Robin Lovelace’s Publications


This is a list of my publications to date:

Journal articles

  • Lovelace, R., Ballas, D., & Watson, M. (in press, August 2013). A spatial microsimulation approach for the analysis of commuter patterns: from individual to regional levels. Journal of Transport Geography. doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.07.008. Preprint available here
  • Lovelace, R., & Ballas, D. (2013). “Truncate, replicate, sample”: A method for creating integer weights for spatial microsimulation. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 41, 1–11. doi10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2013.03.004, arXiv and preprint. Also see Supplementary Information for using R for spatial microsimulation.
  • Lovelace, R., & Temple, L. (2012). Carbon Capture and Storage: bury the myth and focus on alternatives. Metis, 3. Full article available here
  • Lovelace, R., Beck, S. B. M., Watson, M., & Wild, A. (2011). Assessing the energy implications of replacing car trips with bicycle trips in Sheffield, UK. Energy Policy, 39(4), 2075-2087. Elsevier. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2011.01.051 preprint available online
  • Lovelace, R. (2008). Energy: efficiency gains alone won’t reduce emissions. Nature, 455(7212), 460. Nature Publishing Group. doi:10.1038/455461a, also available here

Printed magazine articles

  • On Yer Bike Now Then, December 2012. Sheffield.
  • Bike trailers. Now Then, September 2011. Sheffield.
  • The Ecotechnic Future. Now Then, March 2011. Sheffield. Html or pdf
  • Fear. Now Then, November 2010, p. 22-23. Sheffield. Html or pdf
  • Energy futures. Now Then, June 2010, p. 16-17. Sheffield. pdf or Html
  • Lovelace, R. (2012, February). The mystery of Sheffield’s steepest hill. Now Then. Pdf Html

Online magazines and blogs

  • Lovelace, R. and Temple, L. (2012). Carbon capture and storage: time to bury the myth? Responding to Climate Change, 15 October.
  • Lovelace, R. (2011). Assessing the energy implication of political intervention. The Oil Drum.
  • Lovelace, R. (2010). Cycle-touring: a vision of post-peak holidays? The Oil Drum: Campfire.
  • Lovelace, R. (2010). How to Set Up and Run a Bicycle Repair Company. The Oil Drum: Campfire.

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