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Book Sections

Kershaw, T. J., 2012. Characterising the response of buildings to climate change:The issue of overheating. In: Cities and the urgent challenges of climate change.Vol. 2. World Bank, pp. 382-394.

Articles

Herrera, M., Natarajan, S., Coley, D., Kershaw, T., Ramallo Gonzalez, A. P., Eames, M., Fosas, D. and Wood, M., 2017. A Review of Current and Future Weather Data for Building Simulation. Building Services Engineering Research & Technology, 38 (5), pp. 602-627.

Gunawardena, K., Wells, M. and Kershaw, T., 2017. Utilising green and blue-space to mitigate urban heat island intensity. Science of the Total Environment, 584-585, pp. 1040-1055.

Liu, C., Kershaw, T., Eames, M. E. and Coley, D. A., 2016. Future probabilistic hot summer years for overheating risk assessments. Building and Environment, 105, pp. 56-68.

Lash, D., Ward, S., Kershaw, T. J., Butler, D. and Eames, M., 2014. Robust rainwater harvesting:Probabilistic tank sizing for climate change adaptation. Journal of Water and Climate Change, 5 (4), pp. 526-539.

Kershaw, T. J. and Simm, S., 2014. Thoughts of a design team:Barriers to low carbon school design. Sustainable Cities and Society, 11, pp. 40-47.

Futcher, J. A., Kershaw, T. J. and Mills, G., 2013. Urban form and function as building performance parameters. Building and Environment, 62, pp. 112-123.

Eames, M., Kershaw, T. J. and Coley, D., 2012. The appropriate spatial resolution of future weather files for building simulation. Journal of Building Performance Simulation, 5 (6), pp. 347-358.

Eames, M., Kershaw, T. J. and Coley, D., 2011. On the creation of future probabilistic design weather years from UKCP09. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 32 (2), pp. 127-142.

Eames, M., Kershaw, T. J. and Coley, D., 2011. The creation of wind speed and direction data for the use in probabilistic future weather files. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 32 (2), pp. 143-158.

Hubbard, S. B., Kershaw, T. J., Usher, A., Savchenko, A. K. and Shytov, A., 2011. Millikelvin de Haas–van Alphen and magnetotransport studies of graphite. Physical Review B, 83 (3), 035122.

Kershaw, T. J., Sanderson, M., Coley, D. and Eames, M., 2010. Estimation of the urban heat island for UK climate change projections. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 31 (3), pp. 251-263.

Kershaw, T. J., Eames, M. and Coley, D. A., 2010. Comparison of multi-year and reference year building simulations. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 31 (4), pp. 357-369.

Kershaw, T. J., Usher, A., Sachrajda, A. S., Gupta, J., Wasilewski, Z. R., Elliott, M., Ritchie, D. A. and Simmons, M. Y., 2007. Decay of long-lived quantum Hall induced currents in 2D electron systems. New Journal of Physics, 9 (71).

Conference or Workshop Items

Futcher, J. A. and Kershaw, T., 2016. Urban Form as an Energy Management Parameter. In: Integrated Design at 50: Building our Future, 2016-06-30 - 2016-07-01, University of Bath.

Gunawardena, K. and Kershaw, T., 2016. Green and Blue-space Significance to Urban Heat Island Mitigation. In: Integrated Design at 50: Building our Future, 2016-06-30 - 2016-07-01, University of Bath.

Thesis

Kershaw, T. J., 2008. Millikelvin Magnetisation Studies of Low Dimensional Systems. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Exeter.

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