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The past decade has seen a remarkable turn towards the cultural in human geography. This shift has been marked by a strange gap between theory and empirical practice. Radical though the turn to the cultural has been in reconstituting the ways that human geography thinks of itself as a discipline, its impact on ways that geographers actually do empirical(More)
Recreational running is increasingly widespread and could therefore be seen as the obvious target for those hoping to encourage greater public health through exercise. Existing qualitative research on this topic has, however, tended to focus on groups of highly committed runners. It is accordingly unclear whether their findings can be extrapolated to the(More)
The health benefits of physical activity are many and well known. Those hoping to promote public health are therefore understandably keen on encouraging physical exercise. This commentary considers the role of qualitative research in this undertaking, given a context in which medical researchers have more commonly taken a quantitative approach to the(More)
Environmental surveillance at the fence line of a low-level radioactive waste disposal site on the Nevada Test Site includes sampling for air particulates, radioiodines, tritium in atmospheric moisture, and airborne transuranics, plus an array of thermoluminescent dosimeters for measurement of external gamma exposures. The results obtained from this(More)
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