Recent Submissions

  • The Evolution Pathway of Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaea Shaped by Major Geological Events 

    Yang, Y; Zhang, C; Lenton, TM; et al. (Oxford University Press (OUP), 16 May 2021)
    Primordial nitrification processes have been studied extensively using geochemical approaches, but the biological origination of nitrification remains unclear. Ammonia-oxidizing archaea (AOA) are widely distributed nitrifiers ...
  • Holocene fires and ecological novelty in the high Colombian Cordillera Oriental 

    Espinoza, IG; Franco-Gaviria, F; Castañeda, I; et al. (Frontiers Media, 9 June 2022)
    Rapid climate changes and the increasing presence of humans define the Holocene Epoch (11.6 calibrated kiloyears before present – hereafter kyr BP), when biological systems have faced the most recent and abrupt environmental ...
  • Energy poverty, practice, and policy 

    Butler, C (Palgrave Macmillan, 15 July 2022)
    This Open Access book examines the implications of welfare policy for energy poverty and engages with key conceptual debates at the forefront of energy demand research.
  • Non-representational approaches to COVID-19 

    Asker, C; Lucas, G; Lea, J (Springer, 20 June 2021)
    Through a performative and speculative style of writing, this chapter develops the ways in which non-representational theories might provide purchase in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. First, we present two short ...
  • ‘I feel the weather and you just know’. Narrating the dynamics of commuter mobility choices 

    Barr, S; Lampkin, S; Dawkins, L; et al. (Elsevier, 18 July 2022)
    Efforts to promote travel behaviour change have frequently deployed social marketing strategies that are based on characterising populations into discrete target groups through quantitative segmentation techniques. Such ...

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