Current Projects

Decomposition of deadwood debris left over from tropical rainforest logging operations

Prof Yadvinder Malhi, NERC; 2017-2020.

Sand Mitigation around Railway Tracks

Prof Giles Wiggs. European Commission H2020; 2017-2020.

Go Ultra Low Oxford Residential On Street Charging Project

Dr Tim Schwanen, Oxford City Council; 2017-2018.

Urban Austerity, care and new parenting

Dr Jennie Middleton, Wellcome Trust; 2017-2018.

Achieving sustainable growth in a low carbon economy - co-creating an evidence based model of SME engagement

Dr Tina Fawcett in collaboration with Oxford Brookes, ESRC IAA; 2017.

City Net: Cities in Global Financial Networks: Finance and Development in the 21st Century

Prof Dariusz Wójcik. European Research Council Consolidator Grant; 2016-2021.

Resilience of the UK food system in a global context

Dr John Ingram with multiple research partners. BBSRC; 2016-2021.

Built Heritage Research Initiative

Prof Heather Viles. Getty Foundation; 2016-2020.

Global excellence in modelling of climate and energy (GEMCLIME)

Prof Jim Hall with multiple research partners. European Commission h2020, 2016-2020.

Managing the High Seas

Dr Richard Bailey with Math, Oxford Martin School, led by Zoology. Oxford Martin School; 2016-2020.

MISTRAL: Multi-scale Infrastructure Systems Analytics. Prof Jim Hall with multiple research partners. EPSRC; 2016-2020.

Oxford Martin TNC Climate Partnership: Extreme weather events, complex ecosystem responses and resilient land use planning in a changing climate

Prof Myles Allen and Prof Yadvinder Malhi. The Nature Conservancy; 2016-2020.

Biomes of Brazil - resilience, recovery and diversity

Prof Yadvinder Malhi. NERC; 2016-2019.

Burnout: A geo history of contemporary exhaustion

Dr Thomas Jellis. British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship; 2016-2019.

Increasing resilience to water-related risk in the UK fresh fruit and vegetable system

Dr John Ingram with multiple research partners. BBSRC; 2016-2019.

Landscape archaeology of the Kalahari: How did major hydrological shifts affect Middle Stone Age environmental use in the late Quaternary?

Prof Dave Thomas, Dr Sallie Burrough in collaboration with researchers at the University of Botswana, the University of Brighton and the University of Oslo. The Leverhulme Trust; 2016-2019.

Managing Development and Infrastructure: Understanding state engagements with rural communities

Dr Ariell Ahearn Ligham. ESRC Postdoctoral Grant; 2016-2019.

Geo-logics and Geo Politics: The Collective Governance of European Shale Gas Development

Dr Kärg Kama. ESRC Future Leaders; 2016-2018.

Governance of Low-carbon Innovation in Domestic Energy Retrofits (GLIDER)

Dr Gavin Killip. UKERC3; 2016-2018.

Request for BEST Pricing

Ben Caldecott. Standard Chartered Bank. 2016-2018.

A national scale model of green infrastructure for water resources

Prof Jim Hall. NERC Green Infrastructure; 2016-2017.

Delivering Food and Water Security in a Middle East in Flux - Insights from Israel and transferable lessons for Jordan and Palestine (DeFWS)

Dr Michael Gilmont in association with Anthropology, Oxford, Ecopeace and the West Asia North Africa (WANA) Institute. British Council, Newton Fund; 2016-2017.

Diplomacy in the margins

Dr Fiona McConnell. British Academy Mid Career Fellowship; 2016-2017.

EKN Tool Assessor: Facilitating the application of Innovative tools for assessing natural capital

Dr Rob Dunford and Alison Smith, NERC; 2016-2017.

EU Energy Network Planning Software

Dr Daniel Tulloch, Fell Fund; 2016-2017.

Governance for ecosystem services and poverty alleviation (GESPA)

Dr Connie McDermott with multiple research partners, NERC; 2016-2017.

Grazing systems report

Dr Tara Garnett. CSIRO, 2016-2017.

Incumbent Energy Systems

Dr Nick Eyre. EPSRC; 2016-2017.

Maximising Home Delivery

Dr Tim Schwanen and Dr Christian Brand with University of Cambridge, Heriot Watt University, Waitrose, Sainsbury's and Tesco, EPSRC; 2016-2017.

Multi-Hazard Resilience Estimation and Planning of Interdependent National Infrastructure Networks

Prof Jim Hall with multiple research partners. NERC; 2016-2017.

Nature's value in policy and practice: Evaluating trade-offs between forest and freshwater ecosystems

Dr Rob Dunford, Fell Fund; 2016-2017.

Opportunities to develop an online PGIS tool for stakeholders in Essex

Dr Pam Berry, ESRC IAA; 2016-2017.

Piloting and developing a major programme on infrastructure systems in developing countries

Prof Jim Hall, EPSRC GCRF; 2016-2017.

Socio-ecological response and resilience to El Niño shocks: the case of coffee and cocoa agroforestry landscapes in Africa

Prof Yadvinder Malhi. NERC; 2016-2017.

Stranded Assets Japan Forum

Ben Caldecott. 350 org. 2016-2017.

Tools for planning and evaluating urban green infrastructure - Bicester and beyond

Dr Pam Berry. NERC Green Infrastructure; 2016-2017.

Ultra high net worth individuals private banks and the state of green investment

Ben Caldecott. HSBC. 2016.

What counts as environmental evidence? Improving social science research impact in DEFRA

Prof Sarah Whatmore. HEIF KE Fellowship; 2016.

World Weather Attribution Project

Dr Fredi Otto. Climate Central; 2016.

REACH: Improving water security for the poor

Dr Rob Hope. DFID; 2015-2022.

Measuring and evaluating time and energy use relationships (METER)

Dr Phil Grünewald. EPSRC Fellowship; 2015-2020.

Groundwater Risk Management for Growth and Development

Dr Rob Hope. NERC; 2015-2019.

Human-modified Tropical Forest Programme Management

Prof Yadvinder Malhi. NERC; 2015-2019.

Improving Model Processes for African Climate (IMPALA)

Prof Richard Washington. NERC; 2015-2019.

Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy (INTEGRATE)

Dr Nick Eyre with multiple research partners. Oxford Martin School, (together with Engineering, Materials and Maths); 2015-2019.

Oxford Martin Net Zero Carbon Investment Initiative

Prof Myles Allen and Prof Cameron Hepburn. Oxford Martin School; 2015-2019.

Uncertainty reduction in Models For Understanding deveLopment Applications (UMFULA)

Prof Richard Washington with multiple research partners. NERC; 2015-2019.

Circuits of waster and value: making e-waste subjects in China and Japan

Dr Anna Lora Wainwright and Dr Peter Wynn Kirby. The Leverhulme Trust; 2015-2018.

Food Climate Research Network

Dr Tara Garnett. Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation; 2015-2018.

