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Resilience through flood memory– a comparison of the role of insurance and experience in flood resilience for households and businesses in England (2020)
Book Chapter
Lamond, J., & Bhattacharya-Mis, N. (in press). Resilience through flood memory– a comparison of the role of insurance and experience in flood resilience for households and businesses in England. In J. Mendes, G. Kalonji, R. Jigyasu, & A. Chang-Richards (Eds.), Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance to Manage Disaster RiskElsevier

Assessing the vulnerability of agriculture systems to climate change in coastal areas: A novel index (2020)
Journal Article
Campos, L. C., Kantamaneni, K., Yenneti, K., Rice, L., Komali, K., Komali, Y., & Luiza, C. . C. (2020). Assessing the vulnerability of agriculture systems to climate change in coastal areas: A novel index. Sustainability, 12(11), 24. https://doi.org/10.3390/su12114771

This study proposes a novel index to evaluate agricultural vulnerability to climate change in coastal areas, using the case of Andhra Pradesh, the state with the second longest coastline in India. Field data was collected from more than 1000 farmers... Read More about Assessing the vulnerability of agriculture systems to climate change in coastal areas: A novel index.

The impact of building form on overheating control: A case study of Larch House (2020)
Journal Article
Lavafpour, Y., Lavaf Pour, Y., Sharples, S., & Gething, B. (in press). The impact of building form on overheating control: A case study of Larch House. Architectural Science Review, https://doi.org/10.1080/00038628.2020.1759503

Amid recent concern about overheating in Passivhaus, this study investigates geometrical implication of façade design to alleviate overheating in new build energy-efficient homes in the UK. The study proposes self-shading façade design as a less conv... Read More about The impact of building form on overheating control: A case study of Larch House.

Austerity urbanism: connecting strategies and tactics for participatory placemaking (2020)
Journal Article
Sara, R., Jones, M., & Rice, L. (in press). Austerity urbanism: connecting strategies and tactics for participatory placemaking. CoDesign, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/15710882.2020.1761985

Austerity has led to a growing interest in small-scale urban practices that engage community groups in participatory placemaking as an alternative to developing government or commercially funded parks and urban spaces. These approaches draw on bottom... Read More about Austerity urbanism: connecting strategies and tactics for participatory placemaking.

Using Learning and Action Alliances to build capacity for local flood risk management (2020)
Journal Article
Maskrey, S., Vilcan, T., Shaun, M., Vilcan, T., O'Donnell, E., & Lamond, J. (2020). Using Learning and Action Alliances to build capacity for local flood risk management. Environmental Science and Policy, 107, 198-205. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2020.02.012

Learning and Action Alliances (LAAs) are becoming an increasingly popular method for overcoming the challenges associated with participatory forms of governance, where decision making requires collaboration between stakeholders. In flood risk managem... Read More about Using Learning and Action Alliances to build capacity for local flood risk management.

Developing the implicit association test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems (2020)
Journal Article
O'Donnell, E., Maskrey, S., Everett, G., & Lamond, J. (2020). Developing the implicit association test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems. Philosophical Transactions A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 378(2168), https://doi.org/10.1098/rsta.2019.0207

Understanding public perceptions of Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) is critical for addressing barriers to their implementation. Perceptions are typically evaluated using explicit measures (e.g. questionnaires) that are subject to biases and may... Read More about Developing the implicit association test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems.

Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation (2020)
Journal Article
Rees, S. E., Sheehan, E. V., Stewart, B. D., Clark, R., Appleby, T., Attrill, M. J., …Solandt, J. (in press). Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation. Marine Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2020.103864

Healthy marine ecosystems provide a wide range of resources and services that support life on Earth and contribute to human wellbeing. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are accepted as an important tool for the restoration and maintenance of marine ecosy... Read More about Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation.

