The project she is working on is a historical study of rumour during the Second World War and, along with David Coast (Bath Spa) in a major research project on rumours and political activity in England between 1500 and the present. A system for urban water pollution is a way to test the composition of sources and the changes in water pollution as a result of urbanization. Jo has worked on broadcasts of The BBC (Woman’s Hour, Making History, The One Show and a variety of documentaries produced by BBC4 in addition to acting as historian consultant to The Documentary Film Mob) and BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 4, including the presenting of one episode on Document on Scotland’s Lord Haw-Haw’. This is vital for government agencies to supply exact countermeasures to city water quality control as well as management decisions. CBC (Canada), PBS (United United States), Channel 10 (Australia) and ABC (Australia). 1 Introduction. Jo is also involved in the archives, museums and heritage sector.
In the context of urban production and daily life water resources are, they will create serious damage to urban development when they become polluted. In addition to overseeing 3 AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Students and assisting archives and museums in their public programs and exhibitions. As China continues to grow rapidly in industrialization and urbanization in China municipal domestic industrial and sewage can threaten the development of high-quality in Chinese cities (Shi et al., 2021). Topics: Furthermore, a substantial quantity of agricultural wastes as well as manure from livestock are also significant threats to the water ecosystem (Ongley and co. (2010)). The history of contemporary media and the psychological war History from both the First as well as the Second World Wars European and British History, 1900-present History of communication and media.
So it is of paramount importance to create an accurate and rational urban water pollution control system to promote quality urban development. Dr. Most of the time the point source and non-point source pollutions both contribute to water resources pollution. Justin Colson. Point source pollution is pollution sources that have fixed discharge points and mainly centrally discharged urban domestic sewage , as well as industrial wastewater (Zhang and co. 2019,). Senior Lecturer on Urban and Digital History.
Non-point source pollution is the widespread pollution to the natural environment due to the depletion of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and livestock manure improperly treated (Xiang and al., 2017). Biography. Point pollution from sources other than point sources are the main components of the system of urban water pollution, that has many influences. Justin Colson moved to the IHR in 2022. Because of the interaction between diverse factors, through feedback and correlation in the dynamic changes the environmental system for urban pollution exhibits complex aspects. He previously been an instructor in the University of Essex, and prior to that, a post-doctoral researcher with The University of Exeter.
Unlocking the black box of city water contamination cheap and discovering the reasons for water pollution in the context of society, economy industry, and the population is an crucial for the government departments to formulate effective strategies to control water pollution and take sensible management decisions. Justin is in charge of various areas at the Institute that include Layers of London, digital projects, as well as teaching and training in research. Urban water pollution systems include the effects of pollution from point sources in cities to water pollutants. He is also the co-convenor for the institute’s People, Place and Community Seminar as well as The Digital History Seminar. Population size and domestic sewage can have a significant positive, fixed effect on point wastewater discharge (Fan and Fang, 2020). Justin’s research focuses on the lives of urban communities and their inhabitants through different economic, social, as well as cultural lense.
Population density is a major effect on the environment (An and., 2022). He has completed an PhD research thesis in London areas in the 15th century, his research focuses on the development of London between the 14th and seventeenth centuries. The central control of sanitation in the environment and moderate population growth is beneficial in the process of treating household wastewater (Garrett and., 2017, and Zhao as well. 2018).
However, he is also interested in cities and towns across Britain and Europe through the early modern and medieval times, and even beyond. Regarding industrial wastewater, industrialization is the major driver (Bu et al., 2021) In the process of industrial growth Industrial enterprise agglomeration also takes place (Ellison et al., 2010). 2010,). Spatial strategies and techniques are essential to Justin’s research, and he makes an extensive utilization of modern tools such as Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Social Network Analysis (SNA). Due to negative externalities industrial agglomeration is also a source of pollution of the environment (Liu and co., 2017).
The techniques he employs are not only to discover previously unseen patterns within the historical records of the premodern world and societies, but also to present the role and time of history in innovative and fascinating ways. In conclusion, polluted water at the source is affected on the environment through factors that are related to the population and industrial. The researcher is keen to supervise, not only the historical and interdisciplinarity of PhD projects focused on the history of London as well as other cities and towns during the early modern and medieval periods, but also supervise research on the use of place, space streets, landscapes, and mapping across all times.
The research presented here only considers the issue from one angle, but does not consider the correlation between these factors. Justin is also the review Editor for Urban History(Opens in a new window) as well as A city councillor for London Record Society(Opens in a new window) and an active part of the steering group for the group known as Pre-Modern Towns. The development of high-quality cities also requires to be able to control non-point-based pollution. Topics: The massive increase in cultivated areas, which leads to an extensive use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers and the rapid growth of poultry breeding and livestock most often causes the non-point pollutants in agriculture (Michalak and others.
2013,). Urban and Digital History History of Towns and Cities London: Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods Societies and Cultures by Digital and Spatial Techniques. To fulfill the objective of ecological environmental protection, the use of the resources of poultry manure and livestock is an essential method. Prof. However, the distinction between aquaculture and plantation in China is very severe.
Philip Murpy. Manure from poultry and livestock that is not being used as well as chemical fertilizers that have not been fully degraded as well as the unwise use of agricultural chemicals (Li et al., 2017) as well as the waste or burned straw following production (Seglah et al., 2020) are causing massive contamination on cultivated soil.