Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 61.
    In Making Cultural Cities in Asia: Mobility, Assemblage and the Politics of Aspirational Urbanism, ed. June Wang, Tim Oakes, Yang Yang, 98-113. London: Routledge, 2016.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 62.
    Mangrove forests store high densities of carbon across the tropical urban landscape of Singapore
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    Urban Ecosystems, 18 (2015). Springer.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 63.
    Ecosystem carbon stocks across a tropical intertidal habitat mosaic of mangrove forest, seagrass meadow, mudflat and sandbar
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    Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Volume 40, Issue 10, 1387–1400, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. (2015)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 64.
    Food, Foodways and Foodscapes
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    World Scientific Series on Singapore's 50 Years of Nation-Building, 250 (2015). Singapore.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 65.
    Edited by J.S. Kim, Korea: Korean Women’s Development Institute
    Translating Women’s Experience into Classroom Teaching: Gender and Development Cases in ASEAN and Korea, In Compilation of Gender and Development Cases in ASEAN Countries
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 66.
    In Sustainability Matters: Environmental and Climate Changes in Asia
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 67.
    Challenging Southeast Asian development: The shadows of success
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    Routledge, 2016
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 68.
    Beyond ‘backwater’ island to global city vision? Rethinking feminist geographies for Singapore after Lee Kuan Yew
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    Geoforum, Volume 65, Pages 108–111 (2015)
    Faculty Department : Geography
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  • 70.
    Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, Volume 36, Issue 2, pp. 139–146, July 2015
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 71.
    Migration-as-development repackaged? The globalising imperative of the Singaporean state's diaspora strategy
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    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 72.
    Municipal solid waste collection optimization in Singapore
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    Applied Geography, (2015)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 73.
    Retail transitions in Southeast Asia
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    International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 24, no. 5, 2014, 479-499
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 74.
    Disrupting “Asian Religious Studies”: Knowledge (Re)production and the Co-construction of Religion in Singapore
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    Numen: International Review for the History of Religions, 62, 2015, 99-118
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 75.
    Historical and contemporary cultural ecosystem service values in the rapidly urbanizing city state of Singapore
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    AMBIO, Netherlands: Springer, 2015
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 76.
    A rapid indicator of cultural ecosystem service usage at a fine spatial scale: Content analysis of social media photographs
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    Ecological Indicators, 53. Elsevier, 2015, 187-195
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 77.
    Social Organization of Hundi: Informal Remittance Transfer to South Asia
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    Migrant Remittances in South Asia: Social, Economic and Political Implications, Eds. M.M. Rahman, T.Y. Tan and A.K.M. Ahsan Ullah. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 88-114
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 78.
    Engendering International Migration: Perspectives from within Asia
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    Global and Asian Perspectives on International Migration, Ed. G. Battistella, Global Migration Issues, 4. Netherlands: Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2014,139-152
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 79.
    Transpacific Studies: Interventions and Intersections, Eds. J. Hoskins and V.T. Nguyen, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2014, 41-63
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 80.
    Reconstructing Singapore as a cosmopolitan landscape: The geographies of migration and its social divisions that extend into the heartlands
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    Immigration in Singapore, Eds. N.Vasu and S. Yeap, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2014, 115-128
    Faculty Department : Geography