Skills gap assessment to enhance the delivery of technical and vocational education: A case study of electrical installation graduates in Ogun and Kaduna states of Nigeria (2020)
Thesis
Awonuga, O. O. Skills gap assessment to enhance the delivery of technical and vocational education: A case study of electrical installation graduates in Ogun and Kaduna states of Nigeria. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1490840

Nigeria requires an efficient and a capable skilled workforce to manage the construction industry. The workforce comprises the engineers, technicians and the craftsmen from Nigerian universities, polytechnics and technical colleges. The importance of... Read More about Skills gap assessment to enhance the delivery of technical and vocational education: A case study of electrical installation graduates in Ogun and Kaduna states of Nigeria.

Stakeholder engagement - developing a blue-green vision (2019)
Book Chapter
O'Donnell, E., Lamond, J., Krivtsov, V., & Thorne, C. (2019). Stakeholder engagement - developing a blue-green vision. In Blue-Green Infrastructure - Perspectives on Planning Evaluation and Collaboration C780a. London: CIRIA

Evaluating flood adaptation governance in the city of Calabar, Nigeria (2019)
Journal Article
Adelekan, I., Adekola, O., Lamond, J., & Eze, E. B. (in press). Evaluating flood adaptation governance in the city of Calabar, Nigeria. Climate and Development, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/17565529.2019.1700771

The increasing demand for cities in developing societies to embed climate adaptation into policies and practices has implications for the governance system which mainly focus on governing by traditional hierarchical forms, and by network while neglec... Read More about Evaluating flood adaptation governance in the city of Calabar, Nigeria.

The blue-green path to urban flood resilience (2019)
Journal Article
O'Donnell, E., Arthur, S., Birkinshaw, S., Butler, D., Dawson, D., Everett, G., …Wright, N. (2020). The blue-green path to urban flood resilience. Blue-Green Systems, 2(1), 28-45. https://doi.org/10.2166/bgs.2019.199

Achieving urban flood resilience at local, regional and national levels requires a transformative change in planning, design and implementation of urban water systems. Flood risk, wastewater and stormwater management should be re-envisaged and transf... Read More about The blue-green path to urban flood resilience.

Designing for Health & Wellbeing: Home, City, Society (2019)
Book
Meraz, F., Rice, L., & Jones, M. (2019). F. Meraz, L. Rice, & M. Jones (Eds.), Designing for Health & Wellbeing: Home, City, Society. Vernon Press

Rapid urbanization represents major threats and challenges to personal and public health. The World Health Organisation identifies the ‘urban health threat’ as three-fold: infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases; and violence and injury from,... Read More about Designing for Health & Wellbeing: Home, City, Society.

A guide to architecture for the public health workforce (2019)
Journal Article
Marsh, R., Pilkington, P., & Rice, L. (2020). A guide to architecture for the public health workforce. Public Health, 178, 120-123. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2019.09.013

Background Public health and environmental challenges facing the world in the 21st century, including the ageing population, increasing urbanisation, rise of non-communicable diseases and climate instability, require an interdisciplinary response.... Read More about A guide to architecture for the public health workforce.

Supporting the uptake of resilient repair in the recovery process (FD2706) (2019)
Report
Lamond, J., Harries, T., Twigger-Ross, C., Rose, C., & Dhonau, M. (2019). Supporting the uptake of resilient repair in the recovery process (FD2706). London: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Executive Summary This Defra research project (FD2706) was concerned with how the professionals and organisations involved in the recovery process following a flood incident interact with householders and business owners. In particular, the way in w... Read More about Supporting the uptake of resilient repair in the recovery process (FD2706).

Cinematic collage as architectural design research (2019)
Book Chapter
Carless, T., & Troiani, I. (2020). Cinematic collage as architectural design research. In H. Campbell, & I. Troiani (Eds.), Architecture FilmmakingBristol: Intellect

This chapter argues that cinematic representation can, and must, be understood as a method of developing a form of critical architectural enquiry and thinking in the same manner as text - a textual analysis and a communication means for practice-base... Read More about Cinematic collage as architectural design research.



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