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Adamowicz, E.; Borsi, B.; Cahil, E.; Devai, K.; Fazlagic, A.; Filacek, A.; Gallagher, N.; Jablecka, J.; Papaioannou, T.; Papanek, G.; Jozwiak, J.; Kedro, M.; Kurzydlowski, K.; Kultaca, D.; Loudin, J.; Mensink, W.; Micallef, j.; Papp, E.; Perenyi, A.; Restall, B.; Rush, H.; Schich, K.; Stanovnik, P. and Usenik, H. (2004). The RECORD experimental map: innovative research organisations in European accession countries. European Commission.

Adamowicz, E.; Borsi, B.; Cahill, E.; Devai, K.; Fazlagic, A.; Filacek, A.; Gallagher, N.; Jablecka, J.; Jozwiak, J.; Kedro, M.; Kurzydlowski, K.; Kutlaca, D.; Loudin, J.; Mensink, W.; Micallef, J.; Papaioannou, T.; Papanek, G.; Papp, E.; Perenyi, A.; Restall, B.; Rush, H.; Schuch, K.; Stanovnik, P. and Usenik, H. (2004). The RECORD manual: Benchmarking innovative research organisations in European accession countries. European Commission.

Adwera, Andrew; Hanlin, Rebecca and Johnson, Hazel (2013). Developmental education for innovation: lessons from an experience in Kenya. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, 6(3) pp. 244–261.

Agyeman, Julian and Neal, Sarah (2009). Rural identity and otherness. In: Kitchin, Rob and Thrift, Nigel eds. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 5. Oxford, United Kingdom: Elsevier Ltd, pp. 227–281.

Allen, John (2003). Lost geographies of power. RGS-IBG Book Series. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.

Allen, John (2004). The whereabouts of power: politics, government and space. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 86(1) pp. 19–32.

Allen, John (2011). Making space for topology. Dialogues in Human Geography, 1(3) pp. 316–318.

Allen, John (2013). Author's response: The difference that space makes. Progress in Human Geography, 37(3) pp. 458–460.

Allen, John (2012). A more than relational geography? Dialogues in Human Geography, 2(2) pp. 190–193.

Allen, John (2008). Responsabilité au travail et mondialisation: au-delà du système de sweatshop. In: Benelli, Natalie and Rosende, Magdalena eds. Laboratories du Travail. Lausanne: Antipodes, pp. 93–104.

Allen, John (2008). Powerful geographies: Spatial shifts in the architecture of globalization. In: Clegg, Stewart R. and Haugaard, Mark eds. The SAGE Handbook of Power. UK: Sage, pp. 157–174.

Allen, John (2010). The City and finance: changing landscapes of power. In: Coe, Neil and Jones, Andrew eds. The Economic Geography of the UK. London, UK: Sage Publications, pp. 49–60.

Allen, John (2018). The Circulation of Financial Elites. In: Coleman, Mat and Agnew, John eds. Handbook of the Geographies of Power. Research Handbooks in Geography. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 178–202.

Allen, John and Cochrane, Allan (2014). The urban unbound: London's politics and the 2012 Olympic Games. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 38(5) pp. 1609–1624.

Allen, John and Lavau, Stephanie (2015). 'Just-in-time' disease: biosecurity, poultry, and power. Journal of Cultural Economy, 8(3) pp. 342–360.

Allen, John; Massey, Doreen; Cochrane, Allan; Charlesworth, Julie; Court, Gill; Henry, Nick and Sarre, Philip (1998). Rethinking the region. London: Routledge.

Allen, John and Pryke, Michael (2013). Financializing household water: Thames water, MEIF, and 'ring-fenced' politics. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 6(3) pp. 419–439.

Allen, John and Pryke, Michael (2016). Offshoring the Nation's water. In: Raco, Mike ed. Britain For Sale? Perspectives on the Costs and Benefits of Foreign Ownership. London: The Smith Institute, pp. 34–41.

Amin, Ash; Massey, Doreen and Thrift, Nigel (2003). Regions, democracy and the geography of power. Soundings, 25 pp. 57–70.

