• Peatland Initiation, Carbon Accumulation, and 2 ka Depth in the James Bay Lowland and Adjacent Regions 

    Holmquist, James R.; MacDonald, Glen M.; Gallego-Sala, A (University of Colorado at Boulder, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research - Blue Policies in RoMEO, 2014)
    Peatlands surrounding Hudson and James Bays form the second largest peatland complex in the world and contain major stores of soil carbon (C). This study utilized a transect of eight ombrotrophic peat cores from remote ...
  • What Do Cities Have to Do with Democracy? 

    Barnett, Clive (Wiley, 2014)
    The relationship between urbanization and democratization remains under-theorized and under-researched. Radical urban theory has undergone a veritable normative turn, registered in debates about the right to the city, ...
  • Policy Transfer as Learning – Capturing Variation in What Decision-Makers Learn from Epistemic Communities 

    Dunlop, CA (Routledge, 2009-07-15)
    Almost two decades ago, Peter M. Haas formulated the epistemic community framework as a method for investigating the influence of knowledge-based experts in international policy transfer. Specifically, the approach was ...
  • Champ or chump? Challenge and threat states during pressurized competition. 

    Moore, Lee J.; Wilson, MR; Vine, SJ; Coussens, Adam H.; Freeman, P (Human Kinetics, 2013)
    The present research examined the immediate impact of challenge and threat states on golf performance in both real competition and a laboratory-based task. In Study 1, 199 experienced golfers reported their evaluations of ...
  • Comparative cognition for conservationists 

    Greggor, Alison L.; Clayton, Nicola S.; Phalan, Ben; Thornton, A (Elsevier, 2014)
    Every animal occupies a unique cognitive world based on its sensory capacities, and attentional and learning biases. Behaviour results from the interaction of this cognitive world with the environment. As humans alter ...

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