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What's for dinner? Gendered decision-making and energy efficient cookstoves in Benue State, North Central Nigeria (2017)
Conference Proceeding
Atagher, P., Clifford, M., Jewitt, S., & Ray, C. (2017). What's for dinner? Gendered decision-making and energy efficient cookstoves in Benue State, North Central Nigeria. In C. Brebbia, & J. Sendra (Eds.), WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, volume 224,, 101-111. doi:10.2495/ESUS170101

Solid biomass collection such as firewood rests mostly on women and children in settings where traditional fuels dominates household energy choices. A 2015 World Health Organisation (WHO) report estimated that 3.5 million people globally rely on soli... Read More

Exploring the capabilities of Projection Augmented Relief Models (PARM) (2017)
Conference Proceeding
Priestnall, G., Goulding, J., Smith, A., & Arss, N. (2017). Exploring the capabilities of Projection Augmented Relief Models (PARM)

This paper explores the broad capabilities of physical landscape models when augmented by projection, termed Projection Augmented Relief Models (PARM). This includes experiences of developing PARM displays in public settings such as museums and visit... Read More

Interactions with Projected Augmented Relief Models (PARM) (2017)
Conference Proceeding
Arss, N., Smith, A. D., & Priestnall, G. (2017). Interactions with Projected Augmented Relief Models (PARM)

Techniques for enhancing physical landscape models with dynamic maps and imagery, termed Projected Augmented Relief Models (PARM), are part of a revival of interest in the power of relief models as tools for geographic visualization. This method enab... Read More

Gendered priorities for ‘improved’ sanitation: insights from Kisumu Kenya (2015)
Conference Proceeding
Jewitt, S., & Ryley, H. (2015). Gendered priorities for ‘improved’ sanitation: insights from Kisumu Kenya

This paper explores how official concepts of ‘improved’ sanitation often fail to reflect the priorities of female users. As the health benefits associated with improved sanitation cannot be fully realised until all potential user groups habitually ut... Read More

Delivering and evaluating the multiple flood risk benefits in Blue-Green Cities: an interdisciplinary approach (2014)
Conference Proceeding
Lawson, E., Thorne, C., Ahilan, S., Allen, D., Arthur, S., Everett, G., …Wright, N. (2014). Delivering and evaluating the multiple flood risk benefits in Blue-Green Cities: an interdisciplinary approach. https://doi.org/10.2495/friar140101

A Blue-Green City aims to recreate a naturally-oriented water cycle while contributing to the amenity of the city by bringing water management and green infrastructure together. The Blue-Green approach is more than a stormwater management strategy ai... Read More

When worlds collide: combining Ordnance Survey and Open Street Map data (2010)
Conference Proceeding
Anand, S., Morley, J., Jiang, W., Du, H., Hart, G., & Jackson, M. (2010). When worlds collide: combining Ordnance Survey and Open Street Map data

The context of this paper is the progress of national and international spatial data infrastructures such as the UK Location Programme and INSPIRE, contrasted against crowd-sourced geospatial databases such as Open Street Map. While initiatives such... Read More