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Asquith, Simon (2001) Spot the environmental issue. Primary Geography .

Asquith, Simon (2006) Theory, practice and research: a rationale for primary geography and overview of recent developments. In: Cooper, Hilary, Asquith, Simon and Rowley, Christopher, (eds.) Geography 3-11: A Guide for Teachers. David Fulton Publishers, London.

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Barry, Martin and Ensoll, Richard (2016) Searching for serendipity. Horizons, 75 . pp. 20-23.
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Becker, Peter, Lindner, Martin, Loynes, Christopher and Pedersen Gurholt, Kirsti (2016) Human nature relations through the lens’ of three European outdoor education traditions: a case study of a masters programme. In: 7th International Outdoor Education Research Conference, 4-8 July 2016, Cape Breton Island, Canada. (Unpublished)
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Bradshaw, Penelope (2016) Our ‘great entail’: constructing the cultural value of the Lake District. In: Convery, Ian and Davis, Peter, (eds.) Changing perceptions of nature. Heritage Matters Series, 18 . Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, UK, pp. 63-72.

Brien, Anthony, Anthonisz, Angela and Suhartanto, Dwi (2019) Human capital in the Dubai hotel industry: A study of four- and five-star hotels and the HR challenges they face. Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism, 18 (2). pp. 240-258.

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Carr, Simon, Diggens, Lucy M. and Spencer, Kate L. (2020) There's no such thing as 'undisturbed' soil and sediment sampling: sampler-induced deformation of salt-marsh sediments revealed by 3D x-ray computed tomography. Journal of Soils and Sediments . [in press].
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Dale, Jonathan, Cundy, Andrew B., Spencer, Kate L., Carr, Simon, Croudace, Ian W., Burgess, Heidi M. and Nash, David J. (2019) Sediment structure and physicochemical changes following tidal inundation at a large open coast managed realignment site. Science of the Total Environment, 660 . pp. 1419-1432.
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Ensoll, Richard (2017) Because we’re worth it! An exploration of some issues around a family canoe trip. Pathways: the Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 30 (1). pp. 25-30.
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Ensoll, Richard (2017) Because you're worth it! In: Outdoor Studies Research Seminar, 26 April 2017, Ambleside, UK. (Unpublished)
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Ensoll, Richard, Towers, Daniel, Lawton, Mark and Convery, Ian (2018) Paddle to the sea. In: Leather, Mark, (ed.) Atmospheres & Narratives EOE 2017 book of abstracts. Plymouth Marjon University, Plymouth, UK, pp. 44-51.
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Greenwood, Anthony and Tate, Joanna (2017) Developing and growing knowledge within rural tourism enterprises. In: Oriade, Ade and Robinson, Peter, (eds.) Rural tourism and enterprise: management, marketing and sustainability. CABI Tourism Texts . CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 173-190.

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Hayes, Tracy (2017) Kindness: caring for self, others and nature - who cares and why? In: Horton, John and Pyer, Michelle, (eds.) Children, young people and care. Routledge spaces of childhood and youth series . Routledge, London, UK.
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Haywood, Mark (2006) Claife Station: looking at the world through coloured glasses. In: Romantic Spectacle Conference, July 2006, University of Roehampton.

Haywood, Mark (2007) Depicting Wilderness: re-wilding, or re-colonisation? In: Southern African Historical Society Annual Conference, 2007, University of Johannesburg.

Haywood, Mark (2006) The Export / Import of Highland Wilderness. In: The Lie of the Land: Scottish Landscape and Culture, July 2006, University of Stirling.

Haywood, Mark (2008) Post-nature, Post-wilderness: semio(p)tics of animal display in South Africa. In: Past the Last Post: the 24th Annual conference of South African Visual Arts Historians, 4th to 6th September 2008, University of Stellenbosch.

Haywood, Mark (2008) The Retail and Re-telling of ‘Wilderness’. In: From Brazil to Macao: Travel Writing and Diasporic Spaces, 10th to 14th September 2008, University of Lisbon.