Annetts, Jason; Law, Alex; McNeish, Wallace and Mooney, Gerry (2009). Understanding social welfare movements. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Araya, Y. N.; Silvertown, J.; Linder, H. P; Gowing, D. J.; Midgley, G. F. and McConway, K. J. (2008). Evolution of hydrological niches in Restionaceae: a project update. In: Mucina, L.; Kalwij, J. M.; Smith, V. R.; Chytry, M.; White, P. S.; Cilliers, S. S.; Pillar, V. D.; Zobel, M. and Sun, I-Fang eds. Frontiers of Vegetation Science - An evolutionary angle. Somerset West: Keith Phillips Images, pp. 15–16.

Asis, Maruja; Piper, Nicola and Raghuram, Parvati (2019). From Asia to the World: “Regional” Contributions to Global Migration Research. Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationals, 35(1-2) pp. 13–37.

Asis, Maruja M. B.; Piper, Nicola and Raghuram, Parvati (2010). International migration and development in Asia: Exploring knowledge frameworks. International Migration, 48(3) pp. 76–106.

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Baker, Ambroise G.; Cornelissen, Perry; Bhagwat, Shonil A.; Vera, Fransciscus W. M. and Willis, Katherine J. (2016). Quantification of population sizes of large herbivores and their long-term functional role in ecosystems using dung fungal spores. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 7(11) pp. 1273–1281.

Banks, Mark (2007). The politics of cultural work. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

Banks, Mark (2006). Moral economy and cultural work. Sociology, 40(3) pp. 455–472.

Banks, Mark (2005). Spaces of (in)security: Media and fear of crime in a local context. Crime, Media, Culture, 1(2) pp. 169–187.

Banks, Mark (2002). Where the art is: defining and managing creativity in new media SMEs. Creativity and Innovation Management, 11(4) pp. 255–264.

Banks, Mark (2009). Fit and working again? The instrumental leisure of the ‘creative class’. Environment and Planning A, 41(3) pp. 668–681.

Banks, Mark (2010). Craft labour and creative industries. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 16(3) pp. 305–321.

Banks, Mark (2011). The colours of money: artmoney as community currency. International Journal of Community Currency Research, 15 pp. 77–81.

Banks, Mark (2012). MacIntyre, Bourdieu and the practice of jazz. Popular Music, 31(1) pp. 69–86.

Banks, Mark; Gill, Rosalind and Taylor, Stephanie (2013). Introduction: Cultural work, time and trajectory. In: Banks, Mark; Gill, Rosalind and Taylor, Stephanie eds. Theorizing Cultural Work: Labour, Continuity and Change in the Cultural and Creative Industries. CRESC. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 1–16.

Banks, Mark and Hesmondhalgh, David (2009). Looking for work in creative industries policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15(4) pp. 415–430.

Banks, Mark and MacKian, Sara (2000). Jump in! The water’s warm: a comment on Peck's 'grey geography'. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 25(3) pp. 249–254.

Banks, Mark and Milestone, Katie (2011). Individualization, gender and cultural work. Gender, Work and Organization, 18(1) pp. 73–89.

Banks, Mark and O'Connor, Justin (2009). After the creative industries. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15(4) pp. 365–373.

Barber, K.R.; Leeds-Harrison, P.B.; Lawson, C.S. and Gowing, D.J.G. (2004). Soil aeration status in a lowland wet grassland. Hydrological Processes, 18(2) pp. 329–341.

Barnett, Clive (1998). Cultural twists and turns. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 16(6) pp. 631–634.

Barnett, Clive (2001). Culture, geography, and the arts of government. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 19(1) pp. 7–24.

Barnett, Clive (2010). The politics of behaviour change. Environment and Planning A, 42(8) pp. 1881–1886.

Barnett, Clive (1995). Awakening the dead: who needs the history of geography? Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 20(4) pp. 417–419.

Barnett, Clive (1997). J. M. Coetzee: censorship and its doubles. Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, 28(3) pp. 145–162.

Barnett, Clive (1999). Deconstructing context: exposing Derrida. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 24(3) pp. 277–293.

