cambridge: Polity, 294p
  • McDowell, L. (1999) 'Gender, place and scale: a comment' Geoforum 30: 233-5
  • McDowell, L. and Sharp, J.P. (eds.) (1999) A feminist glossary of human geography. London: Arnold, 382p

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.

  • Delmelle, P, Baxter, P., Beaulieu, A., Burton, M., Francis, P., Garcia-Alvarez, J., Horrocks, H., Navarro, M., Oppenheimer, C., Rothery, D., Rymer, H., St. Amand, K., Stix, J., Strauch, W., and Williams-Jones, G. (1999) 'Origin, effects of Masaya volcano's continued unrest probed in Nicaragua.' EOS Transactions of American Geophysical Union 80(48): 575, 579, 581.
  • Harris, A.J.L., Flynn, L.P., Rothery, D.A., Oppenheimer, C. and Sherman, S.B. (1999) 'Mass flux measurements at active lava lakes: implications for magma recycling.' Journal of Geophysical Research 104, 7117-7136.
  • Horrocks, L., Burton, M., Francis, P. and Oppenheimer, C. (1999) 'Stable gas plume composition measured by OP-FTIR spectroscopy at Masaya volcano, Nicaragua, 1998-1999.' Geophysical Research Letters 26: 3497-3500.
  • Lagmay, M.A., Pyle, D.M., Dade, B. and Oppenheimer, C. (1999) 'The control of crater morphology on flow path direction of Soufriere-type pyroclastic flows.' Journal of Geophysical Research 104: 7169-7181.
  • Watson, I.M.and Oppenheimer, C. (1999) 'Remote sensing of the optical properties of tropospheric volcanic aerosol plumes.' Journal of Aerosol Science 30(1): S561-S562.

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 environmental policy process; land-use planning and environmental sustainability; and the political development of environmentalism. She is a member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution.

  • Owens, S. and Rayner, T. (1999) '“When knowledge matters”: the role and influence of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution.' Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 1(1): 7-24
  • Owens, S. ...[et al.] (1999) Your place and mine: reinventing planning. Report of the TCPA Inquiry into the Future of Planning. London: TCPA, 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. (1999) 'Embodying national identities: mestizo men and white women in Ecuadorian racial-national imaginaries.' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 24: 213-225.
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) 'Entangling resistance, ethnicity, gender and nation in Ecuador.' in: J Sharp, P Routledge, C Philo and R Paddison (eds) Entanglements of power: geographies of domination/resistance. London: Routledge, 164-181
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) (Ed.) 'Latina Labour: new directions in gender and work in Latin America', collection of 7 theme articles, Environment and Planning A 30(2): 196-208
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) 'Latina Labour: restructuring of work and renegotiations of gender relations in contemporary Latin America.' Introduction to Latina Labour collection, Environment and Planning A 30 (2): 1-13
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) 'Popular and state discourses of power.' in: D Massey et al. (eds) Human geography today. Cambridge: Polity Press,.219-242.
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) 'Race and domestic service: migration and identity in Ecuador.' in: J Momsen (ed.) Gender, migration and domestic service. London: Routledge, 83-97
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) 'Race, gender and class: questions of identity and representation.' in: R Gwynne and C Kay (eds) Latin America 2000: globalization and modernity. London: Arnold, 203-223
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) 'Re-imagining the nation: community, difference and national identities among indigenous and mestizo provincials in Ecuador.' Environment and Planning A 30(1): 37-52 'Community' issue J. Silk (ed.).
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) 'Re-thinking development.' in: P Cloke, P Crang and M Godwin (eds.) Introducing Human Geographies. London: Arnold, 84-91
  • Radcliffe, S.A. (1999) 'Entries for: L McDowell and J Sharp (eds.) A feminist glossary for geographers. London: Arnold.
  • Radcliffe, S.A. and Westwood, S.(1999) 'Re-Haciendo la Nacion: lugar, identidad y politica en America Latina. Quito: Abya-Yala. (Spanish translation of 1996 book)

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

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.

