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Gaps in the housing safety net
(Shelter, 2014-09) - Report,
Low pay, high house prices and a small rental sector mean that the housing market in the UK has many inherent risks. Few households have enough savings to cover their housing costs for more than a month if they lost their ...
Neil Smith, 1954–2012 : "the future is indeed radically open"
(2013) - Journal article,
Spatiotemporal variation in diabetes mortality in China : multilevel evidence from 2006 and 2012
(2015-07-10) - Journal article,
Background: Despite previous studies reporting spatial in equality in diabetes prevalence across China, potential geographic variations in diabetes mortality have not been explored. Methods: Age and gender stratified annual ...
Home-ing in on domestic energy research : 'house', 'home' and the importance of ontology
(2015-03) - Journal article,
Domestic energy demand is a topical policy issue, with implications for climate change, energy vulnerability and security. Domestic energy demand varies considerably by country, climate, building type, and even when these ...
Transfusing our lifeblood: reframing research impact through inter-disciplinary collaboration between health geography and nurse education
(2016-11) - Journal article,
Geographers have long grappled with how their research can positively impact individuals, communities and society. Demonstrating research impact is an increasingly important aspect of academic life internationally. In this ...
Neighbourhood ethnic mix and the formation of mixed-ethnic unions in Britain : a longitudinal analysis
(2014-02-28) - Journal article,
Although developed societies are becoming increasingly ethnically diverse, relatively little research has been conducted on geographies of mixed-ethnic unions (married or cohabiting). There is some recent evidence from the ...
Thinking about post-transitional demographic regimes : a reflection
(2013-06-27) - Journal article,
BACKGROUND: For the last 70 years the concept of the demographic transition has provided a basis for understanding and predicting population trends in the developing world. However, a majority of the developing world's ...
Do social interactions explain ethnic differences in psychological distress and the protective effect of local ethnic density? A cross-sectional study of 226 487 adults in Australia
(2013-05-02) - Journal article,
Background: A frequently proposed, but under-researched hypothesis is that ethnic density benefits mental health through increasing social interactions. We examined this hypothesis in 226 487 adults from 19 ethnic groups ...
Amplified bioproductivity during Transition IV (332 000-342 000 yr ago) : evidence from the geochemical record of Lake El'gygytgyn
(2013-03-14) - Journal article,
To date, terrestrial archives of long-term climatic change within the Arctic have widely been restricted to ice cores from Greenland and, more recently, sediments from Lake El'gygytgyn in northeast Arctic Russia. Sediments ...
Genetic and morphometric evidence for parallel evolution of the Globigerinella calida morphotype
(2015-01) - Journal article,
Molecular genetic investigations of the highly abundant extant planktonic foraminifera plexus Globigerinella siphonifera/. Globigerinella calida have recently shown this group to be the genetically most diverse one within ...