Information Protection Gap

Prof Gordon Clark. Zurich Insurance Company, 2015-2018.

Innovative Food Systems Teaching and Learning (IFSTAL)

Dr John Ingram. HEFCE Catalyst Fund; 2015-2018.

RealValue: Unlocking European Energy Potential

Drs Nick Eyre and Sarah Darby with multiple research partners. European Commission H2020. 2015-2018.

Solidarity in European Societies: Empowerment, Social Justice and Citizenship (Solidus)

Prof Linda McDowell. European Commission H2020. 2015-2018.

Building sustainability, resilience and adaptive capacity in transport in cities

Prof David Banister. British Council/Newton Fund; 2015-2017.

Building sustainable local nexuses of food, energy and water: from smart engineering to shared prosperity (The Local Nexus Network)

Dr John Ingram with Dr Aidong Yang (Dept of Engineering, Oxford). EPSRC; 2015-2017.

Community energy generation, aggregation and demand shaping (CEGADS)

Dr Sarah Darby. EPSRC and Technology Strategy Board; 2015-2017.

IN-BEE: Assessing the intangibles: the socioeconomic benefits of improving energy efficiency

Drs Nick Eyre and Tina Fawcett with multiple research partners. European Comission H2020. 2015-2017.

Mobile payment systems to reduce rural water risks in Africa

Dr Rob Hope. ESRC; 2015-2017.

Provincial Adaptation Planning Guideline Advisor for Adapting to Climate Change in China, Phase II (ACCC II)

Roger Street. Swiss Agency for Development; 2015-2017.

British Academy Mid Career Fellowship

Dr Derek McCormack. British Academy; 2015-2016.

Economy wide adaptation to climate change

Roger Street. FCO; 2015-2016.

Holistic Greenland? Science, politics and a geographical imagination

Dr Richard Powell. Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship; 2015-2016.

Mid Career Fellowship

Dr Richard Powell. ISRF; 2015-2016.

Smart phone, smart stone

Prof Heather Viles and Dr Russell Layberry. Fell Fund; 2015-2016.

Diplomatic Representation in the margins - the biographies and spatial practices of unrecognised diplomats

Dr Fiona McConnell. Fell Fund; 2015.

Global coal activities

Ben Caldecott. Oxfam France. 2015.

Global Systems Monitoring Network TV

Prof Yadvinder Malhi. Fell Fund; 2015.

Megafauna and ecosystem functions: measuring impacts of animals on nutrient dispersal

Dr Chris Doughty. Fell Fund; 2015.

Regional Climate projections Mexico United Kingdom

Dr Friederike Otto. British Council / Newton Fund; 2015.

Clarify

Prof. Richard Washington. Financial support from NERC; 2014-2018.

EUCLEIA: European climate and weather events: interpretation

Prof. Myles Allen with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme; 2014-2017.

Excavating the political; mining and micropolitics in Ecuador

Dr Joe Gerlach. British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship; 2014-2017.

MaRIUS: Managing the risks, impacts and uncertainties of droughts and water scarcity

Prof. Jim Hall with multiple research partners. Financial support from NERC; 2014-2017.

Political animals: rethinking Indian modernity

Dr Maan Barua. British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship; 2014-2017.

TRANSMANGO: Assessment of the impact of drivers of change on Europe's food and nutrition security

Dr John Ingram, Dr Joost Vervoort, with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme; 2014-2017.

Food System Governance, Food Security and Land Use in Southern Africa

Dr John Ingram. NERC via the Belmont Programme; 2014-2016.

Rural water sustainability in Africa

Dr Rob Hope. UNICEF; 2014-2016.

Pragmatic systems-based fisheries management - an interdisciplinary approach to commercial fisheries policies

Dr Richard Bailey. Ocean Conservancy; 2014-2016.

Scenarios development component of the Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS) Programme

Dr Joost Vervoort in collaboration with multiple research partners. CCAFS; 2014-2016.

WICKED: Working with Infrastructure Creation of Knowledge and Energy Stategy Development

Drs Nick Eyre and Katy Janda with multiple research partners. EPSRC; 2014-2016.

World Weather Attribution

Prof. Myles Allen with Oxford e-Research Centre (OeRC). Financial support from Climate Central; 2014-2016.

Towards an historical geography of Arctic exceptionality: Franz Boas, Knud Rasmussen and geographical practice.

Dr Richard Powell. Financial support from British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant; 2014-15.

Oxfordshire economy and environment

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from the Lower Carbon Hub; 2014.

Attributing impacts of external climate drivers on extreme weather in Africa

Prof. Myles Allen and Dr Simon Dadson. Financial support from NERC; 2013-2018.

GEM-TRAIT: The global ecosystems monitoring and trait study

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the European Research Council (ERC); 2013-2018.

IMPRESSIONS: Impacts and risks from higher-end scenarios: strategies for innovative solutions

Dr Paula Harrison with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme; 2013-2018.

OPENNESS: Operationalisation of natural capital and ecosystem services: from concepts to real-world applications

Dr Paula Harrison and multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme; 2013-2018.

Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand

Dr Tim Schwanen and Professor David Banister in collaboration with SPRU, University of Sussex, and the Business School at the University of Manchester. Financial support from the EPSRC's End User Energy Demand Programme; 2013-2018.

BeXchange: Adaptation and Resilience in the context of change co-ordination network

Roger Street. Financial support from the EPSRC; 2013-2017.

ECOFOR: Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in degraded and recovering Amazonian and Atlantic forests

Prof. Yadvinder Malhi with multiple research partners. Financial support from NERC; 2013-2017.

ENHANCE: Enhancing Risk Management Partnerships for catastrophic natural disasters

Professor Jim Hall in collaboration with 24 research partners. Financial support from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme; 2013-2017.

Changes in urbanisation and its effects on water quantity and quality from local to regional scale

Dr Simon Dadson. Financial support from the Natural Environment Research Council; 2013-2016.

CLEVER: Closed Loop Emotionally Valuable E Waste Recovery

Dr Kersty Hobson in collaboration with the University of Bath. Financial support from the EPSRC; 2013-2016.

Monitoring and Evaluation for Sustainable Communities

Dr Kersty Hobson, Jo Hamilton and Ruth Mayne. Financial support from the Higher Education Innovation Fund; 2013-2016.

PASTA: Physical activity through sustainable transport approaches

Dr Christian Brand with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme; 2013-2016.

Assessing health, livelihoods, ecosystem services and poverty alleviation in populous deltas

Professor Paul Whitehead and Dr Fai Fung in collaboration with the University of Southampton. Financial support from the NERC; 2012-2016.

iCOAST - Integrated Coastal Sediment Systems

Professor Jim Hall. Financial support from NERC; 2012-2016.

Long term dynamics of interdependent infrastructure systems

Prof. Jim Hall and Dr Nick Eyre with multiple research partners. Financial support from EPSRC; 2011-2016.

