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Bossi, R. and Skjøth, C. and Skov, H. (2013) Three Years (2008-2010) Measurements of Atmospheric Concentrations of Organochlorine Pesticides (OCPs) at Station Nord, North East Greenland. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts (Formerly the Journal of Environmental Monitoring), 15 (12). pp. 2213-2219. ISSN Print: 1464-0325 Online: 1464-0333

Filatov, Victor and Dowdle, John and Smirnoff, Nicholas and Ford-Lloyd, B.V. and Newbury, John and Macnair, Mark R. (2007) A Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis of Zinc Hyperaccumulation in Arabidopsis Halleri. New Phytologist, 174 (3). pp. 580-590.

Howarth, Sue (2004) Snail Shells and Acid Rain – an Alternative to Marble Chips and Acid. School Science Review, 85 (312). pp. 47-56.

Howarth, Sue and Woollhead, Alan (2008) Sweet Science: Practical Ideas Using Sweets and Biscuits to Teach Earth Science Topics in Secondary Science. School Science Review, 89 (328). pp. 31-34.

Scott, Linda and Howarth, Sue (2012) Marketing and Extending Your STEM Club. School Science Review, 94 (347). pp. 19-22.

Tseng, Hua-Ming and Gattolin, Stefano and Newbury, John and David A., Barrett (2009) Analysis of Mono-, Di- and Oligosaccharides by CE Using a Two-Stage Derivatization Method and LIF Detection. Electrophoresis, 30. pp. 1-7. ISSN 0173-0835 (print), 1522-2683 (online)

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Howarth, Sue and Scott, Linda (2014) Success With STEM Workshop. In: Association for Science Education annual conference 2014, 8-11 January 2014, University of Birmingham.

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