Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 61.
    Evaluation of an urban canopy model in a tropical city: the role of tree evapotranspiration
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    Liu, X., Li, X. X., Harshan, S., Roth, M., & Velasco, E. (2017). "Evaluation of an urban canopy model in a tropical city: the role of tree evapotranspiration". Environmental Research Letters, 12(9), 094008.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 62.
    Conceptualizing Islamic banking and finance: A comparison of its development and governance in Malaysia and Singapore
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    Lai, K. P. Y., & Samers, M. (2017). "Conceptualizing Islamic banking and finance: A comparison of its development and governance in Malaysia and Singapore". The Pacific Review, 30(3), pp. 405-424.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 63.
    Competing space and place identity with landscape change analysis using Web GIS through Singapore historical maps (1828–2015)
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    Kim, I. H., Pow, C. P., Wang, Y. C., & Feng, C. C. (2018). "Competing space and place identity with landscape change analysis using Web GIS through Singapore historical maps (1828–2015)". Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 64.
    Impact of urban canopy models and external parameters on the modelled urban energy balance in a tropical city
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    Demuzere, M., Harshan, S., Järvi, L., Roth, M., Grimmond, C. S. B., Masson, V., Oleson, K. W , Velasco, E. & Wouters, H. (2017). "Impact of urban canopy models and external parameters on the modelled urban energy balance in a tropical city". Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 143(704), pp. 1581-1596.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 65.
    Evaluation of an urban land surface scheme over a tropical suburban neighborhood
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    Harshan, S., Roth, M., Velasco, E., & Demuzere, M. (2018). "Evaluation of an urban land surface scheme over a tropical suburban neighborhood". Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 133(3-4), 867-886.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 66.
    Constrained agencies: The emergence of Singapore's distinctive temporary staffing industry
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    Yip, A., & Coe, N. M. (2018). "Constrained agencies: The emergence of Singapore's distinctive temporary staffing industry". Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 59(1), pp. 17-33.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 67.
    Sky view factor footprints for urban climate modeling
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    Middel, A., Lukasczyk, J., Maciejewski, R., Demuzere, M., & Roth, M. (2018). "Sky view factor footprints for urban climate modeling". Urban Climate, 25, pp. 120-134.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 68.
    Particle exposure and inhaled dose during commuting in Singapore
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    Tan, S. H., Roth, M., & Velasco, E. (2017). "Particle exposure and inhaled dose during commuting in Singapore". Atmospheric Environment, 170, pp. 245-258.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 69.
    The impact of weather extremes on urban resilience to hydro-climate hazards: a Singapore case study
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    Chow, W. T. L. (2018). "The impact of weather extremes on urban resilience to hydro-climate hazards: a Singapore case study". International Journal of Water Resources Development, 34(4), pp. 510-524.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 70.
    Debating Integration in Singapore, Deepening the Variegations of the Chinese Diaspora. In Contemporary Chinese Diasporas
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    Ho, E. L. E., & Foo, F. Y. (2017). "Debating Integration in Singapore, Deepening the Variegations of the Chinese Diaspora". In Contemporary Chinese Diasporas (pp. 105-125). Palgrave, Singapore.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 71.
    Geographical Accessibility of Community Health Assist System General Practitioners for the Elderly Population in Singapore: A Case Study on the Elderly Living in Housing Development Board Flats
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    Ong, D., Chiu, M., & Cao, K. (2018). "Geographical Accessibility of Community Health Assist System General Practitioners for the Elderly Population in Singapore: A Case Study on the Elderly Living in Housing Development Board Flats". International journal of environmental research and public health, 15(9), pp. 1-15.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 72.
    Mangrove forests store high densities of carbon across the tropical urban landscape of Singapore
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    Friess, D. A., Richards, D. R. & Phang, V. X. H. (2016). "Mangrove forests store high densities of carbon across the tropical urban landscape of Singapore". Urban Ecosystems. 19(2), pp. 795-810.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 73.
    Landscaping selves through parkour: reinterpreting the urban environment of Singapore
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    Loo, W. B., & Bunnell, T. (2018). "Landscaping selves through parkour: reinterpreting the urban environment of Singapore". Space and culture, 21(2), 145-158.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 74.
    Towards resilient flood risk management for Asian coastal cities: Lessons learned from Hong Kong and Singapore.
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    Chan, F. K. S., Chuah, C. J., Ziegler, A. D., Dąbrowski, M., & Varis, O. (2018). "Towards resilient flood risk management for Asian coastal cities: Lessons learned from Hong Kong and Singapore." Journal of Cleaner Production, 187, 576-589.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 75.
    Changing landscapes as text: Geography and national education in Singapore
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    Ramdas, K., Ho, E. L. E., & Woon, C. Y. (2018). "Changing landscapes as text: Geography and national education in Singapore". Area, 50(1), 50-54.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 76.
    Constructing authority: Embodied expertise, homegrown neoliberalism, and the globalization of Singapore’s private planning
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    Pow, C. P. (2018). "Constructing authority: Embodied expertise, homegrown neoliberalism, and the globalization of Singapore’s private planning". Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 77.
    GIS-MCDA based cycling paths planning: a case study in Singapore
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    Terh, S. H., & Cao, K. (2018). "GIS-MCDA based cycling paths planning: a case study in Singapore". Applied Geography, 94, pp. 107-118.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 78.
    Heritage Boutique Hotels as ‘Experienscapes’: Three Views from Singapore
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    Chang, T. C. & Pang, J. (2017). "Heritage Boutique Hotels as ‘Experienscapes’: Three Views from Singapore". Asian Journal of Tourism Research. vol. 2 no. (1), pp. 50-76.
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 79.
    Pathogenic waterborne free-living amoebae: An update from selected Southeast Asian countries
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    PLoS ONE, 12.2 (2017), E-Journal. (United States)
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 80.
    Multi-tool assessment of trace metals in mangroves combining sediment and clam sampling, DGT passive samplers and caged mussels
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    Science of the Total Environment, 574.0 (2017): 847-857, Print. (Netherlands)
    Faculty Department : Geography