Recent Projects (since 2006)

Android phones as smart energy and environmental monitors

Dr Russell Layberry. NERC Pathfinder Grant; 2015.

Localities and livelihoods in Asian drylands, pastoralism in an era of climatic, economic and social change

Dr Troy Sternberg. Funded by Wenner Gren Foundation of Anthropological Research; 2015.

Can sugars be extracted from intact tropical forests to provide green liquid biofuel?

Dr Chris Doughty. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2014-2015.

Carbon reduction options for housing managers - Real Time

Dr Nick Eyre and Dr Russell Layberry. Financial support from the Technology Strategy Board and EPSRC; 2014-2015.

Everyday mobilities of visually impaired young people

Prof David Banister and Dr Jennie Middleton. Fell Fund; 2014-2015.

Food system governance in Southern Africa

Dr John Ingram. Financial support from the Belmont Forum; 2014-2015.

Flood Risk: Building infrastructure resilience through better understanding and management choices (FoRUM). Prof Jim Hall and Paul Sayers. NERC Knowledge Exchange; 2014-2015.

Greenland and theories of environment and society: a scoping study of the archives

Dr Richard Powell. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2014-2015.

Oxford Energy Research Network

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2014-2015.

Protected area resilience - promoting value creation and value protection is a globally significant asset class

Ben Caldecott. Financial support from WWF, Woodchester Foundation, Luc Hoffman Institute; 2014-2015.

reptilr.org - a worldwide resource for reptile biogeography

Dr Richard Grenyer. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2014-2015.

Sharing resource prosperityDr Caitlyn McElroy. Fell Fund; 2014-2015.

Design of a sustainable financial system

Ben Caldecott. UNOPS; 2014.

Bali - Biodiversity and Land-Use Impacts on Tropical Ecosystem Function

Prof. Yadvinder Malhi together with Plant Sciences, Oxford Financial support from the NERC; 2013-2015.

Current policies and future scenarios for Asian elephant conservation

Maan Barua. Financial support from the Elephant Family; 2013-2015.

Insuring against rural water risk in Africa

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from the ESRC; 2013-2015.

Advanced analytics platform for behavioural finance research of pension decisions

Prof. Gordon Clark. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2013-2014.

Groundwater Risks and Institutional Responses for Poverty Reduction in Rural Africa

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from the NERC; 2013-2014.

Hot spots of dust emission: identifying, measuring and modelling aeolian dust sources in the dry river valleys of Namibia

Dr Giles Wiggs. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2013-2014.

Monitoring and Evaluation for Sustainable Communities

Dr Kersty Hobson, Jo Hamilton and Ruth Mayne and research partners. Financial support from the ESRC; 2013-2014.

TRANSFORuM

Prof. David Banister and TSU researchers as part of a consortium. Financial support from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme; 2013-2014.

Real time vehicle monitoring for energy efficiency in transport

Dr Christian Brand and Dr Russell Layberry. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2013.

Alchemists of the Revolution? The politics of educated unemployed youth

Professor Craig Jeffrey in collaboration with several partners. Financial support from the ESRC; 2012-2015.

Ivy on Walls Phase 2

Professor Heather Viles. Financial support from English Heritage; 2012-2015.

Servicizing policy for resource efficient economy

Prof. David Banister and Nihan Akyelken in collaboration with 10 partners. Financial support from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme; 2012-2015.

The end of investment bank capitalism? Mapping the global securities industry.

Dr Dariusz Wójcik. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2012-2015.

Oxford Martin Programme on Resource Stewardship

Professor Myles Allen and Professor Jim Hall in collaboration with several faculties in Oxford including Statistics, Philosophy and Physics. Financial support from the Oxford Martin School; 2012-2015.

INTEGRAL: Future-oriented integrated management of European forest landscapes

Dr Connie McDermott in collaboration with several partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2011-2015.

BESAFE: Biodiversity and ecosystem services: arguments for our future environment

Dr Paula Harrison and Dr Pam Berry. Financial support from the European Commission; 2011-2015.

Diaspora youth: economic disadvantage, the construction of masculinity and inter-group relations

Professor Linda McDowell in collaboration with the Oxford International Migration Institute as part of the Oxford Diasporas Programme. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2011-2015.

Changing Land-Atmosphere Feedbacks in Tropical African Wetlands

Dr Simon Dadson. Financial support from NERC; 2011-2014.

Does shifting carbon use efficiency determine the growth rates of intact and disturbed tropical forests? Gathering new evidence from African forests

Professor Yadvinder Malhi in collaboration with multiple partners. Financial support from NERC; 2011-2014.

GEOCARBON: An operational integrated global carbon observation and analysis system

Professor Yadvinder Malhi in collaboration with multiple partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2011-2014.

Oxford climate research network stakeholder engagement initiative

Professor Myles Allen. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2011-2014.

Transport and accessibility in low income communities in the Recife metropolitan region

Dr Karen Lucas in collaboration with the University of Pernambuco, Brazil. Financial support from Brazilian National Science Research Council; 2011-2014.

TranSENDaNC: Transport and social exclusion: new directions and national comparisons

Dr Karen Lucas and Dr Tim Schwanen in collaboration with the University of Ghent, Belgium and the Universidad de Concepción, Chile. Financial support from EU Marie Curie International Researcher Exchange Scheme (IRSES); 2011-2014.

Carbon monitoring through the SAFE project (Malaysia)

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from Rainforest Research SDN BHD; 2010-2015.

Macronutrients Cycles Programme

Professor Paul Whitehead and Dr Jill Crossman. Financial support from NERC; 2010-2015.

DO4 Models: Dust observation

Professor Richard Washington, Dr Giles Wiggs and Professor David S.G. Thomas in collaboration with University of Sheffield and Imperial College London and University of Cape Town; Financial support from NERC; 2010-2015.

Building expertise: a system of professions approach to implementing sustainable strategies

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from EPSRC; 2010-2014.

BioFresh: Biodiversity of freshwater ecosystems: status, trends, pressures and conversation priorities

Dr Paul Jepson in collaboration with multiple partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2009-2014.

UKERC - Energy demand

Dr Nick Eyre in collaboration with the Universities of Bath, Aberdeen, UCK and Glasgow. Financial support from NERC; 2009-2014.

AMAZONICA: Amazon integrated carbon analysis

Professor Yadvinder Malhi in collaboration with multiple partners. Financial support from NERC; 2008-2014.

UKERC: Energy demand

Dr Nick Eyre and Dr Christian Brand in collaboration with the University of Bath, University College London and University of Aberdeen. Financial support from NERC; 2004-2014.

UKERC - The Meeting Place

Dr Brenda Boardman, Dr Nick Eyre and Jennifer Otoadese with multiple research partners. Financial support from NERC; 2004-2014.

Impacts of Polar Geopolitics for UK Policy in the Arctic and Antarctic

Dr Richard Powell. RCUK/ESRC Global Uncertainties Impact Support Grant; 2012-2013.

