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Sea Lines of Communication 2014


Society and Government

Dr. Ian Friel - 'A matter of interpretation: Historical research, museums and heritage'

Peter Campbell - 'Innovation in Technology and Society: Insight from Archaeology'

Elizabeth Gray - 'Sea pictures'

Climate and Environment

Prof. John Shepherd - 'The Oceans, the Environment, and Climate Change'

Frances Dunn - 'Understanding sediment delivery to deltas under future environmental change'

Dr. Alexander Hay - 'The maritime horror fiction of William Hope Hodgson - archetype and nuance'

Debo Awofeso - 'Sustainable development and maritime law'

Energy and Resources

Prof. AbuBakr Bahaj - 'Global Marine Energy Technologies - Statues and Future Prospects'

Amelia Astley - 'Utilisation of oceanographic tools in marine cultural heritage management'

Xing Sun - 'Operational energy efficiency performance evaluation for an inland river ship by statistical analysis'

Jonathan Dale - 'Inter-annual and multi-decadal variability and accelerations in sea-level rise around the UK'

Trade and Transport

Dr. John McAleer - '"A constant and unreserved correspondence": Trade, transport and the circulation of ideas in Britain's maritime world'

Andria Alexandrou - 'Balancing the economic arguments for ship-owners against the protection of the environment'

Thomas Dhoop - 'Man, ships, harbours & towns. The impact of maritime trade and commerce on urban structure and social life in the 12th to 14th century northern Europe'

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