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Ager, Jenny (2018) Transcending CIDIO (Can I Do It Outside?): an (auto) ethnographic case study of designing a progressive primary school curriculum that embraces outdoor learning as a pedagogical approach. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Asp, Hanne Veronica Lie (2015) Cultural understanding and integration through Norwegian friluftsliv and outdoor environment. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Baranava, Aksana (2015) Qualitative research on landscape photography as an aesthetic experience for establishment of positive human-nature relationships and the sense of place. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Bowman, Pamela (2018) A curriculum enhancement proposal for Cache Level 1 Caring for Children Certificate. The STeP Journal: Student Teacher Perspectives, 5 (1). pp. 3-12.
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Bradshaw, Penelope (2012) Cumbrians and their "ancient kingdom": landscape, literature and regional identity. In: Convery, Ian, Corsane, Gerard and Davis, Peter, (eds.) Making sense of place: multidisciplinary perspectives. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, UK, pp. 33-42.

Burton, Robert, Schwartz, Gerard, Brown, Karen, Convery, Ian and Mansfield, Lois (2009) The future of public goods provision in upland regions: learning from hefted commons in the Lake District, UK. In: Bonn, Aletta, Allott, Tim, Hubacek, Klaus and Stewart, Jon, (eds.) Drivers of environmental change in uplands. Routledge Studies in Ecological Economics series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK, pp. 309-322.


Cammack, Paul, Convery, Ian and Prince, Heather (2011) Gardens and birdwatching: recreation, environmental management and human-nature interaction in an everyday location. Area, 43 (3). pp. 314-319.
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Casanova, Ananda (2017) The city of invisible rivers: investigating practices of urban walking in São Paulo, Brazil. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Convery, Ian, Kelly, Matthew, Holt, Ysanne, Jeffries, Mike and Traut, Heinz (2019) Kielderhead Wildwood project. In: Exploring the Wildwood, 1 July 2019, Literary and Philosophical Society, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. (Unpublished)
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Cortes Cruz, Carolina (2018) Mind, body, heart, spirit and action towards responsible environmental behaviour change: OpEPA case study in Columbia. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Darwell, John (2015) Environmental politics. In: Alexander, Jesse A.P., (ed.) Perspectives on place: theory and practice in landscape photography. Required reading range . Bloomsbury - Fairchild Books, London, UK, pp. 130-135.


Hayes, Tracy (2018) Making sense of nature: a creative exploration of young people’s relationship with the natural environment. Doctoral thesis, University of Cumbria (awarded by Lancaster University).
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Haywood, Mark (2012) Viewing the emergence of scenery from the English Lake District. In: Convery, Ian, Corsane, Gerard and Davis, Peter, (eds.) Making sense of place: multidisciplinary perspectives. Heritage Matters (Newcastle University), 7 . Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, UK. (Unpublished)

Hebrinik, Jera (2014) Nature and us: an action research about the importance of nature relatedness in families with young children. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Hewlett, Sean (2007) Everywhere and nowhere: an investigation into the loci of facilitative influence on the learning experience of primary children at an outdoor centre. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Humberstone, Barbara, Prince, Heather and Mansfield, Lois (2017) The environment, physical activity, recreation and the outdoors. In: Piggin, Joe, Mansfield, Louise and Weed, Mike, (eds.) Routledge handbook of physical activity policy and practice. Routledge International Handbooks . Routledge, Abingdon, UK.


