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Huddart, D., Midgley, N. G., Waller, R., Bennett, M. R., Gonzalez, S., Cook, S. J. and Tomio, A., 2002. Subglacial deformation at sub-freezing temperatures? Evidence from Hagafellsjokull-Eystri, Iceland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 22 (8-9), pp. 915-923.
Bennett, M. R., 2002. Ice streams as the arteries of an ice sheet: their mechanics, stability and significance. Earth-Science Reviews, 61 (3-4), pp. 309-339.
Warren, J., Wilson, F. and Diaz, A., 2002. Competitive relationships in a fertile grassland community – does size matter? Oecologia, 132 (1), pp. 125-130.
Stillman, R. A., Poole, A., Goss-Custard, J. D., Caldow, R.W.G., Yates, M. G. and Triplet, P., 2002. Predicting the Strength of Interference More Quickly Using Behaviour-Based Models. Journal of Animal Ecology, 71 (3), pp. 532-541.
Korstjens, A., Sterck, E.H.M. and Noe, R., 2002. How Adaptive or Phylogenetically Inert is Primate Social Behaviour? A Test with Two Sympatric Colobines. Behaviour, 139 (2-3), pp. 203-225.
Maltby, M., 2002. Animal bones in archaeology: how archaeozoologists can make a greater contribution to British Iron Age and Romano-British Archaeology. In: Dobney, K. and O'Connor, T., eds. Bones and the Man: studies in honour of Don Brothwell. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 88-94.
Russell, M., 2002. Excavations at Mile Oak Farm. In: Rudline, D., ed. Downland Settlement and Land-use: The Archaeology of the Brighton Bypass. London: Archetype Publications, pp. 5-81.
Russell, M., 2002. Monuments of the British Neolithic: the Roots of Architecture. Stroud: Tempus.
Smith, B. M., 2002. An Investigation into the importance of propagule provenance in restoration ecology. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.
Smirnova, L. I., 2002. Comb-making in medieval Novgard (950-1450). An industry in transition. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.