The green lacewings of the world: a generic review (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae).
The Kimmeridge Clay Formation of The North Sea
The Kimmeridge Clay Formation and its equivalents of Callovian to early Ryazanian age are by far the most important oil source rocks of the northern North Sea area. The source rocks comprise marine…
The Rapismatidae (Neuroptera): montane lacewings of the oriental region
- P. Barnard
- 1 April 1981
Abstract. The rare neuropteran family Rapismatidae, known only from the highlands of India and Nepal, S.E. Asia and Indonesia, is reviewed, and the affinities of the family are discussed. Nine…
Source Rocks and Oils of the Central and Northern North Sea
Regional studies of the petroleum geochemistry of the central and northern North Sea have been based on analyses of field sections and samples from approximately 150 released well sections available…
Hydrocarbon generation, migration, alteration, entrapment and mixing in the Central and Northern North Sea
Abstract There is little doubt that sediments of Upper Jurassic to lowermost Lower Cretaceous age, particularly those of the Kimmeridge Clay Formation and its equivalents, are the source of the vast…
THERMAL MATURITY DEVELOPMENT AND SOURCE-ROCK OCCURRENCE IN THE RED SEA AND GULF OF ADEN
Detailed geochemical and geothermal studies have been carried out in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden in order to understand the regional distribution of source rocks through time, and the effects of…
The seasonality and distribution of Neuroptera, Raphidioptera and Mecoptera on oaks in Richmond Park, Surrey, as revealed by insecticide knock-down sampling
An analysis of the spatial distribution within the tree canopy indicated that some species show a marked preference to remain near the trunk, possibly for camouflage, and further work is needed on geographic variation in this group.
Identifying British Insects and Arachnids : an annotated bibliography of key works
- P. Barnard
This book bridges the gap, providing expert guidance through the taxonomic maze, and contains an introduction to each group of organisms, and over 2000 references selected as being the most useful and up-to-date for accurate identification.
Oxygen and carbon dioxide kinetic challenges for thermophilic mineral bioleaching processes.
- S. H. de Kock, P. Barnard, C. D. du Plessis
- Materials Science, EngineeringBiochemical Society Transactions
- 1 April 2004
The effects of various DO concentrations, in both the limiting and inhibitory ranges, on the microbial activity of Sulfolobus sp.