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  • Minogue, Ruth; Foley, Karen; Collins, Tracy; Hennessy, Ronan; Doherty, Pat; Vaughan, Eilis; Black, Deirdre (Marine Institute, 2020-12)
    This is the final report of the Regional Seascape Character Assessment prepared for the Marine Institute. This report presents the Regional Seascape Character Areas along the entire Republic of Ireland coast. Seascape ...
  • Irwin, Sandra; Kelly, Daniel; Mitchell, Fraser; Wilso, Mark; Dietzsch, Anke; Coote, Linda; Graham, Conor; Barsoum, Nadia; Newman, Miles; Fuller, Lauren; Deady, Rob; Sharkey, Nova; Bourke, David; Jones, Mike; Scarrott, Rory; Kopke, Kathrin; Roig Cervera, David; Kelly, Tom; O'Halloran, John (COFORD, 2014-01)
    The four year BIOPLAN project ‘Implementation of an assessment and monitoring programme for biodiversity in Irish and British forests’ had the principal objective to identify ways in which forest policy and management can ...
  • Lim, Aaron; O'Reilly, Luke; Summers, Gerard; Harris, Kim; Shine, Andrew; Harman, Luke; Appah, John; Macedo, Larissa; Boyd, John; Anders, Bebhinn; Killeen, Orla; Conti, Luis; O'Brien, Martina (University College Cork, 2019-05)
    This survey focused on the maiden deployment of a number of novel, ROV-adapted lander systems in the Porcupine Bank Canyon (PBC) coral habitats, NE Atlantic. Cold water corals (CWCs) flourish on the Irish-Atlantic margin ...
  • Dawson, Ian K.; Attwood, Simon J.; Park, Sarah E.; Jamnadass, Ramni; Powell, Wayne; Sunderland, Terry; Kindt, Roeland; McMullin, Stepha; Hoebe, Peter N.; Baddeley, John; Staver, Charles; Vadez, Vincent; Carsan, Sammy; Roshetko, James M.; Amri, Ahmed; Karamura, Eldad; Karamura, Deborah; van Breugel, Paulo; Hossain, Md. Emdad; Phillips, Michael; Kumar, Ashok; Lillesø, Jens-Peter B.; Benzie, John A. H.; Sabastian, Gerhard E.; Ekesa, Beatrice; Ocimati, Walter; Graudal, Lars (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2019)
    Biodiversity supports sustainable food production, although recognition of its roles has been relatively neglected in the sustainable intensification literature. In the current study, the roles of biodiversity in sustainable ...
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