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Civil & Environmental Engineering hosts the Centre for Intelligent Infrastructure which harnesses techniques from a variety of sciences and engineering in order to solve problems surrounding safety and resilience of structures supporting energy generation, waste storage, transportation and urban infrastructure. The wider Department also demonstrates specialisms in ground engineering and energy geosciences, as well as environmental sustainability.

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2020

Morgera, Elisa and Ntona, Maria and Geelhoed, Miranda; Techera, Erika and Lindley, Jade and Scott, Karen N. and Telesetsky, Anastasia, eds. (2020) European environmental law. In: Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780367209247

Ntona, Maria and Schröder, Mika (2020) Regulating oceanic imaginaries : the legal construction of space, identities, relations, and epistemological hierarchies within marine spatial planning. Maritime Studies, 19. 241–254. ISSN 1872-7859

2018

Morgera, Elisa and Ntona, Maria (2018) Seize the Moment : Towards Fairer Capacity Building and Marine Technology Transfer. [Report]

Ntona, Maria and Morgera, Elisa (2018) Connecting SDG 14 with the other sustainable development goals through marine spatial planning. Marine Policy, 93. pp. 214-222. ISSN 0308-597X

Morgera, Elisa and Ntona, Maria (2018) Linking small-scale fisheries to international obligations on marine technology transfer. Marine Policy, 93. pp. 295-306. ISSN 0308-597X

Morgera, Elisa and Ntona, Maria (2018) Brexit and the Environment. [Report]

Geelhoed, Miranda and Ntona, Maria; Busby, Nicole and , Rebecca Zahn, eds. (2018) Environmental Protection and Law. In: Studying EU Law in Scotland during and after Brexit. Scottish Universities' Legal Network on Europe, Glasgow, pp. 62-68.

2017

Diz, Daniela and Morgera, Elisa and Ntona, Maria (2017) Background Information Document for the CBD Expert Workshop to Develop Options for Modifying the Description of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas, for Describing New Areas, and for Strengthening the Scientific Credibility and Transparency of this Process (5-8 December 2017, Berlin). [Report]

Morgera, Elisa and Ntona, Mara (2017) Connecting SDG 14 with the other Sustainable Development Goals through Marine Spatial Planning. Working paper. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Morgera, Elisa and Ntona, Mara (2017) Linking Small-Scale Fisheries to International Obligations on Marine Technology Transfer. Working paper. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Ntona, Maria; Morgera, Elisa and Razzaque, Jona, eds. (2017) Technology transfer. In: Biodiversity and Nature Protection Law. Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law . Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 358-369. ISBN 9781783474240

Morgera, Elisa and Cardesa-Salzmann, Antonio and Geelhoed, Miranda and Ntona, Mara (2017) Contribution of the EU Birds and Habitats Directives to Nature Protection in Scotland. [Report]

2016

Cardesa-Salzmann, A. and Combe, M.M. and Geelhoed, M. and McHarg, A. and Ntona, M. and Reid, C.T. and Roger, A. and Sindico, F. and Switzer, S. (2016) The implications of Brexit for environmental law in Scotland. [Report]

Morgera, Elisa and Cardesa-Salzmann, Antonio and McHarg, Aileen and Geelhoed, Miranda and Ntona, Mara (2016) Rights protected under EU law concerning the environment. [Report]

Ntona, Mara (2016) A Legal Perspective on the Value of Scotland's EU Membership for Sustainable Fisheries. [Report]

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