Johnson, Stephen (2015) Outdoor therapy: where do you stand? Horizons, 72 (Winter). pp. 28-29.
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Joost, Katrin (2019) Tidal. [Show/Exhibition] In: West Coast Photo, 26 October 2019 - 15 January 2020, The Dock Museum, Barrow-in-Furness, UK.
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Kalb, Kristen (2013) In pursuit of holistic wellbeing: the current use of the outdoors in professional occupational therapy practice in the United States of America and the United Kingdom. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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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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Krüger, Mandy (2016) Outdoor education through the lens of peace philosophy: exploring the inherent peace educating potential of outdoor education and how outdoor practitioners can use it for enhancing their work. 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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Lawton, Mark, Cunningham, Stuart and Convery, Ian (2020) Nature soundscapes: an audio augmented reality experience. In: AM'20: Audio Mostly 2020, 15 09 2020 17 09 2020, Graz Austria.
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Lemmey, Richard (2011) Dialogue, critique and creativity: some questions for the profession. Horizons, 55 . pp. 30-31.
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Lemmey, Richard (2012) Effective dialogue in outdoor work: ‘Let the mountains speak for themselves’ – so the saying goes. Horizons, 57 . pp. 24-25.
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Lemmey, Richard (2013) Imagination, creativity and the importance of transport planes. Horizons, 61 . pp. 29-31.
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Lemmey, Tania (2020) Connection with nature in the UK during the COVID-19 lockdown. University of Cumbria, Carlisle, UK. (Unpublished)
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Loynes, Christopher and Towers, Daniel (2018) Co-creating an outdoor curriculum for the 21st century. In: University of Cumbria Pedagogy in Practice Seminar (PIPs), 21 February 2018, University of Cumbria, Ambleside, UK. (Unpublished)
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Lund, Lisbeth Kronsted (2019) Sea-kayaking, well-being and experiences of the sea. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria (awarding body Lancaster University).
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Mansfield, Lois (2005) Changes in upland agriculture and its effects on the environment: a case study from Cumbria, UK. In: European Society for Rural Sociology XXI Congress: A common European countryside? Change and continuity, diversity and cohesion in the enlarged Europe, 22-27 August 2005, Keszthely, Hungary. (Unpublished)
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Mansfield, Lois (2019) Resilience in upland agriculture. In: Bangor Geographical Society Talk, 19 February 2019, University of Bangor, Wales, UK. (Unpublished)

Mansfield, Lois (2017) Upland resource management in Britain. Geography, 102 (3). pp. 141-152.
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Mansfield, Lois (2018) Upland sheep: a curse or vital tool? In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference: Geographical Landscapes / Changing Landscapes of Geography, 28-31 August 2018, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK. (Unpublished)
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Mansfield, Lois (2019) Valuing cultural capital: place-based rural development for hill farming opportunities from Japan. (Unpublished)
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Mansfield, Lois (2018) The geology of High Borrowdale. Conserving Lakeland, 77 . pp. 8-9.
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Mansfield, Lois, Burton, Rob J., Schwarz, Gerald, Brown, Katrina M. and Convery, Ian (2006) The heft: a multifunctional management tool. International Journal of Biodiversity Science & Management, 2 (3). pp. 238-241.

McKelvie, Logan (2019) Emotional intelligence in outdoor experiential leaders: a psychometric inquiry. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Mcphie, Jamie (2015) Place, perception and placebo: the healing power of nature. In: Norton, Christine L., Carpenter, Cathryn and Pryor, Anita, (eds.) Adventure therapy around the globe: international perspectives and diverse approaches. Health, Wellness & Society . Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, Illinois, USA, pp. 552-570.

Mcphie, Jamie (2016) Walking in circles: we are of the world, not connected to it. EarthLines: the Culture of Nature, 15 . pp. 49-51.
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Mcphie, Jamie (2013) A scientist, a ghost and an environmentalist walk into a pub. In: Windermere reflections evening talk, 19 November 2013, Ambleside, UK. (Unpublished)

Mcphie, Jamie and Clarke, David A.G. (2018) Nature matters: diffracting a keystone concept of environmental education research – just for kicks. Environmental Education Research, 26 (9-10). pp. 1509-1526.
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Mcphie, Jamie and Clarke, David A.G. (2014) A walk in the park: considering practice for environmental education through an immanent take on the ‘material turn’. In: Under Western Skies Conference (UWS 2014): Intersections of Environments, Technologies, and Communities, 9-12 September 2014, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.. (Unpublished)

