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NATURE AND ORIGIN OF AN ALUMINOUS VERMICULITIC WEATHERING PRODUCT IN ACID SOILS FROM UPLAND CATCHMENTS IN SCOTLAND
A B S T R A C T: Vermiculitization of mica is one of the main weathering processes in soils from three upland catchments receiving various levels of acid deposition. Usually this process isExpand
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Variations in weathering processes and rates with time in a chronosequence of soils from Glen Feshie, Scotland
Chemical and mineralogical characteristics have been determined for a chronosequence of six soil profiles ranging in age from 80–13,000 years BP developed on river terraces in the western CairngormsExpand
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The effects of lead shot deposition on soils and crops at a clay pigeon shooting site in northern England
The impact of lead shot on soils and crops was examined at a clay pigeon shooting site in northern England. Topsoil cores were collected along a 300 m transect from the shooting range, and theExpand
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Lead in the Soils and Stream Sediments of an Urban Catchment in Tyneside, UK
This paper focuses on lead contamination in topsoils and stream sediments of public access areas in a largely urban UK catchment. It compares severity of contamination with accepted triggerExpand
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Soils and environment
This text examines the ways in which soils are both influenced by, and themselves influence, the environment. It analyzes the propeties, processes and classification of soils, before discussing soilsExpand
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Student-Produced Podcasts as an Assessment Tool: An Example from Geomorphology
The emergence of user-friendly technologies has made podcasting an accessible learning tool in undergraduate teaching. In a geomorphology course, student-produced podcasts were used as part of theExpand
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Tafoni in the El Chorro area, Andalucia, southern Spain
Using a combination of field, laboratory and micromorphological evidence, this study examines tafoni (singular, tafone) in the El Chorro area of Andalucia, southern Spain, and makes inferencesExpand
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Lead and zinc in the Wallsend Burn, an urban catchment in Tyneside, UK.
  • A. Mellor
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • The Science of the total environment
  • 26 March 2001
This paper examines lead and zinc concentrations in topsoils and stream sediments of public access areas in an urban catchment in Tyneside, UK. It examines the extent and severity of metalExpand
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Weathering in Scottish and Norwegian catchments
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Group work assessment: benefits, problems and implications for good practice
Group work has become increasingly important in higher education, largely as a result of the greater emphasis on skills, employability and lifelong learning. However, it is often introduced in aExpand
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