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A case study: The deployment of a novel in situ fluorimeter for monitoring biological contamination within the urban surface waters of Kolkata, India (2022)
Journal Article
Fox, B., Thorn, R., Dutta, T., Bowes, M., Read, D., & Reynolds, D. (2022). A case study: The deployment of a novel in situ fluorimeter for monitoring biological contamination within the urban surface waters of Kolkata, India. Science of the Total Environment, 842, 156848. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.156848

The quality and health of many of our vital freshwater systems are poor. To tackle this with ever increasing pressures from anthropogenic and climatic changes, we must improve water quality monitoring and devise and implement more appropriate water q... Read More about A case study: The deployment of a novel in situ fluorimeter for monitoring biological contamination within the urban surface waters of Kolkata, India.

Why do people walk? Role of the built environment and state of development of a social model of walkability (2020)
Journal Article
Bozovic, T., Hinckson, E., & Smith, M. (2020). Why do people walk? Role of the built environment and state of development of a social model of walkability. Travel Behaviour and Society, 20, 181-191. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tbs.2020.03.010

A significant body of evidence exists on walking as a behaviour. The socio-ecological framework outlines multi-level influences encompassing individual, social/ organizational, and environmental aspects. “Walkability” is much discussed, but it is not... Read More about Why do people walk? Role of the built environment and state of development of a social model of walkability.