Mcphie, Jamie and Dykes, Nigel (2016) The wasp, the cave and the lamppost. In: 5th International Adventure Conference, 19-21 October 2016, Tralee, Ireland. (Unpublished)
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Metzler, Hannah Lina (2019) An album of protest: assembling narratives from the Hambacher Forst squat. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Nevin, Owen and Swain, Peter (2005) Economics of grizzly bear viewing: a tool for preservation of high density landscape in British Colombia? In: 16th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, 27 September - 1 October 2005, Riva del Garda, Trentino, Italy. (Unpublished)
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Nevin, Owen, Swain, Peter and Ramsey, Andrew D. (2006) Land valuation and the economics of ecotourism: a tool for the preservation of high diversity landscapes? In: 1st European Congress of Conservation Biology (ECCB): Diversity for Europe: Learning from Other Continents, 22-26 August 2006, Eger, Hungary. (Unpublished)


Oettl, Therese Sofie (2016) Outdoor adventure experiences for grieving children and adolescents in a transcultural context. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Palmer, Stefanie (2018) Indigenous wisdom in outdoor programmes: an Australian case study. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Parashkevova, Martina (2016) Why keep on walking? Long distance walkers’ motivation matters: the case of the second European Peace Walk. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Prager, Simone (2019) Erleben and its meaning for vulnerable youth: a case study with digital stories. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria (awarding body Lancaster University).
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Prameshwari, Wicky (2015) Doing scuba diving: sensing the underwater landscape. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Prince, Heather (2016) Outdoor experiences and sustainability. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 17 (2). pp. 161-171.
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Ramsey, Andrew D., Nevin, Owen and Armstrong, Roy (2008) Golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) restoration in the Lake District National Park; an investigation of public demand and economic benefits. In: Symposium of the Zoological Society of London (ZSL): Avian Reintroduction Biology, 8-9 May 2008, The Zoological Society of London, UK.

Rawles, Kate (2011) Greening outdoor practice. Horizons, 55 . pp. 20-22.
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Reynolds, Olivia (2018) A critical analysis of outdoor learning experiences and the impact on pupil development and conceptual understanding. The STeP Journal: Student Teacher Perspectives, 5 (1). pp. 22-29.
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Scott, Liam (2013) How do outdoor educators understand their relationship with nature? Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Shaw, Christian (2017) Mountains, movements & motives: guidebook discourse and the shaping of tourist experience in the Lake District fells 1778-1900. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Sky, Storming and Mcphie, Jamie (2015) A last wolf in England: the wolf’s tale. Dark Mountain, 7 . pp. 223-230.
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Smith, Darrell, Convery, Ian, Sinclair, Billy and Bold, Valentina (2016) The Solway estuary: a socio-cultural evaluation of a coastal energy landscape.
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Tipton, Matthew (2018) An investigation into children's gender stereotypes and the effect they have on children’s career aspirations. The STeP Journal: Student Teacher Perspectives, 5 (1). pp. 50-63.
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Towers, Daniel and Loynes, Christopher (2017) Finding new ways: developing a time and place responsive approach to outdoor learning. Horizons, 78 . pp. 10-13.
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Towers, Daniel and Loynes, Christopher (2019) Knowledge construction in outdoor education. In: Kahn, Peter and Anderson, Lorraine, (eds.) Developing your teaching towards excellence, 2nd edition. Key guides for effective teaching in higher education series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK.
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Uwah, Ahamefula (2014) Ethnic minorities and outdoor recreation: constraints to participation by black minority ethnic groups in the UK. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Weller, Andrew (2018) Shamanic journey of a wounded soul: an auto ethnographic study of bereavement from an indigenous standpoint. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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White, Victoria (2019) Out in the open: an examination of the physical and psychological affordances of outdoor spaces within the delivery of formal therapy. In: Valuing Nature Annual Conference 2019, 28-29 October 2019, Royal Society, London, UK. (Unpublished)
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Wilson, Mark, Snaebjornsdottir, Bryndis, Benediktsson, Karl, Hannula, Mika and Broglio, Ron (2006) (a) fly: between nature and culture / flug(a): milli náttúru og menningar. Smárit Þjóðminjasafns Íslands, 16 . National Museum of Iceland / Þjóðminjasafn Íslands, Reykjavík, Iceland.
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Woodbridge, Michael (2014) The transcultural hero: a hermeneutic inquiry into the role of heroism in modern society. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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