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Scientific aspects [Fact sheet]
[2010]
Description of the research involved in adapting flood risk management policy to climate change.
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Climate research Netherlands : research highlights [Monograph]
Heinen, M. \ Driessen, P. \ Kabat, P. \ Pater, F. de \ Vellinga, P. \ 2009
In the Netherlands the temperature has risen, on average, by 1.6°C since 1900. Regional climate scenarios for the 21st century developed by the Dutch Royal Meteorological Institute [1] show that temperature in the Netherlands will continue to rise an ...
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Routeplanner naar een klimaatbestendig Nederland - 2: Quickscan kennisaanbod en -leemten in klimaatbestendigheid : effecten, adaptatiestrategieën en maatschappelijke inbedding [Monograph]
Veraart, J. \ Opdam, P. \ Nijburg, C. \ Makaske, B. \ Brinkman, S. \ Pater, F. de \ Luttik, J. \ Meerkerk, J. \ Leenaers, H. \ Graveland, J. \ Wolsink, M. \ Klijn, E.H. \ Neuvel, J. \ Rietveld, P. \ 2006
Deze quickscan geeft een overzicht van kennisontwikkeling over adaptatie aan klimaatverandering binnen de (BSIK)-programma’s en gerelateerd onderzoek die lopen bij kennisinstellingen. Dit wordt gedaan ten behoeve van het Adaptatieprogramma Ruimte en ...
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