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Drift and diffusion functions of historical time series and UKCP18 convection-permitting model outputs for Bristol and Filton (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Chun, K., Danaila, L., & Fossa, M. (2023, March). Drift and diffusion functions of historical time series and UKCP18 convection-permitting model outputs for Bristol and Filton. Presented at LMFL Fluid Mechanics Webinar Series, Lille

As global temperatures continue to rise and affect atmospheric dynamics, there is a growing need to develop methods for investigating the temporal evolution of climate fields. These methods are useful to quantify both short- and long-term changes, as... Read More about Drift and diffusion functions of historical time series and UKCP18 convection-permitting model outputs for Bristol and Filton.

Managing potential pathogens in stored rainwater using small-scale in-situ electrochemical activation (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, G., Fox, B., Steer, M., Thorn, R., & Reynolds, D. (2022, September). Managing potential pathogens in stored rainwater using small-scale in-situ electrochemical activation. Presented at International Water Association World Water Congress and Exhibition, Copenhagen

Rainwater can be a lifeline for many people who do not have piped water supplies, experience dry seasons, or live-in fresh water scarce areas. The quality of stored rainwater can deteriorate over time, due to increasing concentrations of contaminants... Read More about Managing potential pathogens in stored rainwater using small-scale in-situ electrochemical activation.

Interrogating water and public health concerns through participatory theatre methodologies - The Iheakpu-Awka example (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Erojikwe, I., Chigor, V., & Adukwu, E. (2018, April). Interrogating water and public health concerns through participatory theatre methodologies - The Iheakpu-Awka example. Paper presented at Faculty of arts, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 2018 international conference, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Health Humanities as an emerging discipline seeks the convergence of health and humanities in the effort to promote good health as well tackle health concerns. Theatre has been identified as a powerful tool of change for preventive medicine. As an ef... Read More about Interrogating water and public health concerns through participatory theatre methodologies - The Iheakpu-Awka example.