Jenny Knight

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Name: Jenny Knight
Date registered: April 1, 2020

Latest posts

  1. CDT team meals — December 13, 2021
  2. Love Thy Neighbour: Social Benefits and Port-City Relationships — December 3, 2021
  3. The response of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) to insonified bubble curtains — November 22, 2021
  4. Net Zero Futures 2021 conference — November 1, 2021
  5. Go Ape! Team building event — October 11, 2021

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Dec 13

CDT team meals

The CDT SIS students have enjoyed a couple of team meals at local restaurants recently, whilst allowed. We enjoy the time together to meet new students, catch up with friends and celebrate success. In November we went to the Ancient Viceroy in Portswood for a curry to celebrate Boni Hima and Toshan Rampat passing their …

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Dec 03

Love Thy Neighbour: Social Benefits and Port-City Relationships

Love Thy Neighbour: Social Benefits and Port-City Relationships Toby Roberts, Ian Williams, John Preston – University of Southampton Ramboll UK – Nick Clarke, Melinda Odum & Stephanie O’Gorman   Sustainability 2021, 13(23), 13391; https://doi.org/10.3390/su132313391 Received: 3 October 2021 / Revised: 24 November 2021 / Accepted: 1 December 2021 / Published: 3 December 2021 Abstract As awareness of the negative externalities created by ports increases, …

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Nov 22

The response of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) to insonified bubble curtains

The response of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) to insonified bubble curtains  Nicholas Flores Martin1,a),  Timothy G. Leighton2,b),  Paul R. White2,c), and  Paul S. Kemp1,d) The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 150, 3874 (2021); https://doi.org/10.1121/10.0006972 Available online 22.11.21 ABSTRACT Acoustic bubble curtains have been marketed as relatively low cost and easily maintained behavioural deterrents for fisheries …

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Nov 01

Net Zero Futures 2021 conference

Net-Zero Futures took place at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday 27th October 2021 delivered by the Energy Research Accelerator and the Centre for Postdoctoral Development in Infrastructure, Cities and Energy. Eight CDT Sustainable Infrastructure for Cities and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems postgraduate students and the CDT Manager travelled to this event and two more took …

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Oct 11

Go Ape! Team building event

A group of PGRs and staff headed to Go Ape at Itchen Valley Country Park for a team building event on 8th October to welcome new students to CDT Sustainable Infrastructure for Cities. We completed the Treetop Adventure and some brain teaser games. Treetop Adventure course included two loops. Loop 1 was made up of …

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Oct 06

The response of a brown trout (Salmo trutta) population to reintroduced Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) habitat modification

The response of a brown trout (Salmo trutta) population to reintroduced Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) habitat modification   Robert James Needham, Martin Gaywood – NatureScot, Angus Tree – NatureScot, Nick Sotherton – The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust, Dylan Roberts – The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust, Colin Bean – NatureScot and Paul Kemp University of Southampton ICER …

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Sep 30

River Restoration Design

On Thursday 30th September 2021, Dr Daniella Montali-Ashworth gave a presentation to CDT SIS and CDT SICities students online. Daniella was in the first cohort of PGRs for CDT SIS and she graduated in 2019. She now works as an Ecohydraulic Engineer for Five Rivers – website Five Rivers is a specialist in the consultation, …

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Sep 16

Cities of the Future: How smart communities should be focused on being connected, sustainable and citizen centric

CDT SIS and SI Cities seminar 16th September 2021 Cities of the Future: How smart communities should be focused on being connected, sustainable and citizen centric Abstract:   Chris will argue that our current trajectory in enabling smart communities is still too focused on the technology and not on the outcomes.  So how do we …

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