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Lead Researcher: Dr Penny Angold, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
...Birmingham Researchers: Dr Penny Angold and Dr Jon Sadler, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
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Gurnell, A.M., Bickerton, M.A., Angold
, P., Bell, D., Morrissey, I.P., Petts, G.E., Sadler, J.P. (1998) ‘Morphological and ecological change on a meander bend: the role of hydrological processes and the application of GIS', Hydrological Processes, 12, 981-993Angold, P.G. (1997) The impact of a road upon adjacent heathland vegetation: effects upon plant species composition, Journal of Applied Ecology, 34, 409-417.Angold
, P. G., Gurnell, A. M. and Edwards, P. J. (1996) Locational errors in maps of environmental variables and their implications for information extraction.Journal of Environmental Management 47
, 341-354. Gurnell, A.M., Angold, P.G. and Edwards, P.J. (1996) Extracting information from River Corridor Surveys, Applied Geography, 16, 1-19.
...Angold, P.G., Gurnell, A.M. and Edwards, P.J. (1996) Locational errors in maps from environmental surveys and their implications for information extraction, Journal of Environmental Management, 47, 341-354.
Research Team: Phillip Hulme (CEH), Jon Sadler (U of B), Penny Angold (U of B), James Bullock (CEH) - £160,548.
Research Team: Penny Angold, Jon Sadler, Andrew Pullin (U of B), Mark Hill (CEH), Steven Rushton (Newcastle), Ken Thompson (Sheffield) - £306,040.
, PG, Sadler, J.P., MO Hill, A Pullin, S Rushton, K Austin, E Small, B Wood, R Wadsworth, R Sanderson, & K Thompson (2006) Biodiverisity of urban habitat patches.