Barnett, Clive (2003). Culture and democracy: media, space and representation. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.

Barnett, Clive (1996). A choice of nightmares: narration and desire in Heart of Darkness. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 3(3) pp. 277–292.

Barnett, Clive (2011). Class: Part 2. In: Agnew, John A. and Duncan, James S. eds. The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Human Geography. Blackwell Companions to Geography. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 426–439.

Barnett, Clive (2006). Postcolonialism: space, textuality and power. In: Aitken, Stuart and Valentine, Gill eds. Approaches to Human Geography. London, UK: Sage, pp. 147–159.

Barnett, Clive (2004). Media, democracy and representation: Disembodying the public. In: Barnett, Clive and Low, Murray eds. Spaces of Democracy: geographical perspectives on citizenship, participation and representation. London, UK: Sage Publications, pp. 185–206.

Barnett, Clive (2005). Who cares? In: Cloke, Paul; Crang, Philip and Goodwin, Mark eds. Introducing Human Geographies (2nd Edition). London: Arnold, pp. 588–601.

Barnett, Clive (2004). Neither poison nor cure: Space, scale, and public life in media theory. In: Couldry, N. and McCarthy, A. eds. MediaSpace: Place, Scale and Culture in a Media Age. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 58–74.

Barnett, Clive (2008). Convening Publics: The parasitical spaces of public action. In: Cox, Kevin, R.; Low, Murray and Robinson, Jennifer eds. The SAGE Handbook of Political Geography. UK: Sage Publications Ltd, pp. 403–417.

Barnett, Clive (2004). A critique of the cultural turn. In: Duncan, James; Johnson, Nuala and Schein, Richard eds. A Companion to Cultural Geography. Blackwell Companions to Geography. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 38–48.

Barnett, Clive (2013). Political agency between urban and transnational spaces. In: Maiguashca, Bice and Marchetti, Raffaele eds. Contemporary Political Agency: Theory and Practice. Global Order Series. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 31–51.

Barnett, Clive (2010). Publics and markets: what's wrong with neoliberalism? In: Smith, Susan J.; Pain, Rachel; Marston, Sallie A. and Jones III, John Paul eds. The Sage Handbook of Social Geography. London: Sage, pp. 269–296.

Barnett, Clive (2001). Media, scale and democratization. In: Tomaselli, K and Dunn, H eds. Media, democracy and renewal in Southern Africa. Denver, USA: International Academic Publishers, pp. 41–53.

Barnett, Clive (2012). Changing cities. In: Tyszczuk, Renate; Smith, Joe; Clark, Nigel and Butcher, Melissa eds. ATLAS: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World. London: Black Dog Publishing.

Barnett, Clive (2002). ‘More Than Just TV’: Educational broadcasting and popular culture in South Africa. In: von Feilitzen, Cecilia and Carlsson, Ulla eds. Children, Young People, and Media Globalisation. Yearbooks. Göteborg: NORDICOM, pp. 95–110.

Barnett, Clive and Bridge, Gary (2013). Geographies of radical democracy: agonistic pragmatism and the formation of affected interests. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103(4) pp. 1022–1040.

Barnett, Clive; Cafaro, Philip and Newholm, Terry (2005). Philosophy and ethical consumption. In: Harrison, Rob; Newholm, Terry and Shaw, Deirdre eds. The Ethical Consumer. London, UK: Sage, pp. 11–24.

Barnett, Clive; Clarke, Nick and Cloke, Paul (2013). Problematising practices: Authors' response. Area, 45(2) pp. 260–263.

Barnett, Clive; Clarke, Nick; Cloke, Paul and Malpass, Alice (2008). The elusive subjects of neo-liberalism. Cultural Studies, 22(5) pp. 624–653.

Barnett, Clive; Clarke, Nick; Cloke, Paul and Malpass, Alice (2005). The political ethics of consumerism. Consumer Policy Review, 15(2) pp. 45–51.

Barnett, Clive; Cloke, Paul; Clarke, Nick and Malpass, Alice (2005). Consuming ethics: Articulating the subjects and spaces of ethical consumption. Antipode, 37(1) pp. 23–45.

