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Environmental Plant Physiology (2015)
Book
Willey, N. (2015). Environmental Plant Physiology. Garland Science

Environmental Plant Physiology focuses on the physiology of plant-environment interactions, revealing plants as the key terrestrial intersection of the biosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere and geosphere. It provides a contemporary understanding of the... Read More about Environmental Plant Physiology.

Inter-Taxa differences in iodine uptake by plants: Implications for food quality and contamination (2015)
Journal Article
Siasou, E., & Willey, N. (2015). Inter-Taxa differences in iodine uptake by plants: Implications for food quality and contamination. Agronomy, 5(4), 537-554. https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy5040537

© 2015 by the authors. Although iodine is not essential for plants, they take it up readily and, in foodchains, are significant sources of iodine for organisms with an essential requirement for it. During several nuclear accidents radioiodine has bee... Read More about Inter-Taxa differences in iodine uptake by plants: Implications for food quality and contamination.

Making the most of what we have: Application of extrapolation approaches in radioecological wildlife transfer models (2015)
Journal Article
Beresford, N. A., Wood, M. D., Vives i Batlle, J., Yankovich, T. L., Bradshaw, C., & Willey, N. (2016). Making the most of what we have: Application of extrapolation approaches in radioecological wildlife transfer models. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 151(2), 373-386. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvrad.2015.03.022

© 2015 The Authors. We will never have data to populate all of the potential radioecological modelling parameters required for wildlife assessments. Therefore, we need robust extrapolation approaches which allow us to make best use of our available k... Read More about Making the most of what we have: Application of extrapolation approaches in radioecological wildlife transfer models.

Thai visitors’ expectations and experiences of explainer interaction within a science museum context (2015)
Journal Article
Sonchaeng, P., Kamolpattana, S., Chen, G., Sonchaen, P., Wilkinson, C., Willey, N., & Bultitude, K. (2015). Thai visitors’ expectations and experiences of explainer interaction within a science museum context. Public Understanding of Science, 24(1), 69-85. https://doi.org/10.1177/0963662514525560

© The Author(s) 2015. In Western literature, there is evidence that museum explainers offer significant potential for enhancing visitors’ learning through influencing their knowledge, content, action, behaviour and attitudes. However, little research... Read More about Thai visitors’ expectations and experiences of explainer interaction within a science museum context.