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  • Clearance of ingested neonicotinoid pesticide (imidacloprid) in honey bees (Apis mellifera) and bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) 

    Cresswell, JE; Robert, FXL; Florance, H; Smirnoff, N (Wiley, 2013-08-09)
    BACKGROUND: Bees in agricultural landscapes are exposed to dietary pesticides such as imidacloprid when they feed from treated mass-flowering crops. Concern about the consequent impact on bees makes it important to understand ...
  • 'Clearly Necessary', 'Wonderful' and 'Engrossing'? Mass observation correspondents discuss forensic technologies 

    Wilson-Kovacs, Dana (SAGE, 2014-08-15)
    This article explores the perspectives of Mass Observation (MO) correspondents on crime investigation and application of forensic technologies in police work. Using the Panel's replies to two distinct, independently ...
  • Cleopatra 

    Gallaher Ltd. (2009-11-10)
  • Cleopatra: the laughing queen 

    Readers Library Publishing Co. Ltd; Barrington (2009-11-10)
  • Cleopatra: the laughing queen 

    Readers Library Publishing Co. Ltd; Barrington (2009-11-10)
  • Clerks and Scriveners: Legal Literacy and Access to Justice in Late Medieval England 

    Bevan, Kitrina Lindsay (University of ExeterSchool of Law, 2013-03-20)
    Provincial town clerks and scriveners have hitherto been a neglected subject in the historiography of the legal profession, yet as this thesis demonstrates, they contributed significantly to medieval England’s legal and ...
  • Climate Adaptation in Fragmented Governance Settings: the Consequences of Reform in Public Administration 

    den Uyl, R; Russel, DJ (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-10-11)
    The impact of dominant trends in public administration such as decentralisation and privatisation on complex collective challenges is insufficiently understood. This is relevant in settings where climate change impacts ...
  • Climate and fragmentation affect forest structure at the southern border of Amazonia 

    Reis, SM; Marimon, BS; Marimon Junior, BH; Morandi, PS; Oliveira, EAD; Elias, F; Neves, ECD; Oliveira, BD; Nogueira, DDS; Umetsu, RK; Feldpausch, TR; Phillips, OL (Taylor & Francis, 2018-04-26)
    The remaining forests in the extensive contact zone between southern Amazonia (seasonal rain forest) and the Cerrado (savanna) biomes are at risk due to intense land-use and climate change. Aims: To explore the vulnerability ...
  • Climate and security: Evidence, emerging risks, and a new agenda 

    Gemenne, F; Barnett, J; Adger, W. Neil; Dabelko, GD (Springer Verlag (Germany), 2014-02-22)
    There are diverse linkages between climate change and security including risks of conflict, national security concerns, critical national infrastructure, geo-political rivalries and threats to human security. We review ...
  • Climate Change and Buildings: The Impact on Human Health 

    Shorthouse, Edward (University of ExeterPhysics, 2015-09-08)
    The health risks posed by hot weather are growing as increasingly frequent extreme weather is brought about by climate change. People spend upwards of 80% of time indoors and so human health is largely dependent on the ...
  • Climate change and cities: problem structuring methods and critical perspectives on low-carbon districts 

    Yearworth, M; Freeman, R (Elsevier, 2016-12-22)
    Cities around the world have set climate change mitigation targets, yet actions to implement these targets have so far proved inadequate. Better methodology is needed to support this impetus for action. Problem structuring ...
  • Climate change and crop exposure to adverse weather: changes to frost risk and grapevine flowering conditions 

    Mosedale, J; Wilson, RJ; Maclean, IMD (Public Library of Science (PLOS), 2015-10-23)
    The cultivation of grapevines in the UK and many other cool climate regions is expected to benefit from the higher growing season temperatures predicted under future climate scenarios. Yet the effects of climate change on ...
  • Climate change and health 

    Thomas, F (Elsevier, 2016-11-19)
    This paper provides an overview of the environmental, demographic, economic and social context in which climate change is occurring, and assesses its impacts on human health and wellbeing at primary, secondary and tertiary ...
  • Climate change and pollution speed declines in zebrafish populations 

    Brown, A. Ross; Owen, Stewart F; Peters, James; Zhang, Yong; Soffker, Marta; Paull, Gregory C; Hosken, David J; Wahab, M Abdul; Tyler, Charles R. (National Academy of Sciences, 2015-03-17)
    Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are potent environmental contaminants, and their effects on wildlife populations could be exacerbated by climate change, especially in species with environmental sex determination. ...
  • Climate change and the British Uplands: evidence for decision-making 

    House, JI; Orr, Harriet G.; Clark, Joanna M.; Gallego-Sala, Angela V.; Freeman, Chris; Prentice, I. Colin; Smith, Pete (Inter Research, 2010)
    We summarise the work of an interdisciplinary network set up to explore the impacts of climate change in the British Uplands. In this CR Special, the contributors present the state of knowledge and this introduction ...
  • Climate change and the global pattern of moraine-dammed glacial lake outburst floods 

    Harrison, S; Kargel, JS; Huggel, C; Reynolds, J; Shugar, DH; Betts, RA; Emmer, A; Glasser, N; Haritashya, UK; Klimeš, J; Reinhardt, L; Schaub, Y; Wilyshire, A; Regmi, D; Vilímek, V (European Geosciences Union (EGU) / Copernicus Publications, 2017-10-24)
    Despite recent research identifying a clear anthropogenic impact on glacier recession, the effect of recent climate change on glacier-related hazards is at present unclear. Here we present the first global spatio-temporal ...
  • Climate change and the global pattern of moraine-dammed glacial lake outburst floods 

    Harrison, S; Kargel, JS; Huggel, C; Reynolds, J; Shugar, DH; Betts, RA; Emmer, A; Glasser, N; Haritashya, UK; Klimes, J; Reinhard, L; Schaub, Y; Wiltshire, A; Regmi, D; Vilímek, V (European Geosciences Union (EGU) / Copernicus Publications, 2018-04-09)
    Despite recent research identifying a clear anthropogenic impact on glacier recession, the effect of recent climate change on glacier-related hazards is at present unclear. Here we present the first global spatio-temporal ...
  • Climate change and visual imagery 

    O'Neill, SJ; Smith, N (Royal Meteorological Society / Royal Geographical Society / Wiley, 2014-02)
    Many actors—including scientists, journalists, artists, and campaigning organizations—create visualizations of climate change. In doing so, they evoke climate change in particular ways, and make the issue meaningful in ...
  • Climate change impacts and adaptive strategies: lessons from the grapevine 

    Mosedale, JR; Abernethy, KE; Smart, RE; Wilson, RJ; Maclean, IMD (Wiley, 2016-07-02)
    The cultivation of grapevines for winemaking, known as viticulture, is widely cited as a climate-sensitive agricultural system that has been used as an indicator of both historic and contemporary climate change. Numerous ...
  • Climate change impacts on Caribbean coral reefs: reef accretion and scope for acclimation through symbiont genetic diversity 

    Kennedy, Emma Victoria (University of ExeterBiosciences, 2013-04-11)
    Caribbean coral reefs are in crisis. Degradation of living coral and fish assemblages has accelerated during the past half century, with a suite of anthropogenic drivers –from local fishing pressure to unprecedented global ...