  • Lane. S.N., Bradbrook. K.F., Richards, K.S., Biron, P.M. and Roy, A. (1999) 'Time-averaged flow structure in the central region of a stream confluence.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 24: 361-367
  • Lane, S.N., Bradbrook, K.F., Richards, K.S., Biron, P.A. and Roy, A.G. (1999) 'The application of computational fluid dynamics to natural river channels: three-dimensional versus two-dimensional approaches.' Geomorphology 29: 1-20
  • Lane, S.N., Richards, K.S., Sinha, S. and Wu, S-Y. (1999) 'Screw the lid tighter?: water pollution and the enforcement of environmental regulation in less developed countries.' in: S.T. Trudgill, D.E. Walling and B.W. Webb (eds.) Water quality: processes and policy Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, 233-255
  • Richards, K.S. (1999) 'The magnitude-frequency concept in fluvial geomorphology: a component of a degenerating research programme?' Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementband 118: 1-15

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

Graham Smith's research focused on the restructuring of the post-Soviet states and Eastern Europe, including issues of nationalism, ethnic relations and ethnoregional movements.

  • Smith, G.E. (1999) 'The masks of Proteus: Russia, geopolitical shift and the new Eurasianism.' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 24: 481-494
  • Smith, G.E. (1999) The post-Soviet states: mapping the politics of transition London: Arnold, 271p

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.

  • Agnew, C. and Spencer, T. (1999) 'Editorial: Where have all the physical geographers gone?' Transactions, Institute of British Geographers 24: 5-9.
  • Cannell, M.G.R., Milne, R., Hargreaves, K.J., Brown, T.A.W., Cruickshank, M.M., Bradley, R.I., Spencer, T., Hope, D., Billett, M.F., Adger, W.N. and S Subak, S. (1999) 'National inventories of terrestrial carbon sources and sinks: The UK experience.' Climatic Change 42: 505-530.
  • Möller, I., Spencer, T. and Buckby, T. (1999) 'ECoS3.' Geocal 20: 28-31.
  • Möller, I., Spencer, T., French, J.R., Leggett, D.J. and Dixon, M. (1999) 'Wave transformation over salt marshes: A field and numerical modelling study from North Norfolk, England.' Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 49: 411-426.
  • Reed, D.J., Spencer, T., Murray, A.L., French, J.R. and Leonard, L. (1999) 'Marsh surface sediment deposition and the role of tidal creeks: Implications for created and managed coastal marshes.' Journal of Coastal Conservation 5: 81-90.
  • Spencer, T. (1999) 'Coastal erosion.' in: M.Pacione (ed) Applied geography London: Routledge, 109-123.
  • Spencer, T. (1999) 'Coral reefs and global climatic change: thresholds, variability and uncertainty.' Current Topics in Wetland Biogeochemistry 3: 28-43.

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.

  • Trudgill, S.T. (1999). Environmental Education, Ethics and Citizen Conference held at the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), 20 May, 1998. Introduction, and Postscript. Ethics, Place and Environment, 2,1, 81 - 82, 87 - 89.Ethics Place and Environment.
  • Trudgill, S.T, Walling, D.E., and Webb, B.W. (eds.) (1999). Water quality: processes and policy. Chichester: John Wiley.

B. VIRA, M.A., M.Phil., University Assistant Lecturer, Fellow of Fitzwilliam College. Executive Secretary of the University of Cambridge Committee for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies (CIES).

Bhaskar Vira's research has examined the process of institutional and policy reform in India's forest sector, especially since the 1970s. A three-year collaborative research project titled “The Future of India: Population, Environment and Human Development” seeks to highlight the importance of governance and institutions in the context of environmental change in the developing world. He has also written on international trade and the environment, and on North-South issues in the context of environmental decision making.

  • Vira, B. (1999) 'Implementing Joint Forest Management in the field: towards an understanding of the community-bureaucracy Interface.' in R:. Jeffery and N. Sundar (eds.) A new moral economy for India's forests? Discourses of community and participation. New Delhi: Sage, 254-75.

E.E. WATSON, B.Sc., Ph.D., Joint Assistant Lecturer, Fellow of Newhnam College.

Elizabeth Watson's research interests broadly concern social and cultural change, natural resource management and agriculture, particularly in Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya and Mozambique). Her specific research interests include religious conversion, conflict, post-conflict reconstruction, and the relationship between these processes and environmental management practices.

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.

  • Knap, W.H., Brock, B.W., Oerlemans, J. and Willis, I.C. (1999) 'Comparison of Landsat TM-derived and ground-based albedos of Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland.' International Journal of Remote Sensing 20(17): 3293-3310.

Research, Technical, College and Affiliated Staff

H.D. ALLEN

  • Allen, H. (1999) 'Wetland ecosystem changes: Boca do Rio, Portugal.' International Union of Quaternary Research, XV Congress, Durban, South Africa. Book of abstracts, 6.

