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Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

Management Team – Open University

Directors

Prof. Nick Braithwaite (Dept. Physical Sciences)

Prof. Steve Swithenby (Dept. Physical Sciences)

Management

Dr Kat Garrow (Project Manager)

Dr James Smith (Project Manager)

Mr Brian Richardson (Science Production Coordinator)

Mr Joe Mills (Science Production Coordinator)

Tracy Bartlett (Project Support)

Academic Investigators

Dr Sarah Davies (Dept. Earth, Environment & Ecosystems)

Prof Simon Kelley (Dept. Physical Sciences)

Prof Bob Lambourne (Dept. Physical Sciences)

Prof David Male (Dept. Life, Health & Chemical Sciences)

Dr Shailey Minocha (Dept. of Computing)

Prof Marian Petre (Dept. of Computing)

Prof Stefan Rueger (Knowledge Media Institute)

Prof Eileen Scanlon (Institute of Educational Technology)

Prof Peter Scott (Knowledge Media Institute)

Prof Mike Sharples (Institute of Educational Technology)

Prof Jonathan Silvertown (Dept. Earth, Environment & Ecosystems)

Research Fellow

Dr Eloy Villasclaras-Fernandez (Institute of Educational Technology)

Applications

Freshwater Invertebrates

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources:

Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked the publishers will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity.

The Open University team:

Hilary Denny (Consultant)

Spencer Harben (Centre for Educational Software)

Darren Wycherley (BBC)

Steve Best (Graphic Design)

with contributions from many other members of the S216 Module Team.

The video sequences in this activity were produced by BBC Milton Keynes.

Dragonfly: Mike Dodd

Mayfly nymph: Mike Dodd

Blackfly: Heather Angel (Natural Visions)

Diving Beetle: Heather Angel (Natural Visions)

Leech: Heather Angel (Natural Visions)

Midge Larva: Heather Angel (Natural Visions)

Adult caddis-fly: G.I. Bernard (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Daddy-long-legs larva: G.I. Bernard (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Midge: G.I. Bernard (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Worms: G.I. Bernard (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Adult daddy-long-legs: G.A. MacLean (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Shrimp: Colin Milkins/Getty Images

Water Snail: Colin Milkins/Getty Images

Hoglouse: R.L. Manuel (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Stonefly nymph: R.L. Manuel (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Flatworm: R.L. Manuel (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Dragonfly nymph: Oxford Scientific Films)

Caddis-fly pupa in case: Picavet/Getty Images

Aphodis Rufipes: Dr Roger S Key

Heather hypothesis

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources:

Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked the publishers will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity.

The Open University team:

David Gowing (Department of Biology)

Rachael James (Department of Earth Sciences)

Nancy Dise (Department of Earth Sciences)

Damion Young (Centre for Educational Software)

Gary Tucknott (Science Web and Interactive Multimedia Group)

Steve Best (Graphic Design)

with contributions from many other members of the S216 Module Team.

Maps and landforms

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources:

Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked the publishers will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity.

The Open University team:

Mark Sephton (Department of Earth Sciences)

Kevin Church (Department of Chemistry)

Fiona Thomson (Centre for Educational Software)

Steve Best (Graphic Design)

with contributions from many other members of the S216 Module Team.

Map of Devonshire and Excester (old spelling): Source Unknown

Map of Devonshire: Essex University

Greenwood's map of Devon Sheet SX97: © Devon County Council 2001

Babylonion Tablet: © The Trustees of the British Museum

Ordnance Survey maps and legend: Reproduced from the Ordnance Survey ® Landranger ® maps with permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of The Controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office, © Crown copyright, The Open Univerity, ED 100020607

3-D maps electronic map data: Produced using Ordnance Survey digital data and the Ordnance Survey ® Landranger ® maps with permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of The Controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office, © Crown copyright, The Open University, ED 100020607

Topgraphy and drainage maps: Based on the Ordnance Survey ® Landranger ® maps with permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of The Controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office, © Crown copyright, The Open University, ED 100020607

Productivity of bats

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources:

Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked the publishers will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity.

The Open University team:

Hilary Denny (Consultant)

Will Rawes (Centre for Educational Software)

Darren Wycherley (BBC)

Steve Best (Graphic Design)

with contributions from many other members of the S216 Module Team.

The video sequences in this activity were produced by BBC Milton Keynes.

Dor Beetle: Mike Dodd

Noctuid moth: Frithjof Skibbe (Orginally from Oxford Scientific Films)

Cockchafer: Arthur Butler (Orginally Oxford Scientific Films)

Daddy-long-legs: G.A. MacLean (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Greater horseshoe bat: Stephen Dalton (Originally Oxford Scientific Films)

Soils of the Teign Valley

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources:

Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked the publishers will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity.

The Open University team:

Nancy Dise (Department of Earth Sciences)

Damion Young (Centre for Educational Software)

Gary Tucknott (Science Web and Interactive Multimedia Group)

Steve Best (Graphic Design)

with contributions from many other members of the S216 Module Team.

Virtual Skiddaw: 3D geology field trip

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources:

Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked the publishers will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity.

This activity was written, designed and developed by,

The Open University team:

Tom Argles, Nick Braithwaite, Sarah Davies, Kat Garrow, Sara Hack, Shailey Minocha and Brian Richardson.

Daden team:

Iain Brazendale, David Burden, Tim Lozinski, Macdonald Mbaya, Paul Rahme, Lucy Smallwood-Rose, Darrell Smith and Guy Wallace

LiDAR data was acquired by Trent & Peak Archaeology

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for assets used in this production:

Getmapping plc

© Crown Copyright/database right 2013. An Ordnance Survey/EDINA supplied service.

Geological Map Data © NERC 2013

Copyright © 2013 The Open University and its licensors.

All rights reserved.

Horizon Photo by DAVID ILIFF. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0. Original image can be viewed / downloaded here: http://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/ File:Keswick,_Cumbria_Panorama_1_-_June_2009.jpg