Integrated carbon and health economic assessment tool for walking and cycling

Dr Christian Brand. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2012-2013.

Living With Environmental Change (LWEC) Climate Adaptation Fellowship

Roger Street. Financial support from the NERC; 2012-2013.

Living with pollution in rural China: an ethnographic perspective

Dr Anna Lora-Wainwright. Financial support from The Leverhulme Trust; 2012-2013.

Loot: corruption in modern India

Professor Craig Jeffrey. British Academy Mid Career Fellowship; 2012-2013.

Mobile water science for global development impacts

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2012-2013.

Piloting innovative computational technologies for multi-scale water resources assessment, management and engineering

Dr Simon Dadson. Financial support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council; 2012-2013.

Qualifying carbon - building trust and credibility in REDD+ through reflexive, multi-level governance

Dr Thomas Thornton and Dr Connie McDermott. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2012-2013.

The geopolitics of ethnic relations in Russia

Dr Andrew Foxall. ESRC Early Career Fellowship from the ESRC; 2012-2013.

Towards an integrated carbon and health economic assessment tool for walking and cycling

Prof. David Banister and Dr Christian Brand. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2012-2013.

Urban mining, toxic payload: transnational circuits of e-waste between Japan and China

Dr Anna Lora-Wainwright. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2012-2013.

Variation of carbon allocation with rainfall, temperature and elevation

Prof. Yadvinder Malhi and Dr Toby Marthews. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2012-2013.

Eco-renovation: technology transfer events

Jo Hamilton. Financial support from Oxford City Council; 2011-2013.

Examining the bioprotection value of plants and species on rocks and man made intertidal structures and to make pratical recommendations for their use

Professor Heather Viles. Financial support from the Esmee Fairbairn Charitable Trust; 2011-2013.

Fixing futures? Towards a comparative analysis of educated unemployed youth politics

Professor Craig Jeffrey. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2011-2013.

Modelling the relationships between transport poverty and social disadvantage

Dr Karen Lucas. Financial support from ESRC; 2011-2013.

New and emerging technologies - Smart Water Systems Phase 2

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from DfID; 2011-2013.

Merseytravel neighbourhood travel teams evaluation study

Dr Karen Lucas. Financial support from the Merseytravel Passenger Transport Authority; 2011-2012.

Large area effects of dry season and drought on the structure, composition and function of forests in the Western Amazon Basin

Professor Yadvinder Malhi in collaboration with the University of Leeds. Financial support from the Betty and Gordon Moore Foundation; 2011-2012.

Oxford water security research network

Professor Jim Hall. Financial support from the John Fell Fund, University of Oxford; 2011-2012.

Climate change, deforestation and the future of African rainforests

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the Waterloo Foundation; 2011.

Development of canopy observatory at Wytham Woods to monitor climate and understand long-term carbon balance of ancient semi-natural woodland

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from Natural England; 2011.

Low-carbon mobility futures

Prof. David Banister, Dr Moshe Givoni and James Macmillen. Financial support from Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford; 2011.

Pre-cursor to the Virtual Observatory Initiative

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from CEH Oxford; 2011.

UK National Ecosystem Assessment (NEA) - England Synthesis

Dr Pam Berry in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from Countryside Council for Wales, Defra, ESRC, NERC; Northern Ireland Environment Agency, the Scottish Government and the Welsh Assembly Government; 2011.

Understanding the implications of climate change for woodland biodiversity and community functioning

Dr Pam Berry. Financial support from the Forestry Commission, 2011.

ADEPT: Advanced dynamic energy pricing and tariffs

Dr Sarah Darby in collaboration with the Oxford e-Research Centre. Financial support from EPSRC; 2010-2013.

Biological controls on soil respiration and its climatic response across a large tropical elevation gradient

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from NERC; 2010-2013.

CLIMSAVE: Climate change integrated assessment methodology for cross-sectoral adaptation and vulnerability in Europe

Dr Paula Harrison with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2010-2013.

FENNEC: The Saharan climate system

Professor Richard Washington in collaboration with the University of Leeds, UCL, Imperial College London and the University of Reading. Financial support from NERC; 2010-2013.

Floods and droughts: environmental dynamics in the upper Zambezi Valley

Professor David S.G. Thomas and Dr Sallie Burrough in collaboration with the Dept of Zoology, Oxford. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2010-2013.

Smart water systems

Dr Rob Hope and Michael Rouse, in collaboration with Rural Focus Ltd. (Kenya) and ZamDex (Zambia). Financial support from DfID; 2010-2013.

The challenge of human-hazard interaction: documentation, social exposure and system resilience in the Gobi desert, Asia

Dr Troy Sternberg. Financial support from the British Academy and the Royal Geographical Society; 2010-2013.

Transport scenarios - drivers and limits

Prof. David Banister in collaboration with the Technical University of Denmark, KTH, Nordforsk, and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Financial support from the Danish Technical University; 2010-2013.

UNITE: Uncertainties in transport project evaluation

Prof. David Banister in collaboration with the Technical University of Denmark, Aalborg University, Denmark Institute of Transport Economics, and Princeton University. Financial support from the Danish Technical University; 2010-2013.

Developments after a disaster: the tsunami, poverty, conflict and reconstruction in Sri Lanka

Dr Kamal Kapadia. Financial support from the ESRC; 2010-2012.

Making environmental health subjects in contemporary rural China: contested illnesses, pollution and the 'good life'

Dr Anna Lora-Wainwright. Financial support from the British Academy; 2010-2012.

Penality and the social construction of gender in post-Soviet Russia: the impact on prisioners' relatives of their encounters with penal Russia

Professor Judith Pallot and Dr Elena Katz. Financial support from the AHRC; 2010-2013.

Rainfall in the desert sand: groundwater recharge rates and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction in the southern Kalahari

Dr Abi Stone. Financial support from the Royal Geographical Society; 2010-2012.

UNLOC: Understanding local and community governance of energy

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from NERC; 2010-2012.

CARIBSAVE Climate change risk atlas

Professor Mark New and Dr Murray Simpson. Financial support from DfID; 2010-2011.

Climate change, energy and transport

Prof. David Banister and Dr Tim Schwanen in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen. Financial support from the UK Transport Research Centre; 2010-2011

CLIMATEGOV: Managing interactions between international agreements: dealing with diversity in global climate governance

Dr Heike Schroeder. Financial support from the European Commission; 2010-2011.

EMBEDS: Embedding biodiversity adaptation principles

Dr Pam Berry. Financial support from Defra; 2010-2011.

Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation - West Africa

Professor Yadvinder Malhi, Dr Constance McDermott and Dr Lauren Coad with multiple research partners. Financial support from NERC; 2010-2011.

Human adaptation to biodiversity change: building and testing concepts, methods, and tools for understanding and supporting autonomous adaptation

Dr Tom Thornton in collaboration with the University of Kent. Financial support from DFID, NERC and ESRC; 2010-2011.

