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Hill, J. and Woodland, W. (2005) Globalisation and culture: A case study of two subterranean communities in southern Tunisia. Geography, 90. pp. 42-53.
Hill, J., Woodland, W. and Spalding, R. (2004) Linking teaching and research in an undergraduate fieldwork module: a case study. PLANET, 13. pp. 4-7.
Hill, J. and Woodland, W. (2003) Subterranean settlements in southern Tunisia: environmental and cultural controls on morphology, community dynamics and sustainability. Geography, 88. pp. 23-39.
Hill, J. (2001) Species composition in fragmented forests: Conservation implications of changing forest area. Applied Geography, 21 (2). pp. 157-174. ISSN 0143-6228
Woodland, W., Hill, J. and Terry, A. (2006) Water management for agriculture in Tunisia: towards environmentally sustainable development. In: Hill, J., Terry, A. and Woodland (eds0, W., eds. (2006) Sustainable Development: National Aspirations, Local Implementation. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 229-251.
Hill, J. and Woodland, W. (2004) Tropical Rainforest Information Pack. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Conference or Workshop Item
Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T. and Longhurst, J. (2009) The need for improved sensing technology for estimating emissions and concentrations of pollution at ground-level in the lower latitudes space for Africa: Joint participation, knowledge development and sharing. In: International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) 3rd African Regional Conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 24th-26th November 2010.
Hill, J. (2004) Area, shape and isolation of tropical forest fragments: Effects on tree species diversity and implications for conservation. In: Paper presented at University of New South Wales, Sydney, Study Abroad Summer School, 25 July.
Hill, J. (2004) Rainforest diversity and ecotourism: Exploring the links. In: Paper presented at Geographical Association Lecture Programme, Bristol University, 24 November.
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