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Modelling Antifouling compounds of Macroalgal Holobionts in Current and Future pH Conditions (2022)
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Hardege, J. D., Roggatz, C. C., & Saha, M. (2022). Modelling Antifouling compounds of Macroalgal Holobionts in Current and Future pH Conditions. Journal of Chemical Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10886-021-01340-4

Marine macroalgae are important ecosystem engineers in marine coastal habitats. Macroalgae can be negatively impacted through excessive colonization by harmful bacteria, fungi, microalgae, and macro-colonisers and thus employ a range of chemical comp... Read More about Modelling Antifouling compounds of Macroalgal Holobionts in Current and Future pH Conditions.

2020-Vision: understanding climate (in)action through the emotional lens of loss (2021)
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Jones, L., Halstead, F., Parsons, K., Le, H., Ha Bui, L. T., Hackney, C., & Parsons, D. (in press). 2020-Vision: understanding climate (in)action through the emotional lens of loss. Journal of the British Academy, 9(s5), 29-68. https://doi.org/10.5871/jba/009s5.029

We are the midst of a climate emergency requiring urgent climate action that is as yet unforthcoming on both the scale and at the speed needed. This paper considers this current state of inaction and how we might understand the processes of attitudin... Read More about 2020-Vision: understanding climate (in)action through the emotional lens of loss.

A journey of emotions from a young environmental activist (2021)
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Halstead, F., Parsons, L. R., Dunhill, A., & Parsons, K. (2021). A journey of emotions from a young environmental activist. Area, https://doi.org/10.1111/area.12745

The Earth is currently undergoing a sixth global-scale ecological crisis. The most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report of 2021 highlighted a need to curb global heating at 1.5 degrees above the pre-industrial baseline, and... Read More about A journey of emotions from a young environmental activist.

Dynamics of salt intrusion in the Mekong Delta: Results of field observations and integrated coastal-inland modelling (2021)
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Eslami, S., Hoekstra, P., Kernkamp, H. W. J., Nguyen Trung, N., Do Duc, D., Nguyen Nghia, H., …Van Der Vegt, M. (2021). Dynamics of salt intrusion in the Mekong Delta: Results of field observations and integrated coastal-inland modelling. Earth surface dynamics European Geosciences Union, 9(4), 953-976. https://doi.org/10.5194/esurf-9-953-2021

On the list of challenges facing the world largest deltas, increased saline water intrusion (SWI) in the surface water system and its role in jeopardizing freshwater supply are often ranked very high. Yet, detailed process-based studies of SWI at the... Read More about Dynamics of salt intrusion in the Mekong Delta: Results of field observations and integrated coastal-inland modelling.

Satellite data for the offshore renewable energy sector: Synergies and innovation opportunities (2021)
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Medina-Lopez, E., McMillan, D., Lazic, J., Hart, E., Zen, S., Angeloudis, A., …Zampollo, A. (2021). Satellite data for the offshore renewable energy sector: Synergies and innovation opportunities. Remote Sensing of Environment, 264, Article 112588. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2021.112588

Can satellite data be used to address challenges currently faced by the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) sector? What benefit can satellite observations bring to resource assessment and maintenance of ORE farms? Can satellite observations be used to a... Read More about Satellite data for the offshore renewable energy sector: Synergies and innovation opportunities.

A comprehensive review on the application of nanofluid in heat pipe based on the machine learning: Theory, application and prediction (2021)
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Wang, X., Luo, L., Xiang, J., Zheng, S., Shittu, S., Wang, Z., & Zhao, X. (2021). A comprehensive review on the application of nanofluid in heat pipe based on the machine learning: Theory, application and prediction. Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, 150, Article 111434. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2021.111434

This paper introduces three paramount factors i.e. viscosity, thermal conductivity and stability that affect the application of mono and hybrid nanofluids in heat pipes. The applications of nanofluids in various types of heat pipes are reviewed and t... Read More about A comprehensive review on the application of nanofluid in heat pipe based on the machine learning: Theory, application and prediction.

Acidification can directly affect olfaction in marine organisms (2021)
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Porteus, C. S., Roggatz, C. C., Velez, Z., Hardege, J. D., & Hubbard, P. C. (2021). Acidification can directly affect olfaction in marine organisms. The journal of experimental biology, 224(14), https://doi.org/10.1242/jeb.237941

In the past decade, many studies have investigated the effects of low pH/high CO2 as a proxy for ocean acidification on olfactory-mediated behaviours of marine organisms. The effects of ocean acidification on the behaviour of fish vary from very larg... Read More about Acidification can directly affect olfaction in marine organisms.