Investing social security assets in equities: an assessment of the procedures to prevent political interference

Professor Gordon L. Clark. Financial support from the University of Toronto; 2010-2011.

Knowledges, resources and legal regimes: the new geopolitics of the polar regions

Dr Richard Powell in collaboration with Royal Holloway, University of London. Financial support from the ESRC; 2010-2011.

Low carbon learning series

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from the High Commission of Canada; 2010-2011.

Oxfordshire United: from Wembley to Rio - inspiring a county to win the green gold

Ian Curtis in collaboration with Oxford United Football Club. Financial support from the National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts; 2010-2011.

Regional climate reports for east Africa, west Africa and Indo-Gangetic plain: current trends and future projections

Professor Richard Washington. Financial support from the International Livestock Research Institute; 2010-2011.

Return of the wild: The biogeographies of European rewilding and cattle de-domestication

Dr Jamie Lorimer in conjunction with Utrecht University. Financial support from the ESRC; 2010-2011.

Scenarios development component of the Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS) Programme

John Ingram in collaboration the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) and multiple research partners. Financial support from the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and the Earth System Science Partnership (ESSP); 2010-2011.

Social impacts and social equity issues in transport

Dr Karen Lucas in collaboration with London School of Economics, University of Aberdeen, Newcastle University, and University of Warwick. Financial support from the ESRC; 2010-2011.

Stressed deserts: identifying tipping points in vegetation and wind erosion in response to increasing environmental pressure

Dr Giles Wiggs. Financial support from the Royal Geographical Society; 2010-2011.

Human creativity: ecologies and practices of invention

Professor Sarah Whatmore, Dr Charlotte Bates in conjunction with the Dept. of Archaeology, Oxford. Financial support from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation; 2010-2011.

The use of state-of-the-art models by policy makers to address global energy and environment challenges: the case of transport policy

Dr Moshe Givoni and Eda Beyazit in conjunction with Technion Israel Institute of Technology. Financial support from the British Council; BIRAX: The Britain-Israel Research and Academic Exchange Partnership; 2010-2011.

Valuing, implementing and evaluating payments for ecosystems services in rural West Africa

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from NERC; 2010-2011.

Visioning and backcasting for transport futures in Chinese cities

Dr Jimin Zhao, Prof. David Banister and Dr Robin Hickman in collaboration with the Shandong University of Finance, Shandong Academy of Sciences, and Jinan Municipal Government, China. Financial support from the Centre for Studies in Property Valuation and Management Trust and the Oxford Martin School; 2010-2011.

Climate change drivers - key attributes

Dr Chris West. Financial support from Department of Energy and Climate Change; 2010.

RECCE: The resilience of ecosystems to environmental change

Dr Pam Berry in collaboration with the University of Nottingham. Financial support from Defra; 2010.

ARCC Coordination Network (ACN)

UKCIP is a core partner. Financial support from EPSRC, LWEC and ERSC; 2009-2013.

Catchment change network: a professional development platform for decision-making for adaptation and uncertain environmental change

Professor Jim Hall. Financial support from NERC; 2009-2013.

ARCADIA: Adaptation and resilience in cities: analysis and decision making using integrated assessment

Professor Jim Hall in collaboration with UCL. Financial support from EPSRC; 2009-2012.

ARCC-Water: Adaptive and resilient water systems

Professor Mark New and Dr Fai Fung in collaboration with HR Wallingford, Lancaster University, Exeter University, UCL and Loughborough University. Financial support from EPSRC; 2009-2012.

Climate change, 'greening' of masonry and implications for the decay of built heritage and new build

Professor Heather Viles in collaboration with the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and Queen's University Belfast. Financial support from the EPSRC; 2009-2012.

The dynamics and carbon implications of fires in the Andes

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from NERC; 2009-2012.

Diagnosis and decision-making criteria to attenuate the effect of global change on biodiversity in the Congo Basin forests

Professor Kathy Willis. Financial support from NERC; 2009-2012.

Blue-sky thinking for Oxfordshire County Council's Local Transport Plan III

Dr Karen Lucas, Prof. David Banister, Dr Robin Hickman and Lara Scott. Financial support from Oxfordshire County Council; 2009-2011.

Climate solidarity evaluation

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from Defra; 2009-2011.

Dangerous climate change assessment project

Professor Mark New. Financial support from the Wallace Global Fund; 2009-2011.

Geographies of energy transition

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from ERSC; 2009-2011.

Local climate impacts profile

Dr Chris West. Financial support from Oxfordshire County Council; 2009-2011.

LogMan: Logistics and manufacturing CO2 footprint

Dr David Bonilla and Nihan Akyelken in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2009-2011.

Moving to a low carbon economy under different economic circumstances

Dr Jimin Zhao. Financial support from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office's Strategic Programme Fund; 2009-2011.

OPTIC: Optimal policies for transport in combination

; Prof. David Banister, Dr Moshe Givoni and James Macmillen in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2009-2011.

Sustainable behaviours and technology

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from Electricite de France (EDF); 2009-2011.

Understanding the social impacts of UK climate policies

Dr Christian Brand and Dr Karen Lucas in collaboration with the Centre for Sustainable Energy and University of Bristol. Financial support from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation; 2009-2011.

Andes carbon stocks

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the Blue Moon Fund, Inc.; 2009-2010.

Building resilience to climate change (UKCIP)

Dr Chris West. Financial support from Oxfordshire County Council; 2009-2010.

Carbon sticks and flux in the Congo basin

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation; 2009-2010.

Climate risk case study: Muelles el Bosque project

Professor Diana Liverman. Financial support from Climate Risk Management Ltd; 2009-2010.

Development of building energy and carbon management software tool for business and research

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from NERC; 2009-2010.

Development of a methodology to quantify UV-B flux through time using UV-B absorbing compounds contained in fossil Pinus spp. sporopollenin

Professor Kathy Willis. Financial support from NERC and John Fell Fund; 2009-2010.

Expert assessment of dangerous climate change for natural and agro-ecological systems

Professor Mark New. Financial support from the UK Meteorological Office; 2009-2010.

Global financial turmoil and the geography of stock markets: information and prices in Hong Kong, London and New York

Dr Dariusz Wójcik. Financial support from the British Academy; 2009-2010.

Impacts of climate change on Burham Beeches

Dr Pam Berry. Financial support from the City of London; 2009-2010.

INTRA-SIM: Oxfordshire and Swindon

Dr Robin Hickman and Prof. David Banister in collaboration with Halcrow. Financial support from Oxfordshire County Council, Swindon Borough Council and the UK Department for Transport; 2009-2010.

Knowledge and evidence review of the social distributional impacts of climate change policies for transport

Dr Karen Lucas in collaboration with AEA Technology and Transport and Travel Research Limited. Financial support from the UK Department for Transport; 2009-2010.