Barnett, Clive; Cloke, Paul; Clarke, Nick and Malpass, Alice (2011). Globalizing Responsibility: The Political Rationalities of Ethical Consumption. RGS-IBG Book Series. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Barnett, Clive and Low, Murray (2004). Introduction: Geography and Democracy. In: Barnett, Clive and Low, Murray eds. Spaces of Democracy: geographical perspectives on citizenship, participation and representation. London, UK: Sage Publications, pp. 1–22.

Barnett, Clive and Mahony, Nick (2011). Segmenting Publics. National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement, Bristol.

Barnett, Clive and Svendsen, Njord V. (2002). Making the environment news: reporting industrial pollution in Durban. Rhodes Journalism Review, 21 pp. 54–55.

Barrientos, Armando and Hinojosa-Valencia, Leonith (2009). A review of social protection in Latin America. Centre for Social Protection - IDS, Sussex.

Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve (2018). Spaces of spirituality: an introduction. In: Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve eds. Spaces of Spirituality. Routledge Research in Culture, Space and Identity. London: Routledge, pp. 1–20.

Battista, Kathy; LaBelle, Brandon; Penner, Barbara; Pile, Steve and Rendell, Jane (2005). Exploring ‘an area of outstanding unnatural beauty’: a treasure hunt around King’s Cross, London. Cultural Geographies, 12(4) pp. 429–462.

Bebbington, Anthony and Hinojosa-Valencia, Leonith (2007). Conclusiones: Minería, neoliberalización y reterritorialización. In: Bebbington, Anthony ed. Minería, movimientos sociales y respuestas campesinas. Lima, Peru: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos and CEPES, pp. 281–313.

Bebbington, Anthony; Hinojosa-Valencia, Leonith; Humphreys Bebbington, Denise; Burneo, Maria Luisa and Warnaars, Ximena (2008). Contention and ambiguity: mining and the possibilities of development. Development and Change, 39(6) pp. 965–992.

Beierkuhnlein, Carl; Bhagwat, Shonil A. and Potthoff, Kerstin (2017). The Disturbance-diversity Relationship: Integrating Biodiversity Conservation and Resource Management in Anthropogenic Landscapes. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography, 71(5) pp. 313–314.

Bennett, K. D.; Bhagwat, S. A. and Willis, K. J. (2012). Neotropical refugia. The Holocene, 22(11) pp. 1207–1214.

Bernstein, Steven; Cashore, Benjamin; Eba'a Atyi, Richard; Maryudi, Ahmad; McGinley, Kathleen; Cadman, Tim; Gulbrandsen, Lars; Goehler, Daniela; Hogl, Karl; Humphreys, David; Kant, Shashi; Kozak, Robert; Levin, Kelly; McDermott, Constance; Purdon, Mark; Scher, Irene; Stone, Michael W; Tacconi, Luca and Yasmi, Yurdi (2010). Examination of the influences of global forest governance arrangements at the domestic level. In: Rayner, Jeremy; Buck, Alexander and Katila, Pia eds. Embracing Complexity: Meeting the Challenges of International Forest Governance. A Global Assessment Report. IUFRO World Series (28). Vienna: International Union of Forest Research Organisations, pp. 111–135.

Bhagwat, S. A. (2018). Management of Nonnative Invasive Species in the Anthropocene. In: Dellasala, Dominick A. and Goldstein, Michael I. eds. Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene. Elsevier, pp. 409–417.

Bhagwat, S. A. (2017). Management of Nonnative Invasive Species in the Anthropocene. In: Elias, Scott A. ed. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier.

Bhagwat, Shonil (2022). Reconnecting food, culture and the environment. The Geographer, 2022(Autumn) pp. 28–29.

Bhagwat, Shonil (2014). The History of Deforestation and Forest Fragmentation: A Global Perspective. In: Kettle, Chris J. and Koh, Lian Pin eds. Global Forest Fragmentation. Wallingford: CAB International, pp. 5–19.

