Items where Subject is "G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GC Oceanography"

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2020

Baranowski, Ulrike Katharina ORCID: 0000-0003-3177-5936 (2020). Greenhouse climate – insights from early and middle Eocene stratigraphic and palaeoclimatic reconstructions of the Rockall Trough, NE Atlantic. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Ridha, Dana Noory (2020). Miocene deep-sea benthic foraminifera from ODP sites 752, 1139 and 1168 (Southern Indian Ocean). University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

2018

Nasser, Fatima (2018). Exposure matters: effects of environmentally realistic exposure conditions on toxicity of model nanomaterials to Daphnia Magna. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

2016

Mullen, Caroline (2016). An investigation into the effects of drought and drought recovery on macroinvertebrate communities. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

2015

Dingwall, Lucie Melanie (2015). Marine remote sensing and seabed characterisation techniques for investigating submerged landscapes off the northwest coast of Qatar. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.

2014

Andreev, Plamen Stanislavov (2014). The early evolutionary history of sharks and shark-like fishes. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

2012

Jibrin, Babangida (2012). Relations between fault surface morphology and volume structure: 3-D seismic attribute analysis deepwater Niger Delta fold and thrust belt. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Kettle, Simon (2012). Resedimented carbonates from the Jurassic of Mallorca. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.

2010

Concannon-Banner, Lucy Jane (2010). A Modelling study of the atmospheric role of iodine in the Coastal Marine Boundary Layer. University of Birmingham. M.Phil.

1979

Abbotts, Ian Lloyd (1979). A field, petrological and geochemical study of the Masirah Ophiolite, Oman. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

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