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Jonathan Ball

Information and Computational Sciences
Information and Computational Sciences
Geocomputation Scientist
jonathan.ball@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Bibliography

  • Ball, J.; Watt, S.; Capanni, N. (2007) Virtual reality for mutual understanding in landscape planning., International Journal of Social Sciences on Virtual Reality for Distance Education, 27, 78-88.
  • Young, M.E.; Ball, J.; Feeney, I. (2007) The state of Scotland's historic buildings., Report to Historic Scotland.
  • Ball, J.S.; Cummins, R.P.; McKeen, M.; Lilly, A. (2006) A borders wetland vision: development of a strategic planning tool for wetland biodiversity conservation., Report to the Scottish Borders Council.
  • Ball, J. and Miller, D.R. (2004) Initial assessment of possible, visible impact issues relating to a proposed windfarm in Perthshire (Welton of Creuchies)., Report to E.ON Group (Confidential report).
  • Miller, D.R.; Bell, J.S.; Ball, J.; Morrice, J.G.; Wood, M.; Ward Thompson, C.; Ode, A.; Horne, P.L. (2004) Study into landscape potential for wind turbine development in East and North Highland and Moray., European Commission.
  • Young, M.E., Ball, J., Laing, R.A., Cordiner, P. and Scott, J. (2003) Maintenance and repair of cleaned stone buildings., Report to Historic Scotland.
  • Young, M.E., Ball, J., Laing, R.A., Cordiner, P. and Scott, J. (2003) The consequences of past stonecleaning intervention on future policy and resources., Report to Historic Scotland.
  • Ball, J. (2003) Strategic prediction of cumulative impact of wind farm developments in North Ayrshire., Report to The North Ayrshire Council.
  • Ball, J. (2003) Visibility mapping for windfarm development in the Scottish Borders., Report to The Scottish Borders Council.
  • Young, M.E.; Ball, J.; Laing, R.A. (2000) Quantification of the decay rates of cleaned and soiled building sandstones., In: Stone Decay: Its Causes and Controls (eds. B.J. Smith and A.V. Turkington). Proceedings of Weathering 2000, Belfast, 26-30 June 2000. Donhead Publishing Ltd., Shaftsbury, UK, pp3-32. ISBN: 1-873394-57-8

  • Ball, J.; Watt, S.; Capanni, N. (2007) Virtual reality for mutual understanding in landscape planning., International Journal of Social Sciences on Virtual Reality for Distance Education, 27, 78-88.

  • Young, M.E.; Ball, J.; Laing, R.A. (2000) Quantification of the decay rates of cleaned and soiled building sandstones., In: Stone Decay: Its Causes and Controls (eds. B.J. Smith and A.V. Turkington). Proceedings of Weathering 2000, Belfast, 26-30 June 2000. Donhead Publishing Ltd., Shaftsbury, UK, pp3-32. ISBN: 1-873394-57-8

  • Young, M.E.; Ball, J.; Feeney, I. (2007) The state of Scotland's historic buildings., Report to Historic Scotland.
  • Ball, J.S.; Cummins, R.P.; McKeen, M.; Lilly, A. (2006) A borders wetland vision: development of a strategic planning tool for wetland biodiversity conservation., Report to the Scottish Borders Council.
  • Ball, J. and Miller, D.R. (2004) Initial assessment of possible, visible impact issues relating to a proposed windfarm in Perthshire (Welton of Creuchies)., Report to E.ON Group (Confidential report).
  • Miller, D.R.; Bell, J.S.; Ball, J.; Morrice, J.G.; Wood, M.; Ward Thompson, C.; Ode, A.; Horne, P.L. (2004) Study into landscape potential for wind turbine development in East and North Highland and Moray., European Commission.
  • Young, M.E., Ball, J., Laing, R.A., Cordiner, P. and Scott, J. (2003) Maintenance and repair of cleaned stone buildings., Report to Historic Scotland.
  • Young, M.E., Ball, J., Laing, R.A., Cordiner, P. and Scott, J. (2003) The consequences of past stonecleaning intervention on future policy and resources., Report to Historic Scotland.
  • Ball, J. (2003) Strategic prediction of cumulative impact of wind farm developments in North Ayrshire., Report to The North Ayrshire Council.
  • Ball, J. (2003) Visibility mapping for windfarm development in the Scottish Borders., Report to The Scottish Borders Council.

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