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Application of multiple stable isotopes to aid identification of the origin of regional and organic animal products in Hesse, Germany (2023)
Journal Article
Gatzert, X., Chun, K. P., Hermanowski, R., Mäder, R., Breuer, L., Gattinger, A., & Orlowski, N. (2023). Application of multiple stable isotopes to aid identification of the origin of regional and organic animal products in Hesse, Germany. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 59(4-6), 490-510. https://doi.org/10.1080/10256016.2023.2273941

There is an increasing global demand for regional and organic produce. However, the growth of these markets depends on consumers’ trust. Thus, novel methods must be developed to aid the verification of the origin of produce. We built on our previous... Read More about Application of multiple stable isotopes to aid identification of the origin of regional and organic animal products in Hesse, Germany.

A review of the performance of CHIRPS and future research directions in hydro-climatic studies (2023)
Journal Article
Du, H., Tan, M. L., Zhang, F., Chun, K., Li, L., & Humayun Kabir, M. (in press). A review of the performance of CHIRPS and future research directions in hydro-climatic studies. Theoretical and Applied Climatology,

Long-term gridded precipitation products (GPPs) are crucial for climatology and hydrological research to overcome the limitations of gauge observations. Climate Hazards Group InfraRed Precipitation with Station data (CHIRPS) provides long-term daily... Read More about A review of the performance of CHIRPS and future research directions in hydro-climatic studies.

Towards a socio-material approach to reducing the water demand of cleanliness (2023)
Thesis
Simpson, K. Towards a socio-material approach to reducing the water demand of cleanliness. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/9642880

In the UK, water supplies are under pressure from climate, population, and lifestyle change, and showering is the largest component of domestic water consumption. Students are high water-users, in part due to pressure to conform to high standards of... Read More about Towards a socio-material approach to reducing the water demand of cleanliness.

The merit of the North Sea-Caspian pattern in explaining climate variability in the Euro-Mediterranean region (2023)
Journal Article
Çağlar, F., Yetemen, O., Chun, K. P., & Sen, O. L. (2023). The merit of the North Sea-Caspian pattern in explaining climate variability in the Euro-Mediterranean region. International Journal of Climatology, 43(10), 4648-4661. https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.8108

Teleconnection patterns are one of the key features to understanding high-frequency natural climate variability. The North Sea-Caspian Pattern (NCP) was identified as a middle tropospheric dipole and its hydroclimatological implications have been sub... Read More about The merit of the North Sea-Caspian pattern in explaining climate variability in the Euro-Mediterranean region.

Allometric relations between DBH and sapwood area for predicting stand transpiration: Lessons learned from the Quercus genus (2023)
Journal Article
Schoppach, R., Chun, K., & Klaus, J. (2023). Allometric relations between DBH and sapwood area for predicting stand transpiration: Lessons learned from the Quercus genus. European Journal of Forest Research, 142, 797–809. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10342-023-01558-9

Catchment-scale transpiration is commonly determined by the use of sap-flow sensors, and its quantification, which is critical for water and forest management, relies crucially on the total catchment’s sapwood area (As). Species-specific allometric r... Read More about Allometric relations between DBH and sapwood area for predicting stand transpiration: Lessons learned from the Quercus genus.

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.

Variations in bacteriological and physicochemical water quality characteristics of Asata River, Enugu, Nigeria (2023)
Journal Article
Ozochi, C., Nwankwo, C., Enemuor, S., Chidebelu, P., Adukwu, E., & Chigor, V. (2023). Variations in bacteriological and physicochemical water quality characteristics of Asata River, Enugu, Nigeria. Microbiology Journal, 13(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.3923/mj.2023.1.10

Background and Objective: Globally, river water remains an important source of water for drinking, domestic and other uses. This study aimed to assess the bacteriological and physicochemical properties of Asata River water. Materials and Methods: A... Read More about Variations in bacteriological and physicochemical water quality characteristics of Asata River, Enugu, Nigeria.