Geoverse

  • Original Papers

    Geoverse ISSN 1758-3411

    The undergraduate research journal for geography.

  • Interpretation at Maltese World Heritage Sites: tensions between site authenticity and meeting diverse visitor needs
    Katie Evans and Phillippa Gatehouse, Department of Social Sciences, Oxford Brookes University
    The influence of debris on the ablation rate of the snowpack at the base of the Sulztal glacier, Austria
    J. Charge et al., School of Geography, University of Leeds
    Studentification: the impact on residents of an English city
    Matt Mosey, The University of Lincoln
    The Role of Primary School Education in Challenging the Geographies of Financial Exclusion
    Amy McAree, Loughborough University
    Changing geographies of retail: does the high street have a future?
    Rikhil Morjaria, University of Reading
    International retirement migrants and their sense of home: The case of Malta
    Alexandra Hamilton, Department of Social Sciences, Oxford Brookes University
    The Impact of Land Cover and Sea: Breeze on Blackpool’s Coastal Urban Heat Island
    Damon Waterworth, Department for Geography and Development Studies, University of Chester
    Establishing Depositional Coastal Landform Development through Particle Characteristics: A Case Study of the Marshland at Budleigh Salterton, Devon
    Harry West and Paolo Santarpino, Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of the West of England, Bristol
    ‘Hindus on a Rock’: A socio-geographical analysis of the Sindhi community of Gibraltar and its diaspora from modern-day Pakistan
    James Peck, Department of Social Sciences, Oxford Brookes University
    Why do you even lift: The reasons for men attempting to gain muscular physiques through working out in gyms in the North East of England
    Lewis Hill, Northumbria University
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