Bhagwat, Shonil; Willis, Katherine J.; Birks, H. John B. and Whittaker, Robert J. (2008). Agroforestry: a refuge for tropical biodiversity? Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 23(5) pp. 261–267.

Bhagwat, Shonil A. (2012). Sacred groves and biodiversity conservation: a case study from the Western Ghats, India. In: Pungetti, Gloria; Oviedo, Gonzalo and Hooke, Della eds. Sacred Species and Sites: Advances in Biocultural Conservation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 322–334.

Bhagwat, Shonil A.; Breman, Elinor; Thekaekara, Tarsh; Thornton, Thomas F. and Willis, Katherine J. (2012). A battle lost? Report on two centuries of invasion and management of Lantana camara L. in Australia, India and South Africa. PLoS ONE, 7(3), article no. e32407.

Bhagwat, Shonil A.; Cole, Lydia E. S. and Willis, Katherine J. (2012). Biodiversity conservation, rural livelihoods and sustainability of oil palm landscapes: problems and prospects. In: Simonetti, Javier A; Grez, Audrey A and Estades, Christian F eds. Biodiversity Conservation In Agroforestry Landscapes: Challenges And Opportunities. Santiago de Chile: Editorial Universitaria, pp. 117–130.

Bhagwat, Shonil A.; Kushalappa, Cheppudira G.; Williams, Paul A. and Brown, Nick D. (2005). The role of informal protected areas in maintaining biodiversity in the Western Ghats of India. Ecology and Society, 10(1), article no. 8.

Bhagwat, Shonil A.; Nogué, Sandra and Willis, Katherine J. (2014). Cultural drivers of reforestation in tropical forest groves of the Western Ghats of India. Forest Ecology and Management, 329 pp. 393–400.

Bhagwat, Shonil A.; Nogué, Sandra and Willis, Katherine J. (2012). Resilience of an ancient tropical forest landscape to 7500 years of environmental change. Biological Conservation, 153 pp. 108–117.

Bhagwat, Shonil A. and Rutte, Claudia (2006). Sacred groves: potential for biodiversity management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 4(10) pp. 519–524.

Bingham, N.; Valentine, G. and Holloway, S. (2001). Life around the screen: reframing young people’s use of the Internet. In: Watson, Nick and Cunningham-Burley, Sarah eds. Reframing the body. Explorations in sociology : British Sociological Association Conference volume series. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 228–243.

Bingham, Nick (2002). In the belly of the monster: Frankenstein, food, factisches, and fiction. In: Kitchin, Robert and Kneale, James eds. Lost in space: geographies of science fiction. London, UK: Continuum, pp. 180–192.

Bingham, Nick (2005). Sociotechnical. In: Sibley, David; Jackson, Peter; Atkinson, David and Washbourne, Neil eds. Cultural Geography: a critical dictionary of key ideas. International Library of Human Geography. UK: I.B. Tauris, pp. 200–206.

Bingham, Nick; Enticott, Gareth and Hinchliffe, Stephen (2008). Biosecurity: spaces, practices, and boundaries. Environment and Planning A, 40(7) pp. 1528–1533.

Bingham, Nick and Hinchliffe, Stephen (2008). Mapping the multiplicities of biosecurity. In: Lakoff, Andrew and Collier, Stephen J. eds. Biosecurity Interventions. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 173–193.

Bingham, Nick and Lavau, Stephanie (2012). The object of regulation: tending the tensions of food safety. Environment and Planning A, 44(7) pp. 1589–1606.

Binney, Heather A.; Willis, Katherine J.; Edwards, Mary E.; Bhagwat, Shonil A.; Anderson, Patricia M.; Andreev, Andrei A.; Blaauw, Maarten; Damblon, Freddy; Haesaerts, Paul; Kienast, Frank; Kremenetski, Konstantin V.; Krivonogov, Sergey K.; Lozhkin, Anatoly V.; MacDonald, Glen M.; Novenko, Elena Y.; Oksanen, Pirita; Sapelko, Tatiana V.; Väliranta, Minna and Vazhenina, Ludmila (2009). The distribution of late-Quaternary woody taxa in northern Eurasia: evidence from a new macrofossil database. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28(23-24) pp. 2445–2464.

