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Reconfiguring energy flows: Energy grid-lock and the role of regions in shaping electricity infrastructure networks (2022)
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De Laurentis, C., & Cowell, R. (in press). Reconfiguring energy flows: Energy grid-lock and the role of regions in shaping electricity infrastructure networks. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, https://doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2021.2008235

This paper investigates how a regional perspective can offer an insightful frame to examine the distribution of agency in energy transitions, with particular reference to the widespread problem of restructuring electricity grid networks to accommodat... Read More about Reconfiguring energy flows: Energy grid-lock and the role of regions in shaping electricity infrastructure networks.

Building local capacity for managing environmental risk: A transferable framework for participatory, place-based, science-narrative knowledge exchange (2022)
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Mcewen, L., Roberts, L., Holmes, A., Blake, J., Liguori, A., & Taylor, T. (in press). Building local capacity for managing environmental risk: A transferable framework for participatory, place-based, science-narrative knowledge exchange. Sustainability Science,

This paper evaluates a unique, transdisciplinary participatory research and knowledge exchange methodology developed in the Drought Risk and You (DRY) project and offers it as a transferable framework for others engaging stakeholders with environment... Read More about Building local capacity for managing environmental risk: A transferable framework for participatory, place-based, science-narrative knowledge exchange.

Impact of the North-Sea Caspian pattern on meteorological drought and vegetation response over diverging environmental systems in Western Eurasia (2022)
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He, Q., Xu, B., Dieppois, B., Yetemen, O., Lutfi Sen, O., Klaus, J., …Chun, K. (in press). Impact of the North-Sea Caspian pattern on meteorological drought and vegetation response over diverging environmental systems in Western Eurasia. Ecohydrology, https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.2446

Emerging drought stress on vegetation over western Eurasia is linked to varying teleconnection patterns. The North-Sea Caspian pattern (NCP) is a relatively less studied Eurasian teleconnection pattern which has a role on drought conditions and the c... Read More about Impact of the North-Sea Caspian pattern on meteorological drought and vegetation response over diverging environmental systems in Western Eurasia.

Dialogic feedforward in assessment: Pivotal to learning but not unproblematic (2022)
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Hill, J., & West, H. (2022). Dialogic feedforward in assessment: Pivotal to learning but not unproblematic. Teaching and Learning Inquiry, 10, https://doi.org/10.20343/teachlearninqu.10.20

A key debate in higher education is how assessment and feedback can be constructed to maximize opportunities for meaningful student learning. In this paper, we explore how a learning-focused model of feedback, teacher-student dialogic feed-forward, i... Read More about Dialogic feedforward in assessment: Pivotal to learning but not unproblematic.

How to thrive when studying online (2022)
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Cox, W., Alexander, A., West, H., Abzhaparova, A., & Hill, J. (in press). How to thrive when studying online. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2022.2087214

The Covid-19 pandemic led to significant changes in higher education institutions, with a rapid pivot from on-campus to online teaching and learning. The move to predominantly online teaching resulted in a very different learning experience for many... Read More about How to thrive when studying online.

Remembering, forgetting and (dis)enfranchised grief in everyday settings in English and Welsh towns: Migrants' and minorities’ translocal and local memories associated with funerary spaces and practices (2022)
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McClymont, K., Madddrell, A., Beebeejaun, Y., McNally, D., & Mathijssen, B. (2022). Remembering, forgetting and (dis)enfranchised grief in everyday settings in English and Welsh towns: Migrants' and minorities’ translocal and local memories associated with funerary spaces and practices. Emotion, Space and Society, 44, Article 100895. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emospa.2022.100895

In this paper we explore migrants' and minorities' memories and memory-making associated with death, funerary and remembrance practices, with particular attention to how this intersects with experiences of migration and/or being part of a cultural or... Read More about Remembering, forgetting and (dis)enfranchised grief in everyday settings in English and Welsh towns: Migrants' and minorities’ translocal and local memories associated with funerary spaces and practices.

Influence of orographic precipitation on coevolving landforms and vegetation in semi-arid ecosystems (2022)
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Srivastava, A., Yetemen, O., Saco, P., Rodriguez, J., Kumari, N., & Chun, K. (in press). Influence of orographic precipitation on coevolving landforms and vegetation in semi-arid ecosystems. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms,

Topography affects the intensity and spatial distribution of precipitation due to orographic lifting mechanisms and, in turn, influences the prevailing climate and vegetation distribution. Previous modelling studies on the impact of orographic precip... Read More about Influence of orographic precipitation on coevolving landforms and vegetation in semi-arid ecosystems.

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