Transport systems in a low carbon society

Prof. David Banister with multiple research partners. Financial support from the Japanese Institute for Transport Policy Studies; 2009-2010.

Understanding the factors influencing the practical application of the UKCP09 to land management for environmental benefit

Dr Pam Berry in collaboration with HR Wallingford and Cranfield University. Financial support from Defra; 2009-2010.

Benefits realisation: improve awareness of Wake on Lan

Dr Nick Eyre and Howard Noble, OUCS. Financial support from Joint Information Systems Committee; 2009.

CABE: Sustainable cities, transport chapter

Dr Robin Hickman and Prof. David Banister in collaboration with Halcrow. Financial support from the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment; 2009.

Ghana hospitals power systems

Dr Chris Jardine. Financial support from the Sindicatum Climate Change Foundation; 2009.

Human displacement, forced migration and climate change: exploring the politics of rights, sovereignty and citizenship

Professor Diana Liverman. Financial support from the ERSC; 2009.

Monitoring and evaluating low carbon communities network

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from Low Carbon Communities Network; 2009.

Nepal climate scenarios

Professor Mark New. Financial support from DfID; 2009.

iConnect: Impact of constructing non motorised networks and evaluating changes in travel

Dr Christian Brand and Dr Tim Jones in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from EPSRC; 2008-2013.

SuperGen: How will the electricity network function if there are millions of small scale distributed electricity generators?

Dr Brenda Boardman and Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from EPSRC; 2005-2013.

CLUE: Social impacts of policy and climate change

Dr Tom Thornton. Financial support from the US National Science Foundation; 2008-2012.

RAINFOR: Understanding of the carbon balance of Amazon forests

Professor Yadvinder Malhi with multiple research partners. Financial support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation; 2008-2012.

Quantifying carbon cycling research at Wytham Woods

Professor Yadvinder Malhi and Terhi Riutta in collaboration with the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. Financial support from the Smithsonian Institution and HSBC Climate Partnership; 2008-2012.

Determining the rate of active faulting in Iran using a novel OSL approach

Professor David Thomas. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2008-2011.

Environmental policy challenges for the 21st Century - centre for tropical forest science and policy

Professor Diana Liverman and Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the Oxford Martin School / James Martin Institute; 2008-2011.

Flood risk management consortium

Professor Jim Hall in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from the EPSRC; 2008-2011.

imeasure: energy monitoring tool

Dr Russell Layberry and Catherine Bottrill. Financial support from the UK Energy Research Centre; 2008-2011.

Indigenous-State relations in Alaska and beyond: sustainable livelihoods, biocultural diversity and health since the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA)

Dr Tom Thornton. Financial support from the National Science Foundation; 2008-2011.

Interactions between climate, forests and land use in the Amazon basin

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation; 2008-2011.

Quantifying the variation of woodland carbon dynamics and plant ecology in the upper Thames area

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the Earthwatch Institute (Europe); 2008-2011.

SCaRSe: Spatial competition between railway stations

Dr Moshe Givoni in collaboration with the Department of Spatial Economics and Free University Amsterdam (unofficial partner). Financial support from the European Commission; 2008-2011.

SMEasure: energy monitoring tool

Dr Russell Layberry and Catherine Bottrill. Financial support from the UK Energy Research Centre and NERC; 2008-2011.

Sustainable agricultural production systems: the case of arabica coffee

Professor Diana Liverman. Financial support from Illycaffe spa; 2008-2011.

Visions of the role of walking and cycling in 2030

Prof. David Banister, Dr Moshe Givoni and James Macmillen in collaboration with University of Leeds, University of East Anglia, University of Salford and University of Manchester. Financial support from the ESPRC; 2008-2011.

The geopolitics and governance of sovereign wealth funds

Professor Gordon L. Clark and Dr Ashby Monk. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2008-2010.

Freightvision: Freight transport foresight 2050

Dr David Bonilla and Nihan Akyelken with multiple reseearch partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2008-2010

OxTran: Oxford transport network

Dr Moshe Givoni, Lara Scott, Dr Karen Lucas and Prof. David Banister. Financial support from John Fell Fund; 2008-2010.

A study on the potential role of soil organic carbon in the value of site and national REDD projects

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from Conservation International Foundation; 2008-2009.

Developing country level climate profiles

Professor Mark New and Dr Carol McSweeney. Financial support from National Communications Support Programme (NCSP) and the UN Development Programme; 2008-2009.

Environmental legacy of the Beijing Olympics

Dr Jimin Zhao in collaboration with Oxford Martin School; 2008-2009.

Governing climate change beyond the international regime: city actions in China

Dr Jimin Zhao. Financial support from the John Fell Fund and Oxford Martin School; 2008-2009.

Governing climate change in global cities: a case study of Beijing

Dr Jimin Zhao in collaboration with Beijing Academy of Environmental Sciences, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change; 2008-2009.

Mapping and quantifying post-fire carbon budget in Amazonia

Dr Luiz Aragao. Financial support from NERC; 2008-2009.

Multiple use water systems for poverty reduction

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from the World Bank Water and Sanitation Programme; 2008-2009.

North east climate change biodiversity study

Dr Pam Berry in collaboration with AEA and KBA. Financial support from AEA Technology Plc; 2008-2009.

Palaeolithic mega-lakes and early human occupation of the Kalahari, southern Africa

Professor David Thomas. Financial support from the Royal Geographical Society; 2008-2009.

Planning for sustainable travel

Dr Robin Hickman and Prof. David Banister in collaboration with Halcrow and Oxford Brookes. Financial support from Commission for Integrated Transport; 2008-2009.

Scientific careers in a clustered 'knowledge economy': Oxford case study

Dr Sarah Dyer. Financial support from John Fell OUP Research Fund; 2008-2009.

Separating soil respiration into autotrophic and hetertropic components in Peruvian montane rain forest

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from NERC; 2008-2009.

Strategies of ignorance: mapping the political uses of uncertainty within medicine

Professor Andrew Barry and Dr Linsey McGoey. Financial support from ESRC; 2008-2009.

Sustainable rural water supply in Mozambique

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; 2008-2009.

Task force on energy efficiency and urban development

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from Simon Fraser University; 2008-2009.

The contribution of products to meeting UK climate change targets

Dr Nick Eyre. Financial support from Defra; 2008-2009.

The impacts of long droughts on water resources

Dr Chris West. Financial support from HR Wallingford; 2008-2009.

Reconnaisance trip - Biomass and carbon stocks in the tropical forests of Gabon

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the World Wildlife Fund UK; 2008.

Climate change, moisture regimes and decay of stone monoliths in southern England

Professor Heather Viles in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2007-2011.

Degree days for energy management

Dr Russell Layberry. Financial support from the UKERC/BMT; 2007-2011.

RAPID-WATCH

Professor Myles Allen in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2007-2011.

Sustainable fuel partnership

Prof. David Banister in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank, International Energy Agency, ADB Institute. Financial support from the Asian Development Bank; 2007-2011.

