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  • Scriven, Richard; Langan, Vicky (SAGE Publications, 2019-12-06)
    This article reflects on audio methods and field recordings as means of examining how a cultural-spiritual space can be experienced by young people through an arts heritage project undertaken with primary school children ...
  • Scarrott, Rory; Cawkwell, Fiona; Jessopp, Mark; O'Rourke, Eleanor; Cusack, Caroline; de Bie, Kees (MDPI, 2019-10-31)
    Increases in the temporal frequency of satellite-derived imagery mean a greater diversity of ocean surface features can be studied, modelled, and understood. The ongoing temporal data “explosion” is a valuable resource, ...
  • Scriven, Richard; Langan, Vicky (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018-02)
    (Re)sounding holy wells was an artistic and cultural heritage project led by Vicky Langan, independent artist, and Dr Richard Scriven, Department of Geography, UCC, to imaginatively explore holy wells in Cork through ...
  • Holloway, Paul; Miller, Jennifer A. (Springer, 2014-09)
    As spatio-temporal movement data is becoming more widely available for analysis in GIS and related areas, new methods to analyze them have been developed. A step-selection function (SSF) is a recently developed method used ...
  • Scriven, Richard (Department of Geography, University College Cork, 2019-10)
    This project combined a podcast and audio workshop to explore the cultural and natural heritage role of the river Lee in the life of Cork city. It was co-led by Dr Richard Scriven, building on his work into local cultural ...

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