Browsing by Title

Welcome to CORA the Cork Open Research Archive

Browsing by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Yurchenko, Vladimir; Murphy, John Anthony; Barton, John; Verheggen, Jaap; Rodgers, Kenneth (Horizon House, 2008)
    Dual-layer frequency-selective subwavelength grid polarizers on thin-film dielectric substrates are proposed for THz and sub-THz applications. The dual-layer grids possess enhanced (squared) polarizing efficiency at a ...
  • McCarthy, J. P. (Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 2003)
    The townland of Dunisky (Dún Uisce, 'water fort', see Ó Murchadha 2001, 98) is situated about 2.5 miles to the SE of Macroom, Co. Cork (Ill. 1). It is also the Civil Parish of Dunisky, and is located in the Barony of West ...
  • McCarthy, J. P. (W. S. Maney & Son Ltd, 2011-03-01)
    The early years of the eighteenth century Irish port town, Cork saw an expansion of its city limits, an era of reconstruction both within and beyond the walls of its Medieval townscape and a reclamation of its marshlands ...
  • Schellekens, Harriët; Clarke, Gerard; Jeffery, Ian B.; Dinan, Timothy G.; Cryan, John F. (PLOS, 2012-03-20)
    The central serotonergic signalling system has been shown to play an important role in appetite control and the regulation of food intake. Serotonin exerts its anorectic effects mainly through the 5-HT1B, 5-HT2C and 5-HT6 ...
  • Murphy, Raegan (2008-04)
    Dynamic assessment’s history stretches back to antiquity but its formal beginnings are more recent. The dynamic assessment movement, inspired largely by the works of Binet, Vygotsky and Feuerstein, has coalesced into a ...
  • Walsh, Brian (University College Cork, 2014)
    The standard early markers for identifying and grading HIE severity, are not sufficient to ensure all children who would benefit from treatment are identified in a timely fashion. The aim of this thesis was to explore ...
  • Woods, David (Cambridge University Press, 1991-12)
    Claudian's carm. min. 50 which is addressed ‘In Jacobum Magistrum Equitum’ has recently been the subject of a detailed study by J. Vanderspoel. In it he reviews what little we know about the career of Jacobus using as his ...
  • O'Donovan, Sinéad Margaret (University College Cork, 2014)
    Eczema prevalence rates among Irish infants are unreported, despite eczema being the most common inflammatory condition of infancy. Maternal and infant nutritional status including vitamin D and other fat-soluble vitamins ...
  • Feehan, John (University College Cork, 2013)
    A proactive risk management strategy seeks to prevent accidents from taking place and maintain the safety of a system. In this context, the task of identifying and disseminating early warning signs and signals is among the ...
  • Horgan, Mary; Douglas, Francis G. (Taylor & Francis, 1995)
    This paper highlights the differences and similarities between a Kindergarten outside Bremen in Lower Saxony, Germany and a Primary School Junior Infant Class in County Cork, Republic of Ireland. Both are concerned with ...
  • Woods, David (Medieval Academy of Ireland, 2005)
    There is good reason to doubt the soundness of a record in the Irish annals of an earthquake in Britain in 664. It appears that a metaphorical reference to a disturbance in the church there, namely, the contentious synod ...
  • Aylward, Patrick (University College Cork, 2015)
    In this thesis I have set out to trace the echoes of existentialism in the work of the Mexican novelist, Carlos Fuentes scrutinizing, in particular, La región más transparente, La muerte de Artemio Cruz and Cambio de piel. ...
  • Goldstein, Emily Anne (University College Cork, 2014)
    The rise in invasive species, together with habitat destruction, is associated with worldwide declines in biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Management of invasive species, as well as amelioration of invasion impacts, ...
  • Haigh, Amy Josette (University College Cork, 2011)
    This study on the ecology of Irish hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus) has provided information on detection techniques, home range, habitat selection, hedgehog prey, nesting, courtship, genetics, road mortality, parasites, ...
  • Sleeman, David Patrick (University College Cork, 1987)
    The Irish stoat, Mustela erminea hibernica (Thomas and Barrett-Hamilton), has been regarded as an intermediate between the British stoat and the weasel. In this study Irish stoats, mainly from road casualties, were collected ...
  • Kelleher, Katherine M. (University College Cork, 2005-10)
    Over the last 30 years, western European Song Thrush populations have declined with the steepest decline recorded on British farmland. Changes in agricultural practices have been implicated in these population declines. ...
  • McCarthy, Moira (University College Cork, 2013)
    A small proportion of harmful algae produce toxins which are harmful to human health. Strict monitoring programmes are in place within Ireland and the EU to effectively manage risk to human consumers of shellfish species ...
  • Editorial 
    Shanneik, Yafa; Kapalό, James (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork, 2015)
  • Editorial 
    Kapalό, James; Shanneik, Yafa (ISASR in association with the Study of Religions, University College Cork., 2014)