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Climate justice: The global climate negotiations (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Bell, K. (2010, December). Climate justice: The global climate negotiations. Presented at UK National Latin America Conference 2010

A discussion of the role of Bolivia in the climate negotiations, seeking a maximum 1.5 degrees of warming, while others accept 2 degrees.

Landslide-glacier interaction in a neoparaglacial setting at tverrbytnede, jotunheimen, Southern Norway (2010)
Journal Article
Owen, G., Hiemstra, J. F., Matthews, J. A., & Mcewen, L. J. (2010). Landslide-glacier interaction in a neoparaglacial setting at tverrbytnede, jotunheimen, Southern Norway. Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, 92(4), 421-436. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0459.2010.00405.x

A tongue-like, boulder-dominated deposit in Tverrbytnede, upper Visdalen, Jotunheimen, southern Norway, is interpreted as the product of a rock avalanche (landslide) due to its angular to subangular boulders, surface morphology with longitudinal ridg... Read More about Landslide-glacier interaction in a neoparaglacial setting at tverrbytnede, jotunheimen, Southern Norway.

The writing's in the wall: A review of new preliminary applications of electrical resistivity tomography within archaeology (2010)
Journal Article
Mol, L., & Preston, P. R. (2010). The writing's in the wall: A review of new preliminary applications of electrical resistivity tomography within archaeology. Archaeometry, 52(6), 1079-1095. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-4754.2010.00516.x

Natural processes are known to cause significant damage to archaeological monuments. In fact, the key to understanding the decay of building materials is the internal movement of water through the mineral matrix, which influences the distribution of... Read More about The writing's in the wall: A review of new preliminary applications of electrical resistivity tomography within archaeology.

Benchmarking energy consumption and CO2 emissions from rainwater-harvesting systems: An improved method by proxy (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Ward, S., Butler, D., & Memon, F. (2010, November). Benchmarking energy consumption and CO2 emissions from rainwater-harvesting systems: An improved method by proxy. Poster presented at IWA Water and Energy Conference

Life cycle analyses (LCAs) show the main operational energy contribution for rainwater-harvesting (RWH) systems come from ultraviolet (UV) disinfection and pumping rainwater from tank to building. Simple methods of estimating pump energy consumption... Read More about Benchmarking energy consumption and CO2 emissions from rainwater-harvesting systems: An improved method by proxy.

Tourism and human rights (2010)
Book Chapter
Cole, S., & Eriksson, J. (2010). Tourism and human rights. In S. Cole, & N. Morgan (Eds.), Tourism and Inequality: Problems and ProspectsCABI

Environmental justice in Cuba: The use of degrowth policies for sustainable development (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Bell, K. (2010, September). Environmental justice in Cuba: The use of degrowth policies for sustainable development. Paper presented at Pathways to Sustainability: Agendas for a New Politics of Environment, Development and Social Justice Conference

This paper discusses the concept and value of 'degrowth' for achieving sustainability, drawing on the experience of Cuba.

Transitioning SMEs to sustainable water management practices: Challenges and opportunities (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Ward, S., Barr, S., Memon, F., & Butler, D. (2010, September). Transitioning SMEs to sustainable water management practices: Challenges and opportunities. Paper presented at International Conference on Sustainable Water Management

Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) represent a large percentage of global employment, as well as being large consumers of water and producers of effluent. However, the uptake of sustainable water management (SWM) technologies, such as rainwater harve... Read More about Transitioning SMEs to sustainable water management practices: Challenges and opportunities.

Environmentalism and working class inclusion (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Bell, K. (2010, September). Environmentalism and working class inclusion. Presented at National Green Party Conference

A fringe workshop on how the Green Party in particular, and environmentalism in general, can be more inclusive of working class people.

The causes of environmental injustice (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Bell, K. (2010, September). The causes of environmental injustice. Paper presented at Contemporary Conflicts: Class, Culture, Environment Conference

A discussion of the theories explaining environmental injustice.

An investigation into the barriers towards making existing domestics properties more resilient to the effects of flooding: Results of a case study (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Manu, P., Phandey, R., & Proverbs, D. (2010, September). An investigation into the barriers towards making existing domestics properties more resilient to the effects of flooding: Results of a case study. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Construction, Building and Real Estate Research Conference of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (COBRA)

The number of major flood incidents has increased significantly over the past ten years. The flood events of summer 2007 witnessed some of the worst flooding to have hit the UK in over sixty years. Climate change and other key factors are playing a... Read More about An investigation into the barriers towards making existing domestics properties more resilient to the effects of flooding: Results of a case study.

