Category Archive: Publications

Jun 17

Analogies in contextualizing human response to airborne ultrasound and fish response to acoustic noise and deterrents

Research Article Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics. 37, 010014 (2019);¬†https://doi.org/10.1121/2.0001260 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America ¬†Timothy G. Leighton1,¬†Helen A. L. Currie2,¬†Amelia Holgate2,¬†Craig N. Dolder1,¬†Sian Lloyd Jones1,¬†Paul R. White1, and¬†Paul S. Kemp2 Published Online: 17 June 2020 ABSTRACT In assessing the impact of sound on aquatic life, or its potential to guide fauna away …

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Jun 01

The influence of pier geometry and debris characteristics on the accumulation of woody debris at bridge piers

The influence of pier geometry and debris characteristics on the accumulation of woody debris at bridge piers Diego Panici & Dr Gustavo De Almeida, University of Southampton First published: 01/06/2020, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, vol. 146, no. 6. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HY.1943-7900.0001757 Abstract This paper analyses the influence of the geometry of bridge piers and the geometry of …

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Jun 01

The influence of pier geometry and debris characteristics on the accumulation of woody debris at bridge piers

Research Article Panici, D.¬†&¬†De Almeida, G., Published on 1 Jun 2020, In : Journal of Hydraulic Engineering. 146, 6, 31 p. DOI 10.1061/(ASCE)HY.1943-7900.0001757 Abstract This paper analyses the influence of the geometry of bridge piers and the geometry of the supplied debris on the formation and growth of wood debris jams at bridge piers. A …

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Apr 17

Developing a generalised assessment framework for railway interventions

Developing a generalised assessment framework for railway interventions John Armstrong, Georgios Rempelos, Jingfu Wei, John¬†Preston, Simon¬†Blainey, John¬†Easton and Clive Roberts, ¬†WIT Transactions on Built Environment,¬†199,¬†127 – 138. ¬†(doi:10.2495/CR200121).¬†(In Press) In Press date:¬†17 April 2020 Record type:¬†Article Abstract Work undertaken on the socio-economic assessment of the installation of under-sleeper pads (USPs) on a busy commuter railway …

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Mar 17

Group behavior and tolerance of Eurasian minnow (Phoxinus phoxinus) in response to tones of differing pulse repetition rate

Research Article ¬†Helen A. L. Currie1,b),¬†¬†Paul R. White2,c),¬†¬†Timothy G. Leighton2,d), and¬†¬†Paul S. Kemp1,e) The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America¬†> Volume 147, Issue 3¬†> 10.1121/10.0000910 Published Online: 17 March 2020 ABSTRACT Behavioral guidance systems are commonly used in freshwater fish conservation. The biological relevance of sound to fish and recorded responses to human-generated noise …

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Mar 10

A theoretical analysis of the fluid-solid interactions governing the removal of woody debris jams from cylindrical bridge piers

A theoretical analysis of the fluid-solid interactions governing the removal of woody debris jams from cylindrical bridge piers Diego Panici, Gustavo De Almeida Published: 10 Mar 2020 Journal of Fluid Mechanics, vol. 886, A19. https://doi.org/10.1017/jfm.2019.1048 Abstract This paper proposes a theoretical model to describe previous laboratory observations of the dynamics of debris accumulations around bridge …

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Mar 10

A theoretical analysis of the fluid-solid interactions governing the removal of woody debris jams from cylindrical bridge piers

Research Article Panici, D.¬†&¬†De Almeida, G., Published on 10 Mar 2020, In :¬†Journal of Fluid Mechanics.¬†886,¬†21 p., A19. Abstract This paper proposes a theoretical model to describe previous laboratory observations of the dynamics of debris accumulations around bridge piers of cylindrical shape. The model is based on the assumption that the observed dynamics is mainly …

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Feb 28

A carbon footprint analysis of railway sleepers in the United Kingdom

Georgios Rempelos, Prof Jonathan Preston and Dr Simon Blainey Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 1361-9209 Scopus rating (2019):¬†CiteScore 7.7¬†SJR 1.662¬†SNIP 2.05 10.1016/j.trd.2020.102285 Abstract This paper provides an assessment of the lifecycle Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions associated with the four most common sleeper (railroad tie or cross-tie in North America) types present in the …

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Feb 25

Developing a low-cost fish passage solution for gauging weirs

PhD Thesis Montali-Ashworth, D.¬†(Creator),¬†Vowles, A.¬†(Supervisor),¬†Kemp, P.¬†(Supervisor),¬†De Almeida, G.¬†(Supervisor) Publisher: University of Southampton Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences,¬†Water and Environmental Engineering Group PhD Awarded: 25 June 2020 Abstract Fluvial habitat connectivity is essential for the transfer of energy, materials and organisms along rivers. In-river barriers (such as dams and weirs) disrupt the river continuum, causing …

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Feb 25

Taking the Initiative on Maltese Trawl Industry Management. Industry and Science Collaboration on Identifying Nursery and Spawning Areas for Trawl Fisheries Target Species

Nicholas¬†Flores Martin Chapter First Online:¬†25 February 2020 Collaborative Research in Fisheries¬†pp 249-262 Abstract Malta has managed a Fisheries Management Zone (FMZ), which extends to 25 NM from the baseline of the Maltese Islands, since 1971. The key aim of the Malta FMZ is to protect the fisheries resources of Malta‚Äôs marine area and the ecosystems …

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