Outer Hebrides Biological Recording

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Angus, S., 2001. The Outer Hebrides. Moor and Machair, Cambridge: The White Horse Press.
Angus, S. & Elliott, M.M., 1992. Problems of erosion in Scottish machair with particular reference to the Outer Hebrides. In Coastal dunes: geomorphology, ecology and management for conservation. Coastal dunes: geomorphology, ecology and management for conservation. Rotterdam: A.A.Balkema, pp. 93-112.
Angus, S. & Hansom, J.D., 2004. Tir a’mhachair, tir nan loch? Climate change scenarios for Scottish machair systems: a wet future?. In Delivering sustainable coasts: connecting science and policy, 565-569. Delivering sustainable coasts: connecting science and policy, 565-569. Cambridge Publications, pp. 565-569.
Angus, S., 1994. The conservation importance of the machair systems of the Scottish islands, with particular reference to the Outer Hebrides. In The islands of Scotland: a living marine heritage. The islands of Scotland: a living marine heritage. Edinburgh: HMSO, pp. 95-120.
Angus, S., 2004. De tha machair? Towards a machair definition. In Proceedings Delivering sustainable coasts: connecting science and policy, . Proceedings Delivering sustainable coasts: connecting science and policy, . Cambridge Publications, pp. 552-558.
Angus, S., 2009. Dé tha cearr air a’mhachaire? Biodiversity issues for Scottish machair: an initial appraisal . Glasgow Naturalist, 25(Supplement: Machair Conservation: Successes and Challenges), pp.53-62. Available at: https://www.glasgownaturalhistory.org.uk/machair/de_tha_cearr.pdf.
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Gilbertson, D.D. et al., 1995. The machair vegetation of South Uist and Barra in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland: its interacting ecological, geomorphic and historical dimensions. In Ecological Relations in Historical Times: Human Impact and Adaptation. Ecological Relations in Historical Times: Human Impact and Adaptation. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 17-44.

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