*A. BOHR
S. BOREHAM

  • Boreham, S., Gibbard, P.L. and Field, M.H. (1999) 'Middle Pleistocene interglacial deposits at Tye Green, Stansted, Essex, England.' Journal of Quaternary Science 14: 207-222.
  • Boreham, S. & Horne, D.C. (1999) 'The role of thermokarst and solution in the formation of Quidenham Mere, Norfolk, compared with some other Breckland meres. Quaternary Newsletter 87: 16-27.

A.CHEPSTOW-LUSTY

  • Chepstow-Lusty, A. (1998-9) 'Reconstructing the world of the Inca: lessons from the past for the future.' The Magazine of the Cambridge Society No.43, Winter: 59-61.
  • Chepstow-Lusty, A. (1999) 'Trees, terraces and irrigation: revitalizing the Andean landscape.' World Development: Aid and Foreign Direct Investment 1999/2000: 109/110.
  • Chepstow-Lusty, A., Ehlers, J. and Linke, G. (1999) 'The evolution of the island of Neumark, Elbe Estuary, North Sea.' Journal of Coastal Research 15: 1132-1144.

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

  • Chisholm, M. (1999) 'Central control of local expenditure.' editorial for themed issue. Public Money and Management 19(3): 3-5
  • Chisholm, M. (1999) 'He who pays the piper calls the tune.' Journal of Local Government Law 2: 95-100
  • Chisholm, M. (1999) 'Government control of local authority expenditure.' Review (Public Management and Policy Association) 4, Feb.: 1-6
  • Chisholm, M. (1999) 'Overview: central control of local expenditure.' in: Local Government Information Unit Managing the public's money: a local perspective. London: Local Government Information Unit, 4-9
  • Connolly, C. and Chisholm, M. (1999) 'The use of indicators for targeting public expenditure: the Index of Local Deprivation.' Environment and Planning C 17(4): 463-482

*R.J. CHORLEY, Emeritus Professor of Geography

*A.T. GROVE
M.J. HEAD

  • Borel, C. M., Guerstein, G.R., Head, M.J., Stutz, S. and Prieto, A.R. (1999) 'Holocene dinoflagellate cysts and other algal remains from the Laguna Hinojales, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, and their palaeoecological significance.' Fourth Open Science Meeting, LOICZ (Land-Ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone), Bah'a Blanca, Argentina, November 15-18, Program and Abstracts, p. 106.
  • Head, M.J. (1999) 'The Late Pliocene St. Erth Beds of Cornwall: a review of the palynology and reappraisal of the dinoflagellates.' in:, J. Scource and M.F.A. Furze (eds.) The Quaternary of West Cornwall. Field Guide, Durham: Quaternary Research Association, 88-92.
  • Head, M.J. (1999) Pliocene dinoflagellates of the North Atlantic region: their biostratigraphy, ecology and versatility. Invited talk given at the Université du Québec Montréal (March, 17) and at the University of Oklahoma, Norman OK (March, 22) - abstracts distributed via internet
  • Head, M.J. and N¿hr-Hansen, H. (1999) 'The extant thermophilic dinoflagellate Tectatodinium pellitum (al. Tectatodinium rugulatum) from the Danian of Denmark.' Journal of Paleontology 73: 577-579.
  • Head, M.J. and Westphal, H. (1999) 'Palynology and paleoenvironments of a Pliocene carbonate platform: the Clino Core, Bahamas.' Journal of Paleontology, 73: 1-25.
  • Rochon, A., de Vernal, A., Turon, J.-L., Matthiessen, J. and Head, M.J. (1999) Distribution of recent dinoflagellate cysts in surface sediments from the North Atlantic Ocean and adjacent seas in relation to sea-surface paramaters. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists, Contributions Series, No. 35, p. 1-146. [is this the whole thing or does it have and editor and collective title?]
  • Westphal, H., Reijmer, J.J.G. and Head, M.J. (1999) 'Input and diagenesis on a carbonate slope (Bahamas): response to morphologic evolution and sea-level fluctuations.' in P.M. Harris, A.H. Saller, and T. Simo (eds.) Advances in Carbonate Sequence Stratigraphy - Application to reservoirs, outcrops and models. SEPM Special Publication 63 ??PLACE: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), 247-274.