Burning for biodiversity

Dr Kate Parr in collaboration with the University of Pretoria, Charles Darwin University and South African National Parks. Financial support from the Trapnell Fund, Rufford Small Grants Foundation, John Fell Fund and National Geographic Society; 2007-2010.

Domestic energy feedback

Dr Nick Eyre and Dr Brenda Boardman. Financial support from ERSC; 2007-2010.

Environmental knowledge controversies: science, democracy and expertise

Professor Sarah Whatmore and Dr Catharina Landström in collaboration with the University of Durham and University of Newcastle. Financial support from Rural Economy and Land Use (RELU) Programme (ESRC, NERC, BBSRC), 2007-2010.

Landscape in Western Ghats

Professor Kathy Willis and Dr Shonil Bhagwat. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2007-2010.

Low carbon ICT

Dr Nick Eyre and Howard Noble, OUCS. Financial support from Joint Information Systems Committee; 2007-2010.

Chronology of glacial deposits from the UK

Dr Richard Bailey in collaboration with Royal Holloway, University of London and University of Gloucestershire. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2007-2009.

Climate and ecosystem dynamics in an Andean to Amazon transect

Professor Yadvinder Malhi and Professor Mark New in collaboration with the Universities of Edinburgh, St Andrews, San Antonio Abad and Wake Forest University. Financial support from NERC, Moore Foundation, Microsoft Research and the John Fell Fund; 2007-2009.

Climate governance post-2012: options for EU policy-making

Harro van Asselt in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2007-2009.

ESA - Biomass

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the European Space Agency; 2007-2009.

Feedback on energy use

Dr Sarah Darby. Financial support from the UK Department For Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform; 2007-2009.

How do global cities mitigate climate change?

Dr Heike Schroeder in collaboration with the University of Durham. Financial support from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research; 2007-2009.

Subverting stereotypes: Asian women's political activism in the UK - a comparison of Grunwick and Gate Gourmet

Professor Linda McDowell in collaboration with University of Leeds. Financial support from the AHRC; 2007-2009.

Theorising carbon markets and development

Professor Diana Liverman. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2007-2009.

Visioning and backcasting for transport in London

Dr Robin Hickman and Prof. David Banister in collaboration with Halcrow and Space Syntax. Financial support from UrbanBuzz and HEFCE; 2007-2009.

Nottingham reducing emissions

Dr Chris West. Financial support from the Carbon Trust; 2007-2008.

SPAR

Professor Rob Whittaker. Financial support from the European Commission; 2007-2008.

Vulnerability and adaption of food systems to global environmental change

Professor Diana Liverman. Financial support from the ERSC; 2007-2008.

Expert assistance in the area of transport, emissions, environment and scenario building

Prof. David Banister, Dr Christian Brand and Dr Moshe Givoni in collaboration with European Environment Agency, Transport Research Laboratory and IFOK, Berlin. Funded by the European Environment Agency and the Transport Research Laboratory; 2006-2011

GECAFS: Global environmental change and food systems

Professor Diana Liverman and John Ingram in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from NERC and the United Nations; 2006-2011.

Ivy on walls - biodeterioration or bioprotection?

Professor Heather Viles in collaboration with English Heritage. Financial support from English Heritage; 2006-2011.

TROBIT: Tropical biomes in transition

Professor Yadvinder Malhi and Professor Mark New with multiple research partners. Financial support from NERC; 2006-2011.

MILLENNIUM: European climate of the last millennium

Professor Myles Allen with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2006-2010.

Women in the Russian penal system: the role of distance in the theory and practice of imprisonment in late Soviet and post-Soviet Russia

Professor Judith Pallot in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde and University of Birmingham. Financial support from the ESRC; 2006-2010.

A detailed assessment of ecosystem carbon dynamics along an elevation transect

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from NERC; 2006-2009.

QUERCC: Quantifying and understanding ecosystems role in the carbon cycle

Professor Yadvinder Malhi in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from NERC; 2006-2009.

Quest LGM to present

Professor Kathy Willis. Financial support from the NERC; 2006-2009.

RUBICODE: Rationalising biodiversity conservation in dynamic ecosystems

Dr Paula Harrison in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2006-2009.

Tyndall Phase 2: Research Programme 1: Informing international climate policy

Professor Diana Liverman and Professor Mark New in collaboration with the University of East Anglia. Financial support from Tyndall°Centre for Climate Change Research; 2006-2009.

Tyndall Phase 2: Research Programme 4: Climate change and development

Professor David S.G. Thomas and Professor Richard Washington; in collaboration with the University of East Anglia and University of Reading. Financial support from Tyndall°Centre for Climate Change Research; 2006-2009.

Forest conservation

Professor Kathy Willis. Financial support from the European Commission; 2006-2008.

Fossilised hebivore middens

Professor David Thomas. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2006-2008.

Land degradation in Tanzania

Professor Kathy Willis. Financial support from the AHRC, 2006-2008.

MACIS: Minimisation of and adaptation to climate change impacts on biodiversity

Dr Pam Berry in collaboration with multiple partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2006-2008.

Men's work, women's work, body work: restructuring class and gender relations

Professor Linda McDowell. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust; 2006-2008.

Oxfordshire Climate-X-Change

Professor Diana Liverman. Financial support from Defra; 2006-2008.

Scientific ecotourism and post-colonial encounters with wildlife

Professor Sarah Whatmore and Dr Jamie Lorimer; Financial support from the ESRC; 2006-2008.

Consensus of collision? A site-specific approach and the integrating methodologies for the historic environment

Professor Heather Viles. Financial support from the EPSRC; 2006-2007.

Downstream carbon trading

Dr Brenda Boardman. Financial support from the Esmee Fairbairn Charitable Trust; 2006-2007.

'Locating technoscience: geographies of science, technology and politics' ESRC Research Seminar Series

Professor Sarah Whatmore in collaboration with UCL, University of Cambridge and University of Sussex. Financial support from the ESRC; 2006-2007.

Water ecosystems and poverty reduction under climate change

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from DfID; 2006-2007.

Assessing the impacts of the recent Amazonian drought

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from NERC; 2006.

cRRescendo: Combined rational and renewable energy strategies in cities, for existing and new dwellings to ensure optimal quality of life

Dr Brenda Boardman and Dr Nick Eyre with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2005-2011.

Restoring native biological diversity in the Galapagos Islands

Professor Kathy Willis. Financial support from NERC; 2005-2011.

UK Climate Impacts Programme

Professor Diana Liverman and Dr Chris West. Financial support from the Defra; 2005-2011.

GeNet: Gender inequality in production and reproduction priority

Professor Linda McDowell, Dr Sarah Dyer and Dr Adina Batnitzky in collaboration with Universities of Cambridge, Essex, LSE and City. Financial support from the ESRC; 2005-2010.

21st Century Schools

Professor Diana Liverman. Financial support from the James Martin Institute; 2005-2009.

