Relevant resources in relation to PARNASSUS project can be found here.
Integrated Flood Risk Analysis and Management Methodologies - FLOODsite is an EC 6th Framework Programme Integrated Project, undertaking research of over €14M value through 37 partner organisations and over 250 individual researchers.
Center for Built Environment Research (CBER) is one of the three research centres in School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering (SPACE) at Queen's University, Belfast. It integrates Structures and Materials Research Team (SMART) from Civil Engineering and the Architecture Research Team (ART), carrying out research on temperature and moisture changes in building materials.
School of Geography and the Environment One of the specific themes in their research is building stone decay and conservation. Prof. Heather Viles' research involves studies at the interface of geomorphology with ecology, engineering geology, environmental chemistry and materials conservation.
UK Groundwater Forum Groundwater is not only a source of drinking water for millions of people in the UK but also supports our rivers and wetlands and the plants and wildlife that exist in and around them. However, groundwater is under threat from our increasing water needs, pollution and climate change.
BuildingConservation.com includes over 1,500 companies and organisations covering every aspect of the conservation, restoration and repair of the historic built environment.
Effects of Urban Development on Floods by U.S. Geological Survey Information about streamflow and how it is affected by land use can help communities reduce their current and future vulnerability to floods.
Planning and Building Standards Advice on Flooding A case study in Wakefield: Flood prevention scheme and environmental enhancements.
Case Study: Adapting Historic Environments to Moisture Related Climate Change by Centre for Sustainable Heritage (CSH).
Climate change compendium: Flooding and Drainage by The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) - UK's leading planning body for spatial, sustainable, integrative and inclusive planning.
Historic Environment Local Management, New Guidance for 2011