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  • An evaluation of specialist mentoring for university students with autism spectrum disorders and mental health conditions

    Lucas, Rebecca; James, Alana I. (2018)
    Mentoring is often recommended to universities as a way of supporting students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and/or mental health conditions (MHC), but there is little literature on optimising this support. We used mixed-methods to evaluate mentees’ and mentors’ experiences of a specialist mentoring programme.\ud Mentees experienced academic, social and emotional support, although subtle group differences emerged between students with ASD and MHC. The quality of the mentee-mentor relat...

    A framework for agricultural adaptation to climate change in Southern Nigeria

    Ozor, Nicholas; Madukwe, M. C.; Enete, A. A.; Amaechina, E. C.; Onokala, P.; Eboh, E. C.; Ujah, O.; Garforth, Chris (2012)
    The agricultural sector which contributes between 20-50% of gross domestic product in Africa and employs about 60% of the population is greatly affected by climate change impacts. Agricultural productivity and food prices are expected to rise due to this impact thereby worsening the food insecurity and poor nutritional health conditions in the continent. Incidentally, the capacity in the continent to adapt is very low. Addressing these challenges will therefore require a holistic and integrat...

    Cloud optical and microphysical properties derived from ground-based and satellite sensors over a site in the Yangtze Delta region

    Liu, Jianjun; Li, Zhanqing; Zheng, Youfei; Chiu, J. Christine; Zhao, Fengsheng; Cadeddu, Maria; Weng, Fuzhong; Cribb, Maureen (2013)
    Projects: NSF | Converting AOT to CCN for Studying the Impact of Aerosol on Cloud and Precipitation (1118325)
    Comprehensive surface-based retrievals of cloud optical and microphysical properties were made at Taihu, a highly polluted site in the central Yangtze Delta region, during a research campaign from May 2008 to December 2009. Cloud optical depth (COD), effective radius (Re), and liquid water path (LWP) were retrieved from measurements made with a suite of ground-based and spaceborne instruments, including an Analytical Spectral Devices spectroradiometer, a multi␣lter rotating shadowband radiome...

    Building energy management and occupants’ behaviour-intelligent agents, modelling methods and multi-objective\ud decision making algorithms

    Jiang, Lai
    In the UK, buildings contribute around one third of the energy-related greenhouse gas emissions. Space heating and cooling systems are among the biggest power consumers in buildings. Thus, improvement of energy efficient of HVAC systems will play a significant role in achieving the UK carbon reduction target. This research aims to develop a novel Building Energy Management System (BEMS)\ud to reduce the energy consumption of the HVAC system while fulfilling occupants’ thermal comfort requirem...

    The troposphere-to-stratosphere transition in kinetic energy spectra and nonlinear spectral fluxes as seen in ECMWF analyses

    Burgess, B. H.; Erler, Andre R.; Shepherd, Theodore G. (2013)
    Global horizontal wavenumber kinetic energy spectra and spectral fluxes of rotational kinetic energy and enstrophy are computed for a range of vertical levels using a T799 ECMWF operational analysis. Above 250 hPa, the kinetic energy spectra exhibit a distinct break between steep and shallow spectral ranges, reminiscent of dual power-law spectra seen in aircraft data and high-resolution general circulation models. The break separates a large-scale ‘‘balanced’’ regime in which rotational flow ...
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