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Butt, Kevin Richard Collection and rearing of earthworms. Berichte der DBG (nicht begutachtete online Publikation) .
Butt, Kevin Richard Soil improvement and earthworms: Production and behavioural results since ISEE4. In: 9th International Symposium on Earthworm Ecology, 5th-10th September 2010, Xalapa, Mexico. (Unpublished)
Godfrey, H and Smith, JA IdentiFLY: A SNaPshot assay for the identification of forensically important Blowflies. Forensic Science International: Genetics . (Unpublished)
Morris, James, Orton, David and Barrett, James Stories from the city, stories from the sea. British Archaeology, 137 . pp. 30-35. ISSN 1357-4442
Redman, E, Packard, E, Grillo, V and Smith, JA Microsatellite analysis reveals marked genetic differentiation between Haemonchus contortus laboratory isolates and provides a rapid system of genetic fingerprinting. International Journal for Parasitology, 38 (1). pp. 111-122.
Schmidt, O, Jacob, M and Lowe, Christopher Nathan Isotopic analysis (C, N, S) of setae and soft tissues of Lumbricus terrestris reared on isotopically distinct diets. In: Soil Entomology and Ecology 2011 (SEE11), Joint Meeting of the Royal Entomological Society and the Soil Ecology Society, 14-16 September 2011, Plymouth, UK. (Unpublished)
Seetah, Krish and Maantoi, James To each, their own: the primacy of agency in decision making for carcass dismemberment in Maasai culture and the relevance to understanding past practices. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology . (Unpublished)
Seetah, Krish, Calaon, Diego and Caval, Sasa Of slaves and freedom in Mauritius. What historical and environmental archaeology can reveal about the legacy of colonialism. Antiquity . (Unpublished)
Toogood, Mark Engaging Publics: Biodiversity Data Collection and the Geographies of Citizen Science. Geography Compass . ISSN 1749-8198
Williams, Karl S Plastic Packaging: Not a Throw-away Resource. In: Waste As A Resource. In Issues in Environmental Science and Technology, 37 . Royal Society of Chemistry, London, pp. 83-109. ISBN 978-1-84973-668-8