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    The Oxford Brookes University Undergraduate research journal for Geography.

    ISSN 1758-8022

    Determining the relationship between rock colour and the type of physical weathering on desert pavements in arid landscapes, Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.
    Ollie Swift, Department of Anthropology & Geography, Oxford Brookes University

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    Reflections on ‘My Deepest Hope’
    Midas Gordon-Farleigh, Department of Anthropology & Geography, Oxford Brookes University

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    An analysis of the Impact of the Gaia Theory on Ecology and Evolutionary Theory
    Elisabeth Rushton, Department of Anthropology & Geography and Anthropology, Oxford Brookes University

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    ‘Should we buy Organic?’
    Sophie Bennett, Department Anthropology & Geography, Oxford Brookes University

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    A Guide and Trail to Silchester’s Environment and History – exploring Silchester Common and the Roman Wall
    C.A. Pocock, Department Anthropology & Geography, Oxford Brookes University

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    Does the Culture and Practice of Allotment Holding within Oxford help to build a Sustainable Local Economy?
    Lorna Robinson, Department Anthropology & Geography, Oxford Brookes University

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    Can Government policy make the difference?: Analysis of the Long and Short-term prospects for Government Economic Policies to commercialise Carbon Capture and Storage, Biomass and reduced CO2 transport technologies in the UK
    Alastair Reed, Department Anthropology & Geography, Oxford Brookes University

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    Minerals, Landscapes and Heritage: A Museum Fieldtrail for KS4 Students
    Emma Hughes, Department Anthropology & Geography, Oxford Brookes University

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