Geoverse ISSN 1758-3411
The Undergraduate research journal for Geography
- Changing geographies of retail: does the high street have a future?
Rikhil Morjaria, University of Reading
- International retirement migrants and their sense of home: The case of Malta
Alexandra Hamilton, Oxford Brookes University
- The Impact of Land Cover and Sea: Breeze on Blackpool’s Coastal Urban Heat Island
Damon Waterworth, University of Chester, Department for Geography and Development Studies
- Establishing Depositional Coastal Landform Development through Particle Characteristics: A Case Study of the Marshland at Budleigh Salterton, Devon
Harry West and Paolo Santarpino, Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of the West of England, Bristol
- ‘Hindus on a Rock’: A socio-geographical analysis of the Sindhi community of Gibraltar and its diaspora from modern-day Pakistan
James Peck, Oxford Brookes University
- Why do you even lift: The reasons for men attempting to gain muscular physiques through working out in gyms in the North East of England
Lewis Hill, Northumbria University
- Locavoracious: What are the impacts and feasibility of satisfying food demand with local production?
Katie O'Sullivan, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
- The Ambitions of Secondary School Girls in Jinja District, Uganda in the context of 'Gender Blancing'.
Jonathan Kelly, Department of Geography, University of Gloucestershire.
- Dispersal and Deposition Modelling of Ash from Soufrière Hills Volcano, Montserrat.
Tom Pering, Department of Geography, University of Reading.
- A Critical Evaluation of Salt Weathering impacts on Building Materials at Jazirat al Hamra, United Arab Emirates
Sarah-Jane Bates, Department of Geography, Oxford Brookes University.
- An investigation into plant species composition on the Roman wall in Silchester, Hampshire, UK
Cheryl Pocock, Department of Geography, Oxford Brookes University.
- Effects of an impact event: A analysis of asteroid 1989FC
Tom Gilchrist, Department of Geography, University of Reading.
- Does the carbon footprint of organic milk production negate its environmental benefits?
Henry J.W. Robertson, Department of Geography, Oxford Brookes University.
- The relationship between crack orientation and solar insolation in Wadi Shehah, Northern United Arab Emirates
Elisabeth Rewcastle, Department of Geography, Oxford Brookes University.
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