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Professor David Demeritt

Research Students and Staff

CurrentFormer

  1. Krithika Srinivasan First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    The biopolitics of environmentalism and animal protection: Turtle conservation and street dog welfare in contemporary India

    1/10/20081/12/2012

  2. Samuel Tang First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Corporate Responses to Climate Change Reporting Requirements in the UK

    1/10/20111/07/2016

  3. Maria Vinogradova Vinogradova First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Flood and Extreme Weather Fatalities in the UK: Exploring Vulnerability and Context

    6/01/20141/08/2019

  4. Sarah Quinnell

    King's College London

    Building Capacity for Biosafety in Africa: Networks of Science, Aid and Development in the Implementation of Multi-lateral Environmental Agreements

    1/08/20041/04/2011

  5. Jennie Middleton

    King's College London

    'The Walkable City': the dimensions of walking and overlapping walks of life

    22/09/20031/04/2008

  6. Kerry Holden First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    On being a scientist: narrating the institutional formation of scientific careers and biomedical research

    1/08/20051/08/2010

  7. Frédéric Bouder

    Geography

    Defining a Tolerability of Risk framework for pharmaceutical products in a context of scientific uncertainty

    1/04/20031/09/2008

  8. Benjamin Clifford First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Planning at the Coalface: British Local Authority Planners and the Experience of Planning and Public Sector Reform

    1/08/20041/08/2009

  9. James Porter First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Flood Risk Mapping: The Co-Production of Science and Policy at the Environment Agency

    1/08/20051/12/2010

  10. Maria Paula Escobar First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Pestering Geography: Zoo-ontological Politics in Trafalgar Square

    1/08/20051/07/2011

  11. Franklin Ginn First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Gardening in suburbia: nature, culture, memory

    1/08/20061/10/2010

  12. Ting-Jieh Wang

    Geography

    Preserving the Chilean forest in Taiwan: environmental protest, green governmentality and the negotiation of indigeneity

    1/10/20011/10/2008

  13. Jamie Wardman

    Geography

    Strategic risk communication and the social representation of mobile telecommunications technology in the UK: A critical inquiry into the social psychology of risk relations

    1/01/20021/05/2011

  14. Jeni O'Connor

    Geography

    "Tilting at windmills? Exploring the pharmaceutical industry's 'crisis of trust'"

    1/08/20031/01/2012

  15. Paulo Amaral

    Geography

    Managing the risk of oil spills in the European Maritime Space

    1/10/20001/01/2010

  16. Mathis Hampel Hampel First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Climate reconstruction and the making of authoritative climate knowledge

    1/02/20121/12/2014

  17. Kristian Krieger

    Geography

    Putting Varieties of Risk-Based Governance into Institutional Context: The Case of Flood Management Regimes in Germany and Britain in the 1990s and 2000s

    1/08/20071/01/2012

  18. Alexandra Sexton First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Eating for the post-Anthropocene: Alternative proteins, Silicon Valley and the (bio)politics of food security

    1/10/20131/01/2018

  19. David Self

    Geography

    Risk Managing Food Safety: Comparing the enforcement of food safety regulations in th UK and Germany.

    1/10/20111/10/2017

  20. Paul Pini

    Geography

    Managing safety and risk within complex construction projects – building the 2012 Olympics Athletes Village

    5/07/20161/10/2018

  21. Brandon Parkes First/primary/lead supervisor

    Geography

    Uncertainty in flood risk assessment and its implications for governance

    1/10/20101/11/2015

  22. Laurence Ball-King

    Geography

    Risk Management and Proportionality: a Synoptic View of UK Practices

    24/06/20161/11/2019

  23. Roger Miles

    Geography

    From compliance to coping: Experiences of Chief Risk Officers in UK banks 2007-2009

    1/01/200630/09/2009

  24. Paul Pini

    Geography

    Managing safety and risk within complex construction projects – building the 2012 Olympics Athletes Village

    1/08/20141/10/2018

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