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The effect of small-scale topography on patterns of endemism within islands (2019)
Journal Article
Cutts, V., Katal, N., Löwer, C., Algar, A. C., Steinbauer, M. J., Irl, S. D., …Field, R. (2019). The effect of small-scale topography on patterns of endemism within islands. Frontiers of Biogeography, https://doi.org/10.21425/F5FBG43737

Topography influences evolutionary and ecological processes by isolating populations and by enhancing habitat diversity. While the effects of large-scale topography on patterns of species richness and endemism are increasingly well documented, the di... Read More about The effect of small-scale topography on patterns of endemism within islands.

Filming female desire: Queering the gaze of pop music videos (2019)
Journal Article
Freeman, C. (in press). Filming female desire: Queering the gaze of pop music videos. Cultural Studies,

This paper examines the queer gaze within pop music videos. It contends that the contemporary US musician Hayley Kiyoko can be seen as a queer music video auteur who has transformed what the ‘gaze’ can mean in mainstream pop music through directing h... Read More about Filming female desire: Queering the gaze of pop music videos.

Feminism/feminist geography (2019)
Book Chapter
Calkin, S., & Freeman, C. (2019). Feminism/feminist geography. In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography(2). Elsevier

The Blue-Green Path to Urban Flood Resilience (2019)
Journal Article
O'Donnell, E., Thorne, C., Ahilan, S., Arthur, S., Birkinshaw, S., Butler, D., …Wright, N. (2019). The Blue-Green Path to Urban Flood Resilience. Blue-Green Systems, 1(1), 172-189. https://doi.org/10.2166/bgs.2019.199

Achieving urban flood resilience at local, regional and national levels requires a transformative change in planning, design and implementation of urban water systems. Flood risk, wastewater and stormwater management should be re-envisaged and transf... Read More about The Blue-Green Path to Urban Flood Resilience.

SFSDAF: an enhanced FSDAF that incorporates sub-pixel class fraction change information for spatio-temporal image fusion (2019)
Journal Article
Li, X., Foody, G. M., Boyd, D. S., Ge, Y., Zhang, Y., Du, Y., & Ling, F. (2020). SFSDAF: an enhanced FSDAF that incorporates sub-pixel class fraction change information for spatio-temporal image fusion. Remote Sensing of Environment, 237, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2019.111537

Spatio-temporal image fusion methods have become a popular means to produce remotely sensed data sets that have both fine spatial and temporal resolution. Accurate prediction of reflectance change is difficult, especially when the change is caused by... Read More about SFSDAF: an enhanced FSDAF that incorporates sub-pixel class fraction change information for spatio-temporal image fusion.

How do you Build Back Better so no one is left behind? Lessons from Sint Maarten, Dutch Caribbean, post‐Hurricane Irma (2019)
Journal Article
Collodi, J., Pelling, M., Fraser, A., Borie, M., & Di Vicenz, S. (2019). How do you Build Back Better so no one is left behind? Lessons from Sint Maarten, Dutch Caribbean, post‐Hurricane Irma. Disasters, https://doi.org/10.1111/disa.12423

The Sendai Framework and Sustainable Development Goals call for action to build back better in ways that leave no one behind. At the same time, ensuring local voice is increasingly central to humanitarian action. These ambitions contrast with limited... Read More about How do you Build Back Better so no one is left behind? Lessons from Sint Maarten, Dutch Caribbean, post‐Hurricane Irma.

"We cannot stop cooking": Stove stacking, seasonality and the risky practices of household cookstove transitions in Nigeria. "We cannot stop cooking": Stove stacking, seasonality and the risky practices of household cookstove transitions in Nigeria (2019)
Journal Article
Jewitt, S., Atagher, P., & Clifford, M. (2020). "We cannot stop cooking": Stove stacking, seasonality and the risky practices of household cookstove transitions in Nigeria. "We cannot stop cooking": Stove stacking, seasonality and the risky practices of household cookstove transitions in Nigeria. Energy Research and Social Science, 61, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2019.101340

Drawing on qualitative data from three contrasting sites in Benue state, Nigeria, this paper explores how and why cooking system use and priorities vary over time and space as well as the influence of household air pollution (HAP)-related health risk... Read More about "We cannot stop cooking": Stove stacking, seasonality and the risky practices of household cookstove transitions in Nigeria. "We cannot stop cooking": Stove stacking, seasonality and the risky practices of household cookstove transitions in Nigeria.

Understanding visitor interaction with a projection augmented relief model display: insights from an in-the-wild study in the English Lake District (2019)
Journal Article
Priestnall, G., & Cheverst, K. (2019). Understanding visitor interaction with a projection augmented relief model display: insights from an in-the-wild study in the English Lake District. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00779-019-01320-2

Projection Augmented Relief Models (PARM) are a promising tangible display technology for assisting users in orientating themselves within the represented landscape. The production of physical models is now easier than ever thanks to more freely avai... Read More about Understanding visitor interaction with a projection augmented relief model display: insights from an in-the-wild study in the English Lake District.

Night-time lights are more strongly related to urban building volume than to urban area (2019)
Journal Article
Shi, L., Foody, G. M., Boyd, D. S., Girindran, R., Wang, L., Du, Y., & Ling, F. (2020). Night-time lights are more strongly related to urban building volume than to urban area. Remote Sensing Letters, 11(1), 29-36. https://doi.org/10.1080/2150704X.2019.1682709

A strong relationship between night-time light (NTL) data and the areal extent of urbanized regions has been observed frequently. As urban regions have an important vertical dimension, it is hypothesized that the strength of the relationship with NTL... Read More about Night-time lights are more strongly related to urban building volume than to urban area.

