Recent Submissions

  • Geophysical exploration for offshore evidence of relict shorelines on the northern coast of Ireland 

    Thébaudeau, Benjamin (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Geology, 2014)
    The current generation of postglacial Relative Sea Level (RSL) change simulations in formerly glaciated margins display significant deviations from field evidence. This is particularly true in Ireland where the RSL history ...
  • Sample identification and tracking in biobanks 

    Zarabzadeh, Atieh (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Computer Science & Statistics, 2010)
    Biobanks or bio-repositories facilitate the storage and maintenance of biological samples and data to support discovery of biomarkers, therapeutic targets, and the underlying causes of diseases. Such discoveries require ...
  • Self-assembled arrays of magnetic nanostructures on morphologically patterned semiconductor substrates 

    O'Dowd, Brendan (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Physics, 2014)
    This thesis deals with the formation of morphological patterns on single-crystal semi-conductor surfaces via self-assembly processes, followed by the subsequent fabrication of magnetic nanostructures whose dimensions are ...
  • Aristocratic society in Abruzzo, c.950-1140 

    McGrath, Felim (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2014)
    This thesis is an examination of aristocratic society in the Italian province of Abruzzo from the mid-tenth century to the incorporation of the region into kingdom of Sicily in 1140. To rectify the historiographical deficit ...
  • An experimental study of the geometry and kinematics of caldera collapse 

    Holohan, Eoghan (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Geology, 2008)
    Calderas are 1 - 100 km diameter, volcanic depressions that form primarily through m-scale to km-scale subsidence of a magma reservoir roof into an underlying magma reservoir. This study addresses several fundamental ...

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