Items where Subject is "G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > G Geography (General)"
Number of items at this level: 10.
Chester, David K. and Duncan, Angus M. (2009) The Bible, theodicy and Christian responses to historic and contemporary earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Environmental Hazards: Human and Policy Dimensions, 8 (4). pp. 304-332. ISSN 1878-0059 (Online); 1747-7891 (Print)
Chester, David K. and Duncan, Angus M. (2007) Lieutenant-Colonel Delme-Radcliffe's report on the 1906 eruption of Vesuvius, Italy. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 166 (3-4). pp. 204-216. ISSN 0377 0273
Chester, David K. and Duncan, Angus M. (2010) Responding to disasters within the Christian tradition, with reference to volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. Religion, 40 (2). pp. 85-95. ISSN 0048-721X
Coutinho, Rui; Chester, David K.; Wallenstein, Nicolau and Duncan, Angus M. (2010) Responses to, and the short and long-term impacts of, the 1957/1958 Capelinhos volcanic eruption and associated earthquake activity on Faial, Azores. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 196 (3-4). pp. 265-280. ISSN 0377-0273
Hoshen, Moshe B. and Morse, Andrew P. (2004) A weather-driven model of malaria transmission. Malaria Journal, 3 . Article Number: 32. ISSN 1475-2875
Jones, Andy; Wort, Ulrika Uddenfeldt; Morse, Andrew P; Hastings, Ian M and Gagnon, Alexandre S (2007) Climate prediction of El Niño malaria epidemics in north-west Tanzania. Malaria Journal, 6 . Article Number: 162. ISSN 1475-2875
Abdul Hamid, Nor Faizah (2010) Development of molecular tools for the characterisation of foot-and-mouth disease virus strains circulating in Southeast Asia. Masters thesis, University of Liverpool.
MacLeod, David (2013) Quantifying uncertainty in climate-driven disease risk predictions. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
Raftopoulos, Malayna (2013) Questioning the principles of sustainable tourism development: a case study of Cocachimba, Peru. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
Sangster, Heather (2013) Hazard responses in the pre-industrial era: vulnerability and resilience of traditional societies to volcanic disasters. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
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