Haywood, Mark (2008) Shifting the Scenery and Restaging the Picturesque. In: West, Thomas and Hill, Gerard M.F., (eds.) A guide to the Lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire, 14th ed. Unipress Cumbria, Carlisle.

Hope, Douglas G. (2015) Whatever happened to 'rational' holidays for working people c.1919-2000? The competing demands of altruism and commercial necessity in the Co-operative Holidays Association and Holiday Fellowship. Doctoral thesis, University of Cumbria (awarded by Lancaster University).
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Hope, Douglas G. (2009) The outdoor pursuits phenomenon and accommodation provision in the English Lake District c.1930-1997. In: Research FEST 2009, July 2009, University of Cumbria. (Unpublished)
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Huggins, Mike (2013) Sport, tourism and history: current historiography and future prospects. Journal of Tourism History, 5 (2). pp. 107-130.

Huggins, Mike and Walton, John K. (2003) The Teesside seaside between the wars: Redcar and its neighbours, 1919-1939. North East England History Institute.
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Kang, Pei-Chen (2015) Travel, a way to enlightenment: an existentialist and educational approach in the eastern and western transcultural content. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Lalloo, Shafiq (2017) On a journey for place-responsiveness in Aotearoa New Zealand. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Loynes, Christopher (2004) Leadership and teamwork. In: Winser, Shane, (ed.) The Royal Geographical Society Expedition Handbook. Profile Books, London, UK, pp. 8-17.

Loynes, Christopher (2016) Leave more trace. In: Nature Connections 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference: Getting Connected to Nature, 15 June 2016, University of Derby, UK. (Unpublished)
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Loynes, Christopher (2018) Leave more trace. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, 10 (3). pp. 179-186.
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Loynes, Christopher (2016) Liminality, culture and place: a contribution from outdoor education to sustainable development? In: 7th International Outdoor Education Research Conference, 4-8 July 2016, Cape Breton Island, Canada. (Unpublished)
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Loynes, Christopher (2015) Transcultural European outdoor studies: a case study of transcultural learning and teaching. In: RGS-IBG Higher Education Research Group Annual Conference: Geographies of the Anthropocene, 1-4 September 2015, University of Exeter, UK. (Unpublished)
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Mansfield, Lois (2017) Upland resource management in Britain. Geography, 102 (3). pp. 141-152.
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Nevin, Owen, Gilbert, Barrie K. and Smith, Julian S. (2001) BC bear viewing: an analysis of bear-human interactions, economic and social dimensions with recommendations for best practices. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, US. (Unpublished)
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Prince, Heather (2014) Eliciting nature and landscape writing through outdoor experiences. In: Varley, Peter and Taylor, Steve, (eds.) Being there: slow, fast, traditional, wild, urban, natural… 2013 Adventure Conference Proceedings. The Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research, University of the Highlands and Islands, Fort William, UK, pp. 83-89.
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Prince, Heather and Loynes, Christopher (2016) Adventure, nature and commodification. In: Convery, Ian and Davis, Peter, (eds.) Changing perceptions of nature. Heritage Matters Series, 18 . Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, UK, pp. 227-233.
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Ryfield, Frances (2019) A geomorphic paradox: performing histories of change as the land-slips away. In: Jones, Roy, Robertson, Iain J.M., Harvey, David C. and Carter, Thomas, (eds.) Creating heritage: unrecognised pasts and rejected futures. Routledge Cultural Heritage and Tourism Series . Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

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Wiscombe, Caroline (2016) Creating loyal customers: three generations of cruise travellers. In: Papathanassis, Alexis, (ed.) Cruise business development: safety, product design and human capital. Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 175-189.

Wiscombe, Caroline, Dobson, Charles, Heyworth-Thomas, Elizabeth, Maynard, Lucy and Ryder, Sandy (2017) Social enterprise and the rural landscape. In: Oriade, Ade and Robinson, Peter, (eds.) Rural tourism and enterprise: management, marketing and sustainability. CABI Tourism Texts . CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 68-85.

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