Establishing sustainable sediment budgets is critical for climate-resilient mega-deltas (2021)
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Vasilopoulos, G., Quan, Q. L., Parsons, D. R., Darby, S. E., Tri, V. P. D., Hung, N. N., …Aalto, R. (2021). Establishing sustainable sediment budgets is critical for climate-resilient mega-deltas. Environmental Research Letters, 16(6), Article 064089. https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ac06fc

Many of the world's major river deltas face a sustainability crisis, as they come under threat of increases in salinity and the extent of tidal zones forced by combinations of sea-level rise, changes in river discharge and channel geometry. The relat... Read More about Establishing sustainable sediment budgets is critical for climate-resilient mega-deltas.

Ocean Acidification Amplifies the Olfactory Response to 2-Phenylethylamine: Altered Cue Reception as a Mechanistic Pathway? (2021)
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Hardege, J. D., Schirrmacher, P., Roggatz, C. C., & Benoit, D. M. (in press). Ocean Acidification Amplifies the Olfactory Response to 2-Phenylethylamine: Altered Cue Reception as a Mechanistic Pathway?. Journal of Chemical Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10886-021-01276-9

With carbon dioxide (CO2) levels rising dramatically, climate change threatens marine environments. Due to increasing CO2 concentrations in the ocean, pH levels are expected to drop by 0.4 units by the end of the century. There is an urgent need to u... Read More about Ocean Acidification Amplifies the Olfactory Response to 2-Phenylethylamine: Altered Cue Reception as a Mechanistic Pathway?.

Observations of large-scale coherent structures in gravity currents: implications for flow dynamics (2021)
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Marshall, C. R., Dorrell, R. M., Keevil, G. M., Peakall, J., & Tobias, S. M. (2021). Observations of large-scale coherent structures in gravity currents: implications for flow dynamics. Experiments in Fluids, 62(6), Article 120. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00348-021-03217-4

Density driven flows, also known as gravity currents, comprise a head, body, and tail. Yet whilst the body typically forms the largest part of such flows, its structure remains poorly understood. In this work, experimental data gathered using particl... Read More about Observations of large-scale coherent structures in gravity currents: implications for flow dynamics.

Why do some students opt out of fieldwork? Using expectancy-value theory to explore the hidden voices of non-participants (2021)
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Peasland, E. L., Henri, D. C., Morrell, L. J., & Scott, G. W. (in press). Why do some students opt out of fieldwork? Using expectancy-value theory to explore the hidden voices of non-participants. International journal of science education, 1-24. https://doi.org/10.1080/09500693.2021.1923080

Fieldwork is an important part of higher education programmes in geography, geology, environmental sciences and biosciences because it offers opportunities to enhance graduate employability alongside pedagogical and social benefits. However, not all... Read More about Why do some students opt out of fieldwork? Using expectancy-value theory to explore the hidden voices of non-participants.

Scientific and technological progress and future perspectives of the solar assisted heat pump (SAHP) system (2021)
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Fan, Y., Zhao, X., Han, Z., Li, J., Badiei, A., Akhlaghi, Y. G., & Liu, Z. (2021). Scientific and technological progress and future perspectives of the solar assisted heat pump (SAHP) system. Energy, 229, Article 120719. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2021.120719

Among all available solar technologies, solar-assisted heat pump (SAHP) is the most popular technology for low- and medium-temperature applications, i.e., drying, space heating, and water heating. This paper presents a critical review of the SAHP, le... Read More about Scientific and technological progress and future perspectives of the solar assisted heat pump (SAHP) system.

Advanced big-data/machine-learning techniques for optimization and performance enhancement of the heat pipe technology – A review and prospective study (2021)
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Wang, Z., Zhao, X., Han, Z., Luo, L., Xiang, J., Zheng, S., …Hu, M. (2021). Advanced big-data/machine-learning techniques for optimization and performance enhancement of the heat pipe technology – A review and prospective study. Applied energy, 294, Article 116969. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2021.116969

A heat pipe (HP) is a passive heat transfer device able to transmit heat a few meters or several hundred meters away from the heat source without use of external energy. This paper presents a critical review of the HP technologies. It is found that t... Read More about Advanced big-data/machine-learning techniques for optimization and performance enhancement of the heat pipe technology – A review and prospective study.

