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Tolerance of ash, oak and beech seedlings grown within woodlands to herbicides for the control of bramble (Alice Holt)

The effect of dormant season applications of triclopyr on the growth and survival of young trees was investigated in two experiments using transplants grown for one season beneath a canopy of...

Paleoproterozoic McArthur Basin, SEDEX deposit, stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes (NERC Grant NE/V010824/1)

Organic carbon and bulk nitrogen isotope data for black shale samples from six different drill cores with varying distance from the major Zn ore body (HYC) in the McArthur basin. Data show trends...

National Exposure Database

National Exposure Database (NEDB) holds information for assisting HSE for the following reasons: (i) informed policy making such as occupational exposure limits (OELs); (ii) developing...

COVID-19 BAME Disproportionality presentations

Unequal impact of COVID-19: BAME disproportionality With the whole country and world waking up to the deeply entrenched structural equalities that have impacted the lives of our Black, Asian and...

Habitat point records from 1977-82 Smith Lewis & Harris littoral mollusc survey

The area covered in this report consists of a coastline which is very deeply dissected by many sea lochs. Three subdivisions are made within the area on the basis of typography. The northernmost of...

Species point records from 1977-82 Smith Lewis & Harris littoral mollusc survey

The area covered in this report consists of a coastline which is very deeply dissected by many sea lochs. Three subdivisions are made within the area on the basis of typography. The northernmost of...

Species point records from 1990 MNCR Loch Tarbert (Jura) survey

Loch Tarbert deeply bisects the south Hebridean island of Jura. It is a relatively small and shallow fiordic loch, some 11 km in length and 43 m at its deepest point. The loch is divided into three...

Habitat point records from 1990 MNCR Loch Tarbert (Jura) survey

Loch Tarbert deeply bisects the south Hebridean island of Jura. It is a relatively small and shallow fiordic loch, some 11 km in length and 43 m at its deepest point. The loch is divided into three...

Policy interviews on trypanosomiasis in Zambia, 2013

This resource contains anonymised policy interviews on trypanosomiasis in Zambia from 2013 conducted by Catherine Grant (Institute of Development Studies) and Noreen Machila (University of Zambia,...

Species point records from 1989 UMBSM Mull sealochs survey

The island of Mull, which is the second largest of the Scottish Inner Hebrides island group, has a deeply indented coastline containing nine sealochs and at least one other large embayment. The...

Habitat point records from 1989 UMBSM northern Firth of Clyde sealochs survey

The Cowal peninsula and mainland around the northern Firth of Clyde are deeply indented by six sealochs: Lochs Riddon, Striven, Goil, Long, the Holyloch and the Gareloch. The first two are...

Species point records from 1989 UMBSM northern Firth of Clyde sealochs survey

The Cowal peninsula and mainland around the northern Firth of Clyde are deeply indented by six sealochs: Lochs Riddon, Striven, Goil, Long, the Holyloch and the Gareloch. The first two are...

Habitat point records from 1989 UMBSM Mull sealochs survey

The island of Mull, which is the second largest of the Scottish Inner Hebrides island group, has a deeply indented coastline containing nine sealochs and at least one other large embayment. The...

Collections database

The Tate Collection Here we present the metadata for around 70,000 artworks that Tate owns or jointly owns with the National Galleries of Scotland as part of ARTIST ROOMS. Metadata for around...