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Understanding the influence of psychology and vicarious experience on property flood resilience choices (2020)
Thesis
Rose, C. B. Understanding the influence of psychology and vicarious experience on property flood resilience choices. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1490959

There is an acknowledged need to improve the resilience of those at risk of flooding in the UK. The majority of the at-risk population do not actively adopt mitigation measures even when they have experienced multiple flood events. If uptake of resil... Read More about Understanding the influence of psychology and vicarious experience on property flood resilience choices.

Assessment of the physical characteristics and stormwater effluent quality of permeable pavement systems containing recycled materials (2019)
Journal Article
Monrose, J., Tota-Maharaj, K., & Mwasha, A. (in press). Assessment of the physical characteristics and stormwater effluent quality of permeable pavement systems containing recycled materials. Road Materials and Pavement Design, https://doi.org/10.1080/14680629.2019.1643397

This paper evaluates the physical characteristics of two recycled materials and the pollutant removal efficiencies of four 0.2 m2 tanked permeable pavement rigs in the laboratory, that contained either natural aggregates or these recycled materials i... Read More about Assessment of the physical characteristics and stormwater effluent quality of permeable pavement systems containing recycled materials.

Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Final report (FD2682) (2017)
Report
Lamond, J., McEwen, L., Twigger-Ross, C., Rose, C., Joseph, R., Wragg, A., …Proverbs, D. (2017). Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Final report (FD2682)

Executive Summary The Defra research project FD2682 examined the technical, social and behavioural aspects of supporting low cost flood repairable measures designed to limit damage to buildings during and after flood events. Flood repairable measure... Read More about Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Final report (FD2682).

Bread and roses: A gender perspective on environmental justice and public health (2016)
Journal Article
Bell, K. (2016). Bread and roses: A gender perspective on environmental justice and public health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13(1005), 1-18

Gender continues to be a relatively marginal issue in environmental justice debates and yet it remains an important aspect of injustice. To help redress the balance, this article explores women’s experience of environmental justice through a review o... Read More about Bread and roses: A gender perspective on environmental justice and public health.

Risk perception and vulnerability of value: a study in the context of commercial property sector (2016)
Journal Article
Bhattacharya-Mis, N., & Lamond, J. (2016). Risk perception and vulnerability of value: a study in the context of commercial property sector. International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 20(3), 252-264. https://doi.org/10.3846/1648715X.2016.1188174

© 2016 The Author(s). Published by Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) Press, and Taylor & Francis. The research was developed linking the impact of flood risk on utility, desirability and marketability related to vulnerability of commerc... Read More about Risk perception and vulnerability of value: a study in the context of commercial property sector.

An investigation of flood memory, insurance and property value: The UK regime (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Bhattacharya-Mis, N., & Lamond, J. (2015, July). An investigation of flood memory, insurance and property value: The UK regime. Paper presented at RICS COBRA 2015

Availability of insurance cover is considered to be a key issue in saleability and reinstatement of property. With increasing flood risk properties are likely to find it harder to access easy and cheap insurance. Premium levels will increase if there... Read More about An investigation of flood memory, insurance and property value: The UK regime.

An exploration of factors affecting the long term psychological impact and deterioration of mental health in flooded households (2015)
Journal Article
Lamond, J., Joseph, R., & Proverbs, D. (2015). An exploration of factors affecting the long term psychological impact and deterioration of mental health in flooded households. Environmental Research, 140, 325-334. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2015.04.008

The long term psychological effect of the distress and trauma caused by the memory of damage and losses associated with flooding of communities remains an under researched impact of flooding. This is particularly important for communities that are li... Read More about An exploration of factors affecting the long term psychological impact and deterioration of mental health in flooded households.

Flood risk vs property value: A sector specific market perception study of commercial properties (2015)
Book Chapter
Bhattacharya-Mis, N., & Lamond, J. (2015). Flood risk vs property value: A sector specific market perception study of commercial properties. In J. Mackee, H. Giggins, & T. Gajendran (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Building Resilience Held at Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia 15th - 17th July 2015, 356-1. NCP

This study examines the perception of commercial property occupiers in the context of flood risk and property value. Relevant literature was reviewed to understand the factors affecting perception of commercial property occupiers. Questionnaire surve... Read More about Flood risk vs property value: A sector specific market perception study of commercial properties.