I. MÖLLER

  • Möller I, Spencer T., French J.R., Leggett D. and Dixon M. (1999) 'Wave transformation over salt marshes: a field and numerical modelling study from North Norfolk, England.' Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 49: 411-426.
  • Southgate H.N. and Möller I. (1999) 'Time series analysis of bathymetric data from Duck, NC, USA.' in: PACE – Final Scientific Report, Part 1: Abstracts-in-depth. MAS3-CT95-0002

*P. MORVANT

B.C. PARRY

  • Parry, B.C. (1999) 'The fate of the collections: social justice and the annexation of plant genetic resources.' in: C. Zerner (ed.) People, plants and justice New York: Columbia University Press
  • Parry, B.C. (1999) Definitions contributed to L. McDowell and J. Sharp (eds.) A feminist glossary of human geography. London: Edward Arnold, 2,3,4,5,6,15, 64,102,103,122,123,149,150.

P. ROBSON

  • Bennett, R. and Robson, P. (1999) 'Business Link: service use, satisfaction and comparison with Business Shop and Business Connect.' Policy Studies, 20(2): 107-131.
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P.J.A. (1999, Forthcoming) 'Intensity of interaction in supply of business advice and client impact: a comparison of consultancy, business associations and government support initiatives for SMEs.' British Journal of Management
  • Bennett, R. and Robson, P. (1999) The market for external business advice services in Britain. Working Paper 123 Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research
  • Bennett, R.J. and Robson, P.J.A. (1999) 'The use of external business advice services by SMEs in Britain.' Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 11: 155-180.
  • Bennett, R.J., Robson, P.J.A. and Bratton, W.J.A. (1999) 'Business Link: the influence of BL structure and local context on use and client assessment of impact and satisfaction.' 22nd ISBA National Small Firms Policy and Research Conference Small Firms: European Strategies, Growth & Development, Leeds, 17-19th November.
  • Dex, S., Robson, P. and Wilkinson, F. (1999) 'Low pay and social exclusion: a cross-national comparison.' Work, Employment and Society 13(3): 503-524.
  • Robson, P.J.A. and Bennett, R.J. (1999) 'Central government support to SMEs compared to Business Link, Business Connect and Business Shop and the prospects for the small business service.' Regional Studies 33(8): 779-787.
  • Robson, P. and Bennett, R. (1999) The use and impact of business advice by SMEs in Britain: an empirical assessment using logit and ordered logit models. Working Paper 143 Cambridge: University of Cambridge, ESRC Centre for Business Research.
  • Robson, P., Dex, S., Wilkinson, F. and Salido, O. (1999) 'Low pay in Europe and the USA: evidence from harmonised data.' European Journal of Industrial Relations 5(2): 187-207.

*J.H. SMITH
*J. STARGARDT

P.C. TZEDAKIS

  • Frogley, M.R., Tzedakis, P.C. & Heaton, T.H.E. (1999) 'Climate variability in NW Greece during the last interglacial.' Science 285: 1886-1889.
  • Tzedakis, P.C. (1999) 'The last climatic cycle at Kopais, central Greece.' Journal of the Geological Society, London 155: 425-434.
  • Tzedakis, P.C., Andrieu, V., de Beaulieu, J.-L., Crowhurst, S., Follieri, M., Hooghiemstra, H., Magri, D., Reille, M., Sadori, L., Shackleton, N.J. & Wijmstra, T.A. (1999) '0.5-million year pollen records from southern Europe.' Past Global Changes Newsletter 99-3: 14-15.

T.C. WHITMORE

  • Burslem, D.F.R.P. and Whitmore, T.C. (1999) 'Species diversity, susceptibility to disturbance and tree population dynamics in tropical rain forest.' Journal of Vegetation Science 10: 767-76.
  • Newman, M.F., Burgess, P.F. and Whitmore, T.C. (1999) Foresters' CD-ROM Manual of Malesian Dipterocarps Edinburgh: Royal Botanic Garden.
  • Newman, M.F., Burgess, P.F. and Whitmore, T.C. (1999) Pedoman identifikasi pohon-pohon Dipterocarpaceae, Jawa sampai Niugini. Bogor: Prosea.
  • Newman, M.F., Burgess, P.F. and Whitmore, T.C. (1999) Pedoman identifikasi pohon-pohon Dipterocarpaceae, Pulau Kalimantan. Bogor: Prosea
  • Newman, M.F., Burgess, P.F. and Whitmore, T.C. (1999) Pedoman identifikasi pohon-pohon Dipterocarpaceae, Sumatera. Bogor: Prosea
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1999) 'Arguments on the forest frontier.' Biodiversity & Conservation 8: 865-8.
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1999) 'Ecological characteristics and environmental functions of tropical rain forests.' in: Regional seminar on forests of the humid tropics of south and southeast Asia. Colombo. 57-68.
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1999) 'The new forestry.' Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14: 500-1.
  • Whitmore, T.C. (1998). A pantropical perspective on the ecology that underpins management of tropical secondary rain forests. in: M.R. Guarigueta and B. Finegan (eds.) Ecology and management of tropical secondary forest., Turrialba: CATIE