Birnie, Jacky; Madge, Clare; Pain, Rachel; Raghuram, Parvati and Rose, Gillian (2005). Working a fraction and making a fraction work: a rough guide for geographers in the academy. Area, 37(3) pp. 251–259.

Boardman, C.; Burnley, S.; Gauci, V. and Gladding, T. (2015). Greenhouse gas emissions from non-recyclable residual household waste within domestic wheeled bins. In: 15th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium (Sardinia 2015), 5-9 Oct 2015, S. Margherita di Pula, Sardinia, Italy, CISA Publisher, Italy.

Boardman, C.; Gauci, V. and Beerling, D. (2008). Wetland methane emission response to last glacial maximum atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration. In: American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2008, 15-18 Dec 2008, San Francisco, USA.

Boykoff, Max and Smith, Joe (2010). Media presentations of climate change. In: Lever-Tracy, Constance ed. Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society. Routlede International Handbooks. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 210–218.

Brandon, Mark; Smith, Joe; Garrow, Kat and Law, Andrew (2013). Broadcasting environmental knowledge: Open University & BBC collaborations serving massive global audiences. In: American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2013., 9-13 Dec 2013, San Francisco.

Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie (2002). Lest power be forgotten: networks, division and difference in the city. Sociological Review, 50(4) pp. 505–524.

Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie (2001). Retext(ur)ing the City. City, 5(3) pp. 350–362.

Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie (2011). Reflections on affect. In: Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie eds. The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 277–287.

Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie (2011). Reflections on mobilities. In: Bridge, Gary and Watson, Sophie eds. The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 157–169.

Bridle, Helen; Vrieling, Anton; Cardillo, Monica; Araya, Yoseph and Hinojosa-Valencia, Leonith (2013). Preparing for an interdisciplinary future: a perspective from early-career researchers. Futures, 53 pp. 22–32.

Budds, Jessica (2009). The 1981 water code: The impacts of private tradable water rights on peasant and indigenous communities in Northern Chile. In: Alexander, William L. ed. Lost in the long transition: Struggles for social justice in neoliberal Chile. Lanham: Lexington Books.

Budds, Jessica (2010). Water rights, mining and indigenous groups in Chile's Atacama. In: Boelens, Rutgerd; Getches, David and Guevara-Gil, Armando eds. Out of the Mainstream: Water Rights, Politics and Identity. London: Earthscan, pp. 197–211.

Budds, Jessica (2011). Hydrologic modeling. In: Dym, Jordana and Offen, Karl eds. Mapping Latin America: a Cartographic Reader. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, pp. 273–277.

Budds, Jessica (2008). Whose scarcity? The hydrosocial cycle and the changing waterscape of La Ligua River Basin, Chile. In: Goodman, Michael K.; Boykoff, Maxwell T. and Evered, Kyle T. eds. Contentious geographies: Environmental knowledge, meaning, scale. Ashgate Studies in Environmental Policy and Practice. Farnham, Surrey, UK: Ashgate, pp. 59–68.

Budds, Jessica (2010). Las relaciones sociales de poder y la producción de paisajes hídricos. In: Vélez Galeano, Hildebrando ed. Justicia hídrica: siete ensayos como aportes para articular las luchas. Bogotá, Colombia: CENSAT Agua Viva / Amigos de la Tierra Colombia, pp. 31–44.

Budds, Jessica and McGranahan, Gordon (2003). Are the debates on water privatization missing the point? Experiences from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Environment and Urbanization, 15(2) pp. 87–114.

Budds, Jessica; Teixeira, Paulo and SEHAB (2005). Ensuring the right to the city: pro-poor housing, urban development and tenure legalization in São Paulo, Brazil. Environment and Urbanization, 17(1) pp. 89–114.

