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  • Wright, Thomas A.; Emich, Kyle; Pearce, Jone L.; [...]; Denyer, David; et al. (SAGE, 2023-10-03)
    Scholars have long debated the merits of advocacy-based research versus research considered from the quest for objective truth. Building upon reflections from multiple sources, a set of 11 brief reflections on three posed ...
  • Watts, Glenn; Battarbee, Richard W.; Bloomfield, John P.; [...]; Daccache, Andre; Hess, Tim; Knox, Jerry; Weatherhead, E. Keith (SAGE, 2015-02-09)
    Climate change is expected to modify rainfall, temperature and catchment hydrological responses across the world, and adapting to these water-related changes is a pressing challenge. This paper reviews the impact of ...
  • Matthews, Brian; Hall, Jim; Batty, Michael; [...]; Hallett, Stephen; et al. (Institution of Civil Engineers - ICE, 2023-04-14)
    Research into the engineering of infrastructure systems is increasingly data intensive. Researchers build computational models to explore scenarios such as investigating the merits of infrastructure plans, analysing ...
  • Chalmers, H.; Al-Jeboori, M.; Anthony, B.; [...]; Darabkhani, Hamidreza Gohari; et al. (Elsevier, 2014-12-31)
    The OxyCAP-UK (Oxyfuel Combustion - Academic Programme for the UK) programme was a £2 M collaboration involving researchers from seven UK universities, supported by E.On and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research ...
  • Jones, Aled; Bridle, Sarah; Katherine, Denby; [...]; Burgess, Paul; et al. (MDPI, 2023-10-12)
    We report the results of a structured expert elicitation to identify the most likely types of potential food system disruption scenarios for the UK, focusing on routes to civil unrest. We take a backcasting approach by ...
  • Kumar, Prashant; Debele, Sisay E.; Khalili, Soheila; [...]; Coulon, Frederic; et al. (Elsevier, 2024-02-28)
    The combination of urbanization and global warming leads to urban overheating and compounds the frequency and intensity of extreme heat events due to climate change. Yet, the risk of urban overheating can be mitigated by ...