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Cole, S. and Eriksson, J. (2010) Tourism and human rights. In: Cole, S. and Morgan, N., eds. (2010) Tourism and Inequality: Problems and Prospects. Oxford: CABI. ISBN 9781845936907

Cole, S. and Morgan, N. (2010) Introduction: tourism and inequalities. In: Cole, S. and Morgan, N., eds. (2010) Tourism and Inequality: Problems and Prospects. Oxford: CABI, xvii-xxv. ISBN 9781845936907

Cole, S. and Morgan, N. e. (2010) Tourism and inequality: problems and prospects. Oxford: CABI. ISBN 9781845936907

Gouda, H., Ashley, R., Blanksby, J., Oltean-Dumbrava, C. and Adams, A. (2010) Sewer sediment management based on hydraulic modelling and life cycle assessment concept. In: 1st International Conference & Exhibition on Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation, SWSSC 2010, Cairo, Egypt, 25th-27th July, 2010., pp. 1-14

Parker, C., Thorne, C., Bingner, R., Wells, R. and Wilcox, D. (2010) Automated mapping of potential for ephemeral gully formation in agricultural watersheds. In: Federal Interagency Sediment Conference , Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, June 2010.

Quinn, N. (2010) Are trends in flashiness evident in natural catchments in the United Kingdom? In: BHS Third International Symposium, Managing Consequences of a Changing Global Environment, Newcastle University, UK, 2010.

Thorne, C., Henshaw, A., Bates, P., Brown, D., Coulthard, T., Gurnell, A., Lewin, J., Longfield, S., Maas, G., Macklin, M., Newson, M., Nicholas, A., Parker, C., Rees, J., Sear, D., Surendran, S., Walker, J. and Warburton, J. (2010) Applied fluvial geomorphology for sustainable flood risk management. In: DEFRA Annual Flood & Coastal Risk Management Conference, Telford,UK, July 2010.

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