Extending the tephra and palaeoenvironmental record of the Central Mediterranean back to 430 ka: A new core from Fucino Basin, central Italy (2019)
Journal Article
Giaccio, B., Leicher, N., Mannella, G., Monaco, L., Regattieri, E., Wagner, B., …Tzedakis, P. C. (2019). Extending the tephra and palaeoenvironmental record of the Central Mediterranean back to 430 ka: A new core from Fucino Basin, central Italy. Quaternary Science Reviews, 225, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.106003

Here we present the first tephrostratigraphic, palaeomagnetic, and multiproxy data from a new ∼98 m-deep sediment core retrieved from the Fucino Basin, central Italy, spanning the last ∼430 kyr. Palaeoenvironmental proxy data (Ca-XRF, gamma ray and m... Read More about Extending the tephra and palaeoenvironmental record of the Central Mediterranean back to 430 ka: A new core from Fucino Basin, central Italy.

Historical Everyday Geopolitics on the Chile-Peru Border (2019)
Journal Article
Freeman, C. (in press). Historical Everyday Geopolitics on the Chile-Peru Border. Bulletin of Latin American Research,

Geopolitics is increasingly seen by scholars as occurring in everyday spaces and performed by ordinary people. This paper extends this idea to historical work to examine how citizens themselves (re)produce geopolitics at the time of historical events... Read More about Historical Everyday Geopolitics on the Chile-Peru Border.

Extinction risk and conservation gaps for Aloe (Asphodelaceae) in the Horn of Africa (2019)
Journal Article
Bachman, S. P., Wilkin, P., Reader, T., Field, R., Weber, O., Nordal, I., & Demissew, S. (2019). Extinction risk and conservation gaps for Aloe (Asphodelaceae) in the Horn of Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-019-01870-0

Identification of conservation priorities is essential for conservation planning, especially as the biodiversity crisis develops. We aimed to support conservation prioritisation by addressing knowledge gaps for the genus Aloe in the Horn of Africa. S... Read More about Extinction risk and conservation gaps for Aloe (Asphodelaceae) in the Horn of Africa.

Can the failure speak? Militant failure in the academy (2019)
Journal Article
Clare, N. (2019). Can the failure speak? Militant failure in the academy. Emotion, Space and Society, 33, 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emospa.2019.100628

Academia is rife with structural issues. We are witnessing a mental health crisis among staff and students, hiring and employment practices are institutionally sexist and racist, and staff are increasingly expected to be a triple threat (research, te... Read More about Can the failure speak? Militant failure in the academy.

Arctic river temperature dynamics in a changing climate (2019)
Journal Article
Docherty, C. L., Dugdale, S. J., Milner, A. M., Abermann, J., Lund, M., & Hannah, D. M. (2019). Arctic river temperature dynamics in a changing climate. River Research and Applications, https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3537

Climate change in the Arctic is expected to have a major impact on stream ecosystems, affecting hydrological and thermal regimes. Although temperature is important to a range of in‐stream processes, previous Arctic stream temperature research is limi... Read More about Arctic river temperature dynamics in a changing climate.

Rarity of monodominance in hyperdiverse Amazonian forests (2019)
Journal Article
ter Steege, H., Henkel, T. W., Helal, N., Marimon, B. S., Marimon-Junior, B. H., Huth, A., …Melgaço, K. (2019). Rarity of monodominance in hyperdiverse Amazonian forests. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-50323-9

Tropical forests are known for their high diversity. Yet, forest patches do occur in the tropics where a single tree species is dominant. Such “monodominant” forests are known from all of the main tropical regions. For Amazonia, we sampled the occurr... Read More about Rarity of monodominance in hyperdiverse Amazonian forests.

Exploring the Efficacy of Nile Red in Microplastic Quantification: A Costaining Approach (2019)
Journal Article
Stanton, T., Johnson, M., Nathanail, P., Gomes, R., Needham, T., & Burson, A. (2019). Exploring the Efficacy of Nile Red in Microplastic Quantification: A Costaining Approach. Environmental Science and Technology Letters, 6(10), 606-611. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.estlett.9b00499

The presence of microplastic particles ([less than]5 mm) in the environment has generated considerable concern across public, political, and scientific platforms. However, the diversity of microplastics that persist in the environment poses complex a... Read More about Exploring the Efficacy of Nile Red in Microplastic Quantification: A Costaining Approach.

Towards a critical geography of physical activity: Emotions and the gendered boundary-making of an everyday exercise environment (2019)
Journal Article
Coen, S. E., Davidson, J., & Rosenberg, M. W. (2019). Towards a critical geography of physical activity: Emotions and the gendered boundary-making of an everyday exercise environment. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, https://doi.org/10.1111/TRAN.12347

In this article, we put forward a proposal for a critical geography of physical activity that attunes to experience while centring on the socio‐spatial processes and power structures enabling and constraining physical activity participation. Drawing... Read More about Towards a critical geography of physical activity: Emotions and the gendered boundary-making of an everyday exercise environment.

"We learnt that being together would give us a voice": gender perspectives on the East Africa improved cookstove value chain (2019)
Journal Article
Clifford, M., Jewitt, S., & Ray, C. (2019). "We learnt that being together would give us a voice": gender perspectives on the East Africa improved cookstove value chain. Feminist Economics, 25(4), 240-266. https://doi.org/10.1080/13545701.2019.1657924

Improved cookstoves (ICS) have been promoted for several decades, with little success. Advocates looking to drive uptake encourage greater involvement of women in ICS enterprises, on the largely unproven premise that women’s participation in the valu... Read More about "We learnt that being together would give us a voice": gender perspectives on the East Africa improved cookstove value chain.