Items where Department is "Faculty of Science and Technology > Lancaster Environment Centre" and Year is 1984
Number of items: 9.
Clark, Gordon (1984) Innovation diffusion : contemporary geographical approaches. Concepts and Techniques in Modern Geography . Geo Books, Norwich. ISBN 0 86094 168 X
Evans, David E and Smith, Aileen R and Taylor, Jane and Halo, Michael A (1984) Ethylene metabolism in Pisum sativum L. : Kinetic parameters, the effects of propylene, silver and carbon dioxide and comparison with other systems. Plant Growth Regulation, 2 (3). pp. 187-195. ISSN 0167-6903
Maher, Barbara and Oldfield, Frank (1984) A mineral magnetic approach to erosion studies. In: Drainage Basin Erosion and Sedimentation. ANU E Press.
Oldfield, Frank and Higgitt, Sandra and Maher, Barbara and Appleby, Peter and Scoullos, M (1984) A new intergrative methodology for desertification studies based on magnetic and short-lived radio-isotope measurements. In: Desertification in Europe. Reidel. ISBN 978-9027722300
Paul, Nigel and AYRES, P G (1984) Effects of rust and post-infection drought on photosynthesis, growth and water relations in groundsel. Plant Pathology, 33 (4). pp. 561-569.
Pooley, Colin G. (1984) Residential differentiation in Victorian cities : a reassessment. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Se. pp. 131-144.
Pooley, Colin G. and Irish, Sandra (1984) The development of corporation housing in Liverpool, 1869-1945. Lancaster University, Centre for N.W. Regional Studies, Resource Paper . Centre for North West Regional Studies, Lancaster University, Lancaster. ISBN 0901272086
Pooley, M. E. and Pooley, C. G. (1984) Health, society and environment in nineteenth-century Manchester. In: Urban disease and mortality in nineteenth-century England. Batsford, London, pp. 148-175. ISBN 0713437073
WALTERS, D R and Paul, Nigel and AYRES, P G (1984) Effects of Mildew and Nitrogen on Grain Yield of Barley Artifically Infected in the Field. Annals of Botany, 54 (1). pp. 145-148. ISSN 1095-8290