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The Value and Opportunities of Community- and Citizen-based Approaches to Tropical Forest Biodiversity Monitoring

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Chandler, M., See, L., Andrianandrasana, H., Becker, D., Berardi, A., Bodmer, R., …Williams, J. N. (2017)
The Value and Opportunities of Community- and Citizen-based Approaches to Tropical Forest Biodiversity Monitoring. In B. Mora, M. Paganini, S. Luque, M. Gill, R. Jongman, & Z. Szantoi (Eds.), A Sourcebook of Methods and Procedures for Monitoring Essential Biodiversity Variables in Tropical Forests with Remote Sensing, 223-281. N/A: GOFC-GOLD & GEO-BON
The biodiversity sourcebook is accessible in pdf format for free from: •GOFC-GOLD Land Cover Office website: http://www.gofcgold.wur.nl/sites/gofcgold-geobon_biodiversitysourc...

Mixed-Methods Research in Education: Exploring Students' Response to a Focused Feedback Initiative

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Scoles, J., Huxham, M., & McArthur, J. (2013)
Mixed-Methods Research in Education: Exploring Students' Response to a Focused Feedback Initiative. In Sage Research MethodsSAGE Publications. doi:10.4135/978144627305013514690
Researchers who are interested in asking a number of questions about a particular phenomenon are increasingly looking to mixed methods as a useful research approach. In this c...

Feedback Unbound: from master to usher.

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McArthur, J., & Huxham, M. (2012)
Feedback Unbound: from master to usher. In S. Merry, M. Price, D. Carless, & M. Taras (Eds.), Reconceptualising Feedback In Higher EducationRoutledge
A major theme of this book is that feedback should encourage dialogue; between students and lecturers, amongst peers and individually, as a form of self-critique and reflectio...

Seasonal dynamics of soil carbon dioxide flux in a restored young mangrove plantation at Gazi Bay

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Kirui, B., Huxham, M., Kairo, J. G., Mencuccini, M., & Skov, M. W. (2009)
Seasonal dynamics of soil carbon dioxide flux in a restored young mangrove plantation at Gazi Bay. In Advances in Coastal Ecology : People, Processes and Ecosystems in Kenya, 122-130. African Studies Centre
Soil carbon dioxide (CO2) flux or soil respiration includes respiration from roots (autotrophic respiration) and soil micro-organisms (heterotrophic respiration) and is a majo...

Aquatic insects: challenges to populations

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J. Lancaster, & R. A. Briers (Eds.), (2007)
Aquatic insects: challenges to populations. doi:10.1079/9781845933968.0000
This book considers some of the potential influences on individuals and populations (e.g. environmental stresses, parasites, cannibalism, dispersal limitations), the 'cunning ...

Research for real - an intensive honours research project.

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Huxham, M. (2007)
Research for real - an intensive honours research project. In Student Research Projects: Guidance on Practice in the BiosciencesCentre for Bioscience, Higher Education Academy
Research for real - an intensive honours research project.

How can marine ecology contribute to the biodiversity-ecosystem functioning debate?

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Emmerson, M., & Huxham, M. (2001)
How can marine ecology contribute to the biodiversity-ecosystem functioning debate?. In Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning : synthesis and perspectives, 139-146. Oxford University Press (OUP

Science and environmental decision making

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Sumner, D., & Huxham, M. (Eds.)
(2000). Science and environmental decision making. Prentice Hall (Pearson Education
Science is vital in informing the increasingly urgent and complex environmental decisions that affect all our lives, from international agreements on action to limit climate c...

Science and the search for truth

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Huxham, M. (1999)
Science and the search for truth. In Science and environmental decision making, 1-32. Prentice Hall (Pearson Education

Why conserve wild species?

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Huxham, M. (1999)
Why conserve wild species?. In Science and environmental decision making, 142-168. Prentice Hall (Pearson Education