Rapid, catastrophic decay of building limestones

Professor Heather Viles in collaboration with Queen's University Belfast and City University, London. Financial support from the EPSRC; 2005-2009.

Social geography of secondary school catchment areas in Cape Town

Dr Tony Lemon in collaboration with the University of Cape Town. Financial support from the Oppenheimer Fund; 2005-2009.

African palaeoclimate: the dating of palaeo-shoreline deposits and other geomorphic features, in Southern Africa, associated with past changes in surface hydrology

Dr Richard Bailey and Professor David S.G. Thomas. Financial support from NERC; 2005-2008.

A market-led response to domestic bird trade in Indonesia

Dr Paul Jepson and Dr Richard Ladle in collaboration with Burung Indonesia, Indonesian Bird Association and Nielsen Indonesia. Financial support from Darwin Initiative and the Dept. of Environment, Transport and the Regions; 2005-2008.

APPLES: Alleviation of poverty through the provision of local energy services

Dr Brenda Boardman with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2005-2008.

Climate impact on building design

Dr Chris West. Financial support from the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers and UK Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform; 2005-2008.

Consumer action groups: social contestation and sustainable consumption

Professor Sarah Whatmore in collaboration with French and Belgian research teams. Financial support from ADD programme of the Agence Nationale de la Recherche, France; 2005-2008.

African Environment Programme seminar series

Dr Patricia Daley and Dr Henny Osbahr. Financial support from ESRC/NERC; 2005-2007.

Hope and oil: an ethnographic exploration of the emergent oil operation in São Tomé e Príncipe

Professor Andrew Barry and Dr Gisa Weszkalnys. Financial support from John Fell OUP Research Fund and British Academy; 2005-2007.

BodEx 2005 - A multidisciplinary study of the 'dustiest place on earth'

Professor Richard Washington and Dr Sebastian Engelsteadter, in collaboration with UCL, Birkbeck College London, Salford University and Direction des Ressources en Eau et de la Météorologie, N'Djamena. Financial support from the Gilchrist Educational Trust and the Royal Geographical Society; 2005-2006.

Long-term ecology of sacred groves in the Western Ghats of India

Professor Kathy Willis and Dr Shonil Bhagwat. Financial support from the British Ecological Society; 2005-2006.

Mopane woodlands and mopane worms

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from DfID; 2005-2006.

Reducing the environmental impact of housing

Dr Brenda Boardman. Financial support from the Royal Commission of Enviromental Pollution; 2005-2006.

Target monitoring of atmospheric pollution and climate change impacts on biodiversity

Dr Pam Berry. Financial support from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology; 2005-2006.

Vegetation history and reconstruction of prehistoric landscapes in north China

Professor Kathy Willis. Financial support from the Royal Society; 2005-2006.

Damp towers: Understanding and controlling the ingress of driven rain through exposed walls

Professor Heather Viles, Dr Mona Edwards and Dr Troy Sternberg in collaboration with English Heritage. Financial support from English Heritage; 2004-2012.

Soft wall capping as a conservation method for ruined monuments

Professor Heather Viles in collaboration with English Heritage. Financial support from English Heritage; 2004-2011.

Building market transformation

Dr Brenda Boardman. Financial support from the EPSRC; 2004-2009.

ENSEMBLES: Ensemble based predictions of climate changes and their impacts

Professor Myles Allen and Professor Mark New in collaboration with multiple research partners. Financial support from the European Commission; 2004-2009.

UKERC: Demand reduction

Dr Brenda Boardman and Catherine Bottrill. Financial support from the ERSC; 2004-2009.

Accelerated tree growth in Amazonia: ecological changes and environmental drivers

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from NERC; 2004-2008.

Dryland change: past, present, future (IGCP500)

Professor David Thomas and Dr Matt Telfer. Financial support from UNESCO; 2004-2008.

Why do different Amazonian forests grow at different rates?

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from NERC; 2004-2008.

BRANCH: Biodiversity requires adaptations in north west Europe under a changing climate

Dr Pam Berry in collaboration with English Heritage and others. Financial support from the European Commission; 2004-2007.

PAN-AMAZONIA: Project for the advancement of networked science in Amazonia

Professor Yadvinder Malhi. Financial support from the European Commission; 2004-2007.

US public sector pension funds and urban revitalization

Professor Gordon L. Clark, Dr Tessa Hebb, Dr Terry Babcock-Lumish and Lisa Hagerman. Financial support from the Rockefeller and Ford Foundations; 2004-2007.

Climate change in the developing world: across the southern African climate gradient

Professor David Thomas. Financial support from the University of East Anglia; 2004-2006.

Low base flows and livelihoods

Dr Rob Hope. Financial support from DfID; 2004-2006.

Geography of capital markets

Dr Dariusz Wójcik. Financial support from Jesus College, Oxford; 2004-2006.

Wittenham Clumps heritage landscape project: future landscape scenarios

Dr Pam Berry in collaboration with the Northmoor Trust and Stockholm Environment Institute. Financial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund; 2004-2006.

Prehistoric human impact on the African rainforest

Professor Kathy Willis, Dr Terry Brncic and Dr Elinor Breman. Financial support from the Leverhulme Trust, Percy Sladen Memorial Fund, Clarendon Fund, CoForChange and British Ecological Society; 2003-2006.

Technical and social evaluation of photovoltaics

Dr Brenda Boardman. Financial support from BOC Group; 2003-2006.

The Internet gift economy: a study of socio-technological change in the US film industry

Dr Andrew Currah. Financial support from the ESRC; 2003-2006.

Chronology, Adaptation and Environment of the Middle Palaeolithic in northern Africa

Professor David Thomas in collaboration with the University of Aberystwyth and the Libyan Palaeolake Project. Financial support from the NERC; 2002-2007.

Geography of corporate governance

Professor Gordon L. Clark, Dr Tessa Hebb and Dr Dariusz Wójcik in collaboration with Maastricht University. Financial support from the European Science Foundation; 2002-2006.

Indian minority identity and post-apartheid transformation in South Africa

Dr Tony Lemon. Financial support from the Oppenheimer Fund; 2002-2006.

MONARCH: Modelling natural resource responses to climate change

Dr Pam Berry and Dr Paula Harrison in collaboration with ADAS (Phase 1 only), British Trust for Ornithology (Phase 1 only), and CABI Bioscience (Phase 2 and 3). Financial support from English Nature and others; 1999-2006.

Forests and chases of England and Wales c. 1500 - c. 1850: towards a multi-disciplinary history

Dr John Langton and Dr Graham Jones. Financial support from the Marc Fitch Fund and St John's College Oxford; 1998-2009.

Land degradation in the Karoo, South Africa

Professor John Boardman in collaboration with the Universities of Cape Town, Leicester, Coventry, Aberdeen and Rhodes University. Financial support from NERC, the Trapnell Fund and the Oppenheimer Fund.