UCL Open Environment

Volume 4
22 December 2021
UCL Open: Environment
UCL Open

Table of contents

Improved bathymetry leads to >4000 new seamount predictions in the global ocean – but beware of phantom seamounts!
Tacit knowledge in water management: a case study of Sponge City
The impact of COVID-19 related regulations and restrictions on mobility and potential for sustained climate mitigation across the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK: a data-based commentary
Achieving a healthy indoor environment by using an emissions barrier to stop the spread of chemicals from a building into the indoor air
The impact of digital navigation on travel behaviour
Coping with oil spills: oil exposure and anxiety among residents of Gulf Coast states after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Light pollution: a landscape-scale issue requiring cross-realm consideration
Moisture control design has to respond to all relevant hygrothermal loads
COVID-19 & informal settlements: is ‘Stay Home’ safe?
Hygrothermal monitoring of replacement infill panels for historic timber-frame buildings: initial findings
Environment and health: how do we close the gap to prevent ill-health, poor well-being, and environmental degradation?
Invited discussant comments during the UCL–Penn Global Covid Study webinar ‘Family Life: Stress, Relationship Conflict and Child Adjustment’
Child externalising and internalising behaviour and parental wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic
Covid-19 pandemic: our relationships, environment, and health
The moisture distribution in wall-to-floor thermal bridges and its influence on mould growth
Invited discussant comments during the UCL–Penn Global COVID Study webinar ‘How Do We Trust (Again): Paranoia and Mental Health’: part 2 of 2
A three-timepoint network analysis of Covid-19’s impact on schizotypal traits, paranoia and mental health through loneliness
Invited discussant comments during the UCL–Penn Global COVID Study webinar ‘How Do We Trust (Again): Paranoia and Mental Health’: part 1 of 2
Invited discussant comments during the UCL-Penn Global COVID Study webinar ‘Alone Together: Loneliness Research and Social Health Innovation in Lockdown and Beyond’
Self-perceived loneliness and depression during the Covid-19 pandemic: a two-wave replication study
The effects of cumulative stressful educational events on the mental health of doctoral students during the Covid-19 pandemic
The diffusion of sustainability and Dingle Peninsula 2030
In-situ measurements of wall moisture in a historic building in response to the installation of an impermeable floor
Decarbonising existing homes in Wales: a participatory behavioural systems mapping approach
Indoor air quality and early detection of mould growth in residential buildings: a case study
Rethinking entrenched narratives about protected areas and human wellbeing in the Global South
Reflections, resilience and recovery: a qualitative study of Covid-19’s impact on an international adult population’s mental health and priorities for support
Invited discussant comments during the UCL–Penn Global COVID Study webinar ‘Reflections, Resilience, and Recovery: A qualitative study of Covid-19’s impact on an international adult population’s mental health and priorities for support’: part 1 of 3
Invited discussant comments during the UCL–Penn Global COVID Study webinar ‘Reflections, Resilience, and Recovery: A qualitative study of Covid-19’s impact on an international adult population’s mental health and priorities for support’: part 2 of 3
Invited discussant comments during the UCL–Penn Global COVID Study webinar ‘Reflections, Resilience, and Recovery: A qualitative study of Covid-19’s impact on an international adult population’s mental health and priorities for support’: part 3 of 3
Invited discussant comments during the UCL–Penn Global COVID Study webinar ‘Doctoral Students’ Educational Stress and Mental Health’
Widening community participation in preparing for climate-related disasters in Japan