Tomas Holderness
Tomas Holderness
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TitleCited byYear
From social media to geosocial intelligence: Crowdsourcing civic co-management for flood response in Jakarta, Indonesia
T Holderness, E Turpin
Social media for government services, 115-133, 2015
202015
An evaluation of thermal Earth observation for characterizing urban heatwave event dynamics using the urban heat island intensity metric
T Holderness, S Barr, R Dawson, J Hall
International journal of remote sensing 34 (3), 864-884, 2013
202013
Network modelling for road-based faecal sludge management
R Kennedy-Walker, T Holderness, D Alderson, BE Evans, S Barr
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Municipal Engineer 167 (3 …, 2014
132014
White paper—PetaJakarta. org: Assessing the role of social media for civic co-management during monsoon flooding in Jakarta, Indonesia
T Holderness, E Turpin
University of Wollongong, Wollongong, 2015
112015
Geosocial intelligence
T Holderness
112014
Spatio-topological network analysis of hydrological infrastructure as a decision support tool for flood mitigation in coastal mega-cities
R Ogie, T Holderness, M Dunbar, E Turpin
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 44 (4), 718-739, 2017
102017
Assessing the vulnerability of pumping stations to trash blockage in coastal mega-cities of developing nations
RI Ogie, S Dunn, T Holderness, E Turpin
Sustainable cities and society 28, 53-66, 2017
102017
An open source relational database schema and system for the analysis of large scale spatially interdependent infrastructure networks
SL Barr, T Holderness, D Alderson, C Robson, A Ford
4th Open Source GIS Conference (OSGIS), 2012
92012
An Evaluation of Spatial Network Modeling To Aid Sanitation Planning In Informal Settlements Using Crowd-Sourced Data
T Holderness, R Kennedy-Walker, D Alderson, B Evans
62013
PetaJakarta. org: Assessing the role of social media for civic co-management during monsoon flooding in Jakarta, Indonesia
T Holderness, E Turpin
White paper. SMART Infrastructure Facility, University of Wollongong, 2015
52015
Assessing the vulnerability of hydrological infrastructure to flood damage in coastal cities of developing nations
RI Ogie, T Holderness, S Dunn, E Turpin
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 68, 97-109, 2018
22018
Optimal placement of water-level sensors to facilitate data-driven management of hydrological infrastructure assets in coastal mega-cities of developing nations
RI Ogie, N Shukla, F Sedlar, T Holderness
Sustainable Cities and Society 35, 385-395, 2017
22017
Vulnerability analysis of hydrological infrastructure to flooding in coastal cities-a graph theory approach
RI Ogie, T Holderness, S Dunn, E Turpin
22016
Crowd-sourced data for geospatial sanitation planning in informal settlements
T Holderness, R Kennedy-Walker, D Alderson, BE Evans
International Journal of Complexity in Applied Science and Technology 1 (1 …, 2016
22016
A geosocial intelligence framework for studying & promoting resilience to seasonal flooding in Jakarta, Indonesia
T Holderness, E Turpin, R Wickramasuriya
UCL STEaPP, 2015
22015
PetaJakarta. org Major Open Data Collection–Pumps and Floodgates in Jakarta, Indonesia
E Turpin, T Holderness
22015
Quantifying the spatio-temporal temperature dynamics of Greater London using thermal Earth observation
TC Holderness
Newcastle University, 2013
22013
Quantifying the spatio-temporal temperature dynamics of Greater London using the thermal Earth observation
T Holderness
Newcastle University, 2013
22013
Wireless sensing on shield tunnels in Shanghai
F Wang, HW Huang, B He, Y Wu, H Shao, HM Wu
International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction, 2016
12016
Optimisation and costing of faecal sludge management options for Lusaka's informal settlements
R Kennedy-Walker, T Holderness, D Alderson, JM Amezaga, ...
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 2 (1), 97-106, 2016
12016
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