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The interactive relationship between coastal erosion and flood risk   Recently updated !

A new paper from DREAM PhD student James Pollard explores the complex interactions between coastal flooding and erosion risks. Coastal erosion and flooding are hazards that, when combined with facilitative pathways and vulnerable receptors, represent sources of coastal risk. Erosion and flooding risks are often analysed separately owing to complex […]

Coastal Erosion-Flooding hazard interactions

Fungi of the future: Assessing the effects of elevated CO2 on fungal communities in temperate forests   Recently updated !

DREAM CDT PhD student Aileen Baird, of Birmingham University, presented a paper entitled ‘Fungi of the future: Assessing the effects of elevated CO2 on fungal communities in temperate forests’ at the State of the World’s Fungi Symposium, Kew, London. Baird, A., Pope F., May R. (2018). Fungi of the future: […]


ESRI Young Scholar 2018 – Jess Hepburn

DREAM CDT PhD student Jess Hepburn, of Newcastle University was awarded the prestigious position as ESRI Young Scholar 2018 for the United Kingdom, and received an award and a trip to the ESRI Education Summit and User Conference in San Diego. The full story from ESRI is online here: https://twitter.com/esriuk/status/1017695097482145792 […]


The digital age provides lots of new measures for transportation planners   Recently updated !

DREAM CDT PhD student Hanna Budnitz, from the University of Birmingham, has published a report entitled ‘The digital age provides lots of new measures for transportation planners’ in the Mobility Lab site. Budnitz, H. (2018) The digital age provides lots of new measures for transportation planners [Online]. Available at: https://mobilitylab.org/2018/02/05/digital-age-provides-lots-new-measures-transportation-planners/ […]

New measures for transportation planners

Can’t we all be place planners?   Recently updated !

DREAM CDT PhD student Hanna Budnitz, from the University of Birmingham, has published a report entitled ‘Can’t we all be place planners?’ in RTPI online. Budnitz, H. (2017) Can’t we all be place planners? [Online]. Available at: http://www.rtpi.org.uk/briefing-room/rtpi-blog/can%E2%80%99t-we-all-be-place-planners/ (Accessed: 20 July 2017)


Lightning rods, earthquakes, and regional identities: towards a multi-scale framework of assessing fracking risk perception   Recently updated !

DREAM CDT PhD student Jamie Pollard from the University of Cambridge published a paper entitled ‘Lightning rods, earthquakes, and regional identities: towards a multi-scale framework of assessing fracking risk perception’ in Risk Analysis. Pollard, J. A. and Rose, D. C. (2018) ‘Lightning rods, earthquakes, and regional identities: towards a multi-scale […]


Using hidden climate signals for water resource management

DREAM CDT student Will Rust, from Cranfield University published a paper entitled ‘Using hidden climate signals for water resource management’, in Water & Wastewater Treatment Magazine. Rust, W. (2018) ‘Using hidden climate signals for water resource management’, Water & Wastewater Treatment Magazine. 3 January, pp.1-2. https://wwtonline.co.uk/features/using-hidden-climate-signals-for-water-resource-management


Development of a Food Analysis System with Cloud Computing, Big Data, and Statistical Modelling   Recently updated !

DREAM CDT PhD student Emma Sims from Cranfield University presented a paper entitled ‘Development of a Food Analysis System with Cloud Computing, Big Data, and Statistical Modelling’ at the ECCB 2018 Conference, Athens. Sims, E., Mohareb, F., Thompson, A. (2018) ‘Development of a Food Analysis System with Cloud Computing, Big […]


Groundwater DNA: A novel approach to improved water resource management

DREAM CDT student Will Rust, from Cranfield University presented a conference paper entitled ‘Groundwater DNA: A novel approach to improved water resource management’, at the Biennial Seminar on Water Resource Management, Edinburgh. Rust, W. (2018) ‘Groundwater DNA: A novel approach to improved water resource management’, 19th Biennial Seminar on Water […]