Burrell, Kathy; Hopkins, Peter; Isakjee, Arshad; Lorne, Colin; Nagel, Caroline; Finlay, Robin; Nayak, Anoop; Benwell, Matthew C; Pande, Raksha; Richardson, Michael; Botterill, Katherine and Rogaly, Ben (2019). Brexit, Race and Migration. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 37(1) pp. 3–40.

Bush, M. B.; Gosling, W. D. and Colinvaux, P. A. (2011). Climate and vegetation change in the lowlands of the Amazon Basin. In: Bush, Mark B.; Flenley, John R. and Gosling, William D. eds. Tropical Rainforest Responses to Climatic Change (2nd ed.). Heidelberg: Springer/Praxis, pp. 61–84.

Bush, M. B.; Hanselman, J. A. and Gosling, W. D. (2010). Nonlinear climate change and Andean feedbacks: an imminent turning point? Global Change Biology, 16(12) pp. 3223–3232.

Bush, M.B.; Gosling, W.D. and Colinvaux, P.A. (2006). Climate change in the lowlands of the Amazon Basin. In: Flenley, John R. and Bush, Mark B. eds. Tropical Rainforest Response to Climatic Change. Environmental Sciences. USA and UK: Springer, jointly published with Praxis Publishing, UK, pp. 55–79.

Bush, Mark B. and Gosling, William D. (2012). Environmental change in the humid tropics and monsoonal regions. In: Matthews, John A.; Bartlein, Patrick J.; Briffa, Keith R.; Dawson, Alastair G.; de Vernal, Anne; Denham, Tim; Fritz, Sherilyn C. and Oldfield, Frank eds. The SAGE Handbook of Environmental Change: Volume 2. Human Impacts and Responses, Volume 2. London: SAGE, pp. 113–140.

Bush, Mark B.; Hansen, Barbara C.S.; Rodbell, Donald T.; Seltzer, Geoffrey O.; Young, Kenneth R.; Leon, Blanca; Abbott, Mark B.; Silman, Miles R. and Gosling, William D. (2005). A 17,000-year history of Andean climatic and vegetation change from Laguna de Chochos, Peru. Journal of Quaternary Science, 20(7-8) pp. 703–714.

Bush, Mark B.; Silman, Miles R.; de Toledo, Mauro B.; Listopad, Claudio; Gosling, William D.; Williams, Christopher; de Oliveira, Paula E. and Krisel, Carolyn (2007). Holocene fire and occupation in Amazonia: records from two lake districts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 362(1478) pp. 209–218.

Butcher, Melissa (2003). Revisioning Sydney. Space and Culture, 6(2) pp. 187–194.

Butcher, Melissa (2014). Congestion. In: Adey, Peter; Bissell, David; Hannam, Kevin; Merriman, Peter and Sheller, Mimi eds. The Routledge Handbook of Mobilities. Abingdon: Routledge.

Butcher, Melissa (2012). Creative disturbances in urban space. In: Butcher, Melissa; Clark, Nigel; Smith, Joe and Tyszczuk, Renata eds. ATLAS: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World. London: Blackdog Publishing.

Butcher, Melissa (2009). Re-writing Delhi: cultural resistance and cosmopolitan texts. In: Butcher, Melissa and Velayutham, Selvaraj eds. Dissent and Cultural Resistance in Asia’s Cities. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 168–184.

Butcher, Melissa (2012). Distinctly Delhi: affect and exclusion in a crowded city. In: Edensor, Tim and Jayne, Mark eds. Urban Theory Beyond the West: A World of Cities. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 173–192.

Butcher, Melissa (2006). 'White-collar Filipinos': Australian professionals in Singapore. In: Kaur, Amarjit and Metcalf, Ian eds. Mobility, Labour Migration and Border Controls in Asia. London, UK: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 172–192.

Butcher, Melissa and Harris, Anita (2010). Pedestrian crossings: young people and everyday multiculturalism. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 31(5) pp. 449–453.

Butcher, Melissa and Thomas, Mandy (2006). Ingenious: Emerging Hybrid Youth Cultures in Western Sydney. In: Nilan, Pam and Feixa, Carles eds. Global Youth? Hybrid Identities, Plural Worlds. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 53–71.

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