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|2016||Growing up wild||Howland||Paper|
|2016||The benefits of outdoor learning for children in urban areas||Lewis||Paper|
|2016||Schools for resilience - reconnecting schools with their community||Phillips & Moyes||Paper|
|2016||Mapping diversity in Pembrokeshire - A biological application of ArcGIS||Weston||Paper|
|2016||The hand model - its practical potential for guiding outdoor learning for sustainability||Winks||Paper|
|2000||Developing field visits for facts and feeling||Tunnicliffe||9||4||262|
|1996||Education and conservation issues in the Slapton Ley NNR||Trudgill, Chell & Riley||8||4||232|
|1993||From field studies to taxonomy||Disney||8||2||223|
|1993||Learning more about ecology: post graduate certificate in education biologist field courses||Barker & Lucas||8||2||222|
|1993||Thoughts on fieldwork||Booth||8||2||221|
|1993||Developing field courses for schools, Past, present and future||Wilson||8||2||220|
|1993||Ethics, attitudes and environmental understanding||Berry||8||2||219|
|1982||The use for teaching purposes of a rocky shore receiving refinery effluent||Iball & Crump||5||4||150|
|1980||Biological Illustration: a guide to drawing for reproduction||Dalby & Dalby||5||2||135|
|1972||Centres for field studies in England and Wales: the results of a questionnaire survey in 1969||Herbert, Oswald & Sinker||3||4||86|
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