Graduate Students

R.M. BRIANT

  • Briant, R.B. and Gibbard, P.L. (1999) 'Fluvial responses to rapid climate change during the Devensian (Weichselian): Nene and Welland Valleys, United Kingdom.' in: Book of abstracts, International Union of Quaternary Research, XV Congress, Durban, South Africa, 31.
  • Briant, R.M., Rose, J., Branch, N.P., and Lee, J.A., (1999). '“Pre-glacial”Quaternary sediments from Trimingham, North Norfolk, England.' Bulletin of the Geological Society of Norfolk 49: 15-47.

L. CAMERON

  • Cameron, L. (1999) 'Histories of disturbance.' Radical History Review 74: 2-24.
  • Cameron, L. and Forrester, J. (1999) 'A nice type of the English scientist: Tansley and Freud.' History Workshop Journal 48: 64-100.
  • Forrester, J. and Cameron, L. (1999) '”Cure with a defect”: a previously unpublished letter by Freud concerning Anna.' International Journal of Psychoanalysis 80(5): 929-942

C.J. KEYLOCK

  • Keylock, C.J., McClung, D.M. amd Magnusson, M.M. (1999) 'Avalanche risk by simulation.' Journal of Glaciology 45: 303-314
  • Keylock, C.J. and Domaas, U. (1999) 'Evaluation of topographical models of rockfall travel distance for use in hazard applications.' Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 31: 312-320
  • Keylock, C.J. (1999) 'Towards an interpretation of historical droughts in Northern Nigeria: a commentary on a paper by Aondover Tarhule and Ming-Ko Woo.' Climatic Change 41: 2599-260

B. DAHIYA

  • Dahiya, B. (1999) 'The impact of decentralization policies in India.' Habitat Debate 5(4): 25.

N.P.A.S. JOHNSON

  • Oxford, J.S., Sefton, A., Jackson, R., Johnson, N P A S & Daniels, R S (1999), 'Who's that lady?' Nature Medicine 5(12), 1351-1352

D. KOSTOVICOVA

  • Kostovicova, D. (1997) 'Parallel worlds: response of Kosovo Albanians to loss of autonomy in Serbia, 1989-1996.' Keele European Research Centre: Research Papers.
  • Kostovicova, D. [et al.] (1998) 'The Kosovo educational system' in: Southeast Europe educational initiatives and co-operations for peace, mutual understanding, tolerance and democracy. Graz: Center for the Study of Balkan Societies and Cultures
  • Kostovicova, D. (1999) 'Bombs against democracy.' Red Pepper, July 1999
  • Kostovicova, D. [et al.] (1999) 'Growing protest in Serbia: is Milosevic doomed?' Strategic Comment - International Institute for Strategic Studies 5(8).
  • Kostovicova, D. (1999) (co-editor and contributor) Kosovo: myth, conflict, war. Keele, UK: Keele European Research Centre.
  • Kostovicova, D. (1999) 'Kosovo's piece must start on separate paths.' The Washington Post, 12 September 1999
  • Kostovicova, D. (1999) 'Kosovo's schools like microcosm of Serb-Albanian Conflict' KRITIKA § KONTEXT, Casopis kritickeho myslenia/ Journal of critical thinking, IV(2):, [Bratislava, Slovakia]
  • Kostovicova, D. (1999) 'Segregation in Kosovo: separate and unequal' (provisional title) in: W.J. Buckley (ed.) Kosovo crises (provisional title), Ann Arbor, Mi.;Cambridge, UK: Eerdman's Press forthcoming

S.S.S. LAU

  • Lau, S.S.S. and Chu, L.M. (1999) 'Contaminant release from sediments in a coastal wetland.' Water Research 33(4): 909-918
  • Lau, S.S.S. and Chu, L.M. (1999) 'The significance of sediment contamination in a coastal wetland, Hong Kong, China.' Water Research 34(2): 379-386.
  • Lau, S.S.S. (1999) 'The significance of temporal variability in sediment quality for contamination assessment in a coastal wetland.' Water Research 34(2): 387-394.
  • Lau, S.S.S. and Chu, L.M. (1999) 'Water quality degradation at the Mai Po Marshes Nature Reserve (Hong Kong): with reference to nutrient enrichment.' Hydrobiologia 403: 195-203.