An approach for evaluating the health and safety risk associated with construction project features based on their contribution to accident causation (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Manu, P., Ankrah, N., Proverbs, D., & Suresh, S. (2010, September). An approach for evaluating the health and safety risk associated with construction project features based on their contribution to accident causation. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Construction, Building and Real Estate Research Conference of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (COBRA)

The evaluation of health and safety (H&S) risk and the implementation of risk control measures is a hugely important requirement on construction projects. In this light, several risk assessment methods and tools have been developed to enable the eval... Read More about An approach for evaluating the health and safety risk associated with construction project features based on their contribution to accident causation.

Managing leadership in the UK university: A case for researching the missing professoriate? (2010)
Journal Article
Rayner, S., Fuller, M., McEwen, L., & Roberts, H. (2010). Managing leadership in the UK university: A case for researching the missing professoriate?. Studies in Higher Education, 35(6), 617-631. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075070903243100

This article offers a critical review of literature dealing with the topic of educational management and academic leadership as applied to the role of the professor or professoriate in the UK. The review identified a range of leadership issues and as... Read More about Managing leadership in the UK university: A case for researching the missing professoriate?.

Sewer sediment management based on hydraulic modelling and life cycle assessment concept (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Gouda, H., Ashley, R., Blanksby, J., Oltean-Dumbrava, C., & Adams, A. (2010, July). Sewer sediment management based on hydraulic modelling and life cycle assessment concept. Paper presented at 1st International Conference & Exhibition on Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation, SWSSC 2010

The growth of population, cities and towns all over the world usually results in the over-exploitation of resources and increased pollution. Water service providers (WSPs) are required to provide adequate sanitation to the community, taking into cons... Read More about Sewer sediment management based on hydraulic modelling and life cycle assessment concept.

Harvested rainwater quality: The importance of appropriate design (2010)
Journal Article
Ward, S., Memon, F. A., & Butler, D. (2010). Harvested rainwater quality: The importance of appropriate design. Water Science and Technology, 61(7), 1707-1714. https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2010.102

This paper summarises the physicochemical and microbiological quality of water from a rainwater harvesting (RWH) system in a UK-based office building. 7 microbiological and 34 physicochemical parameters were analysed during an 8 month period. Physico... Read More about Harvested rainwater quality: The importance of appropriate design.

Hydrology and spatial planning (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Macdonald, N., Potter, K., & Ward, S. (2010, July). Hydrology and spatial planning. Paper presented at 3rd International British Hydrological Society Symposium

During the coming decades greater pressure will be placed on the spatial planning system as it is increasingly challenged to make space for, and interact with, water management issues. The sheer complexity of issues and the increasing technical knowl... Read More about Hydrology and spatial planning.

The role of local/lay flood knowledge in building community resilience: The case of the 2007 floods, Gloucestershire, UK (2010)
Presentation / Conference
resilience: The case of the 2007 floods, Gloucestershire, UK. Paper presented at British Hydrological Society Third International Conference

Scrutiny reviews after the 2007 floods, UK (Cabinet Office 2008; DEFRA 2008) have highlighted different types of knowledges needed for effective flood risk management, along with knowledge gaps. This paper evaluates critically the changing nature of... Read More about The role of local/lay flood knowledge in building community resilience: The case of the 2007 floods, Gloucestershire, UK.

Changing flood risk: Longer-term flood patterns and generating characteristics in Scotland 1200 to present (2010)
Presentation / Conference
McEwen, L. (2010, July). Changing flood risk: Longer-term flood patterns and generating characteristics in Scotland 1200 to present. Paper presented at BHS Third International Conference

New maximum recorded river flows on half of Scotland’s largest river systems since 1989 have triggered widespread research and policy interest as to whether extreme floods are becoming more frequent, and in the conditions that generate floods and ‘fl... Read More about Changing flood risk: Longer-term flood patterns and generating characteristics in Scotland 1200 to present.

Are trends in flashiness evident in natural catchments in the United Kingdom? (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Quinn, N. (2010, June). Are trends in flashiness evident in natural catchments in the United Kingdom?. Paper presented at BHS Third International Symposium, Managing Consequences of a Changing Global Environment

Recent trend analysis in undisturbed catchments suggests a significant positive trend in high-flows and flood records over the 30–40 years analysis period ending in 2003, particularly in upland maritime-influenced catchments of the western and northe... Read More about Are trends in flashiness evident in natural catchments in the United Kingdom?.