Towards a gendered political economy of water and tourism (2015)
Journal Article
Cole, S., & Ferguson, L. (2015). Towards a gendered political economy of water and tourism. Tourism Geographies, 17(4), 511-528. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616688.2015.1065509

In many holiday destinations, the tourism industry exerts an enormous strain on water supplies. This generates a range of social problems, not least because local inhabitants often have to compete with the tourism sector over the access, allocation a... Read More about Towards a gendered political economy of water and tourism.

Book reviews: Performativity, Politics and the Production of Space and Geographies of Peace (2015)
Journal Article
Burton, K. (2015). Book reviews: Performativity, Politics and the Production of Space and Geographies of Peace. Space and Polity, 19(2), 212-214. https://doi.org/10.1080/13562576.2015.1041264

An emerging field of geographical research is making a concerted effort to engage with the everyday “off the page” political geographies and the alternative spaces of politics and geopolitics. Human Geography has benefited from the “cultural turn” th... Read More about Book reviews: Performativity, Politics and the Production of Space and Geographies of Peace.

Toward an analytical framework for understanding complex socialecological systems when conducting environmental impact assessments in South Africa (2015)
Journal Article
Kotze, D. C., Quinn, N. W., Bowd, R., Quinn, N., & Kotze, D. (2015). Toward an analytical framework for understanding complex socialecological systems when conducting environmental impact assessments in South Africa. Ecology and Society, 20(1), https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-07057-200141

© 2015 by the author(s). Consideration of biophysical impacts has historically dominated environmental impact assessment (EIA) practice. Despite the emergence of social impact assessment, the consideration of socioeconomic impacts in EIA is variable,... Read More about Toward an analytical framework for understanding complex socialecological systems when conducting environmental impact assessments in South Africa.

Quantitative conversations: the importance of developing rapport in standardised interviewing (2014)
Journal Article
Bell, K., Fahmy, E., & Gordon, D. (2016). Quantitative conversations: the importance of developing rapport in standardised interviewing. Quality and Quantity, 50(1), 193-212. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11135-014-0144-2

© 2014, The Author(s). When developing household surveys, much emphasis is understandably placed on developing survey instruments that can elicit accurate and comparable responses. In order to ensure that carefully crafted questions are not undermine... Read More about Quantitative conversations: the importance of developing rapport in standardised interviewing.

Sustainable urban drainage: Retrofitting for improved flood mitigation in city centres (2014)
Report
Lamond, J., Wilkinson, S., Rose, C., & Proverbs, D. (2014). Sustainable urban drainage: Retrofitting for improved flood mitigation in city centres

AIM The aim of this research was to examine the potential for mitigation of predominantly pluvial flooding in CBDs through retrofitting of such systems. The research used two case study areas to explore the challenges and opportunities for retrofit... Read More about Sustainable urban drainage: Retrofitting for improved flood mitigation in city centres.

Application of the concept of cost benefits analysis (CBA) to property level flood risk adaptation measures: A conceptual framework for residential (2014)
Journal Article
Wassell, P., Joseph, R., Proverbs, D., & Lamond, J. (2014). Application of the concept of cost benefits analysis (CBA) to property level flood risk adaptation measures: A conceptual framework for residential. Structural Survey, 32(2), 102-122. https://doi.org/10.1108/SS-12-2012-0043

Purpose: There has been a significant increase in flooding in the UK over the past ten years. During this time, Government policy has moved from investment in flood defences towards encouraging property owners to take responsibility for reducing the... Read More about Application of the concept of cost benefits analysis (CBA) to property level flood risk adaptation measures: A conceptual framework for residential.

Time and Tide (2014)
Digital Artefact
Appleby, T., & Croce, B. (2014). Time and Tide

Benefits of urban land use planning in Ghana (2014)
Journal Article
Baffour Awuah, K. G., Hammond, F. N., Lamond, J., & Booth, C. (2014). Benefits of urban land use planning in Ghana. Geoforum, 51, 37-46. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2013.09.019

The urban land use planning literature is rife with criticism of the deficiency of planning regimes in sub-Saharan Africa. Currently, little is known of the magnitude of the economic impact of these land use planning regimes, leading to a lack of cle... Read More about Benefits of urban land use planning in Ghana.



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