Knickpoints and crescentic bedform interactions in submarine channels (2021)
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Chen, Y., Parsons, D. R., Simmons, S. M., Williams, R., Cartigny, M. J. B., Hughes Clarke, J. E., …Vendettuoli, D. (2021). Knickpoints and crescentic bedform interactions in submarine channels. Sedimentology, 68(4), 1358-1377. https://doi.org/10.1111/sed.12886

Submarine channels deliver globally important volumes of sediments, nutrients, contaminants and organic carbon into the deep sea. Knickpoints are significant topographic features found within numerous submarine channels, which most likely play an imp... Read More about Knickpoints and crescentic bedform interactions in submarine channels.

An innovative approach to recovery of fluctuating industrial exhaust heat sources using cascade Rankine cycle and two-stage accumulators (2021)
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Li, P., Cao, Q., Li, J., Lin, H., Wang, Y., Gao, G., …Liu, X. (2021). An innovative approach to recovery of fluctuating industrial exhaust heat sources using cascade Rankine cycle and two-stage accumulators. Energy, 228, Article 120587. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2021.120587

The fluctuating property of the heat source is a technical obstacle of waste heat recovery, which leads to part-load operation and reduced economics. This work presents a novel system to mitigate the fluctuations by using steam-organic Rankine cycles... Read More about An innovative approach to recovery of fluctuating industrial exhaust heat sources using cascade Rankine cycle and two-stage accumulators.

Persistent Food Shortages in Venetian Crete: A First Hypothesis (2021)
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Sotiropoulou, I. (in press). Persistent Food Shortages in Venetian Crete: A First Hypothesis. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 14(4), Article 151. https://doi.org/10.3390/jrfm14040151

This paper examines the persistent food shortages in the island of Crete under Venetian rule (1204–1669) through the prism of the monetary system of Venetian territories and in combination with the other economic policies of the Venetian empire. From... Read More about Persistent Food Shortages in Venetian Crete: A First Hypothesis.

Hydrodynamic efficiency in sharks: the combined role of riblets and denticles (2021)
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Lloyd, C. J., Peakall, J., Burns, A., Keevil, G., Dorrell, R. M., Wignall, P., & Fletcher, T. (2021). Hydrodynamic efficiency in sharks: the combined role of riblets and denticles. Bioinspiration&biomimetics, 16(4), Article 046008. https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-3190/abf3b1

We investigate the influence of smooth and ribletted shark skin on a turbulent boundary layer flow. Through Laser Doppler Anemometry the role of riblets in combination with the shark skin denticle is established for the first time. Our results show t... Read More about Hydrodynamic efficiency in sharks: the combined role of riblets and denticles.

A Weft Knit Data Glove (2021)
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Ayodele, E., Raza Zaidi, S. A., Scott, J., Zhang, Z., Hayajneh, A., Shittu, S., & McLernon, D. (2021). A Weft Knit Data Glove. IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 70, Article 4004212. https://doi.org/10.1109/tim.2021.3068173

Rehabilitation of stoke survivors can be expedited by employing an exoskeleton. The exercises are designed such that both hands move in synergy. In this regard often motion capture data from the healthy hand is used to derive control behaviour for th... Read More about A Weft Knit Data Glove.

Laboratory observations on meltwater meandering rivulets on ice (2021)
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Fernández, R., & Parker, G. (in press). Laboratory observations on meltwater meandering rivulets on ice. Earth surface dynamics ESURF ; an interactive open access journal of the European Geosciences Union, 9(2), 253-269. https://doi.org/10.5194/esurf-9-253-2021

We present a set of observations on meltwater meandering rivulets on ice and compare them (qualitatively and quantitatively) to morphologies commonly found in meandering channels in different media. The observations include data from planned centimet... Read More about Laboratory observations on meltwater meandering rivulets on ice.

Comparative assessment of marine weathering of ROP-derived biopolymers against conventional plastics (2021)
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Rodgers, K., Mayes, W. M., Santoro, O., Redshaw, C., Mccumskay, R., & Parsons, D. R. (2021). Comparative assessment of marine weathering of ROP-derived biopolymers against conventional plastics. Marine pollution bulletin, 167, Article 112272. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2021.112272

Bio-based plastics were designed to replace single-use plastics and to cause less post-consumer environmental damage. This paper assesses the weathering of four bio-based polymers created by ring opening polymerization (ROP) promoted by a previously... Read More about Comparative assessment of marine weathering of ROP-derived biopolymers against conventional plastics.