Academic/Research Units within this Academic/Research Unit

Recent Submissions

  • The multidemsionality of ecological stability 

    YANG, QIANG (Trinity College Dublin. School of Natural Sciences. Discipline of Zoology, 2018)
    Ecological stability is a multifaceted concept, incorporating components such as variability, resistance, resilience, persistence, and robustness. Understanding and predicting the relationships among these many components ...
  • Ammonoid biostratigraphy of the Shannon Basin, western Ireland 

    Lacchia, Anthea R. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Geology, 2016)
    This study concerns ammonoid faunas from a classic turbidite succession, the Ross Sandstone Formation [Serpukhovian-Bashkirian) of the Shannon Basin, western Ireland. In addition to coastal exposures, a set of 12 behind-outcrop ...
  • Quantifying the environmental drivers of tree phenology 

    Caffarra, Amelia (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany, 2007)
    The prediction of growth onset is particularly complicated, because this phenophase is the end-point of a series of poorly understood physiological changes that are not directly observable, occurring while the bud is ...
  • Characterising dispersed metal plumes in surficial soils and sediments in the Irish Midlands: Using isotope fingerprints to develop vectors in mineral exploration 

    KALVERAM, ANN-KRISTIN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Natural Sciences. Discipline of Geology, 2018)
    The enhancement of mineral exploration is essential for the growing demand of base metals in the world. Successful geochemical surveys in soil and till have led to numerous discoveries. However, most of these deposits are ...
  • A mechanistic basis for the mechanical regulation of skeletal development 

    SHEA, CLAIRE ANN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Natural Sciences. Discipline of Zoology, 2018)
    Movement is essential to embryonic skeletal development. In humans, Foetal Akinesia Deformation Syndrome results when inhibited movement causes joint contractures and weakened bones susceptible to fracture. Differentiation ...

View more