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Open Access research that responds to the COVID-19 pandemic...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content seeking to respond to the medical, scientific, economic and social emergencies arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers from across the Faculties of Science, Engineering, Business and the Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences (HaSS) are all contributing to improved human understanding of -- or solutions to -- the issues surrounding management of the pandemic and the post-pandemic recovery.

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Number of items: 4.

Article

Stillings, M. and Lunn, R. J. and Pytharouli, S. and Shipton, Z. K. and Kinali, M. and Lord, R. and Thompson, S. (2021) Microseismic events cause significant pH drops in groundwater. Geophysical Research Letters, 48 (2). e2020GL089885. ISSN 0094-8276

Kinali, M. and Pytharouli, S. and Lunn, R. J. and Shipton, Z. K. and Stillings, M. and Lord, R. and Thompson, S. (2018) Detection of weak seismic signals in noisy environments from unfiltered, continuous passive seismic recordings. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 108 (5B). pp. 2993-3004. ISSN 0037-1106

Book Section

Knapp, Charles and Turner, Ronnie and Salifu, Emmanuel and Khan, Sadia and Stillings, Mark and Tonner, Rebecca; Lone, Showkat Ahmad and Malik, Abdul, eds. (2020) Climate change : any dangers from antimicrobial resistant bacteria? In: Microbiomes and the Global Climate Change. Springer Nature, Singapore. ISBN 9789813345089 (In Press)

Conference or Workshop Item

Stillings, Mark and Shipton, Zoe and Lord, Richard and Lunn, Rebecca and Kinali, Marianna and Pytharouli, Stella and Thompson, Sally (2018) Tracing groundwater flow paths in fractured rock using naturally-occurring organic biomarkers. In: Goldschmidt 2018, 2018-08-12 - 2018-08-18.

This list was generated on Tue May 11 00:04:10 2021 BST.