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Water quality of Fayoum surface water, Fayoum Province, Egypt [Presentation]
Abdel Wahed, M.S.M. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 3: Salinity, drinking water, adaptation practices, Session DD 3.2: Water quality of Fayoum surface water, Fayoum Province, Egypt, Mahmoud Abdel Wahed, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Green Chemistry, Finland ...
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Constructing scenario analyses for assessing flooding risk in the Bangladesh delta [Presentation]
Jenkins, J.C. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 11: Decision support and risk assessment in Asian deltas, Session DD 11.3: Constructing scenario analyses for assessing flooding risk in the Bangladesh delta, PhD J. Craig Jenkins, Ohio State University, USA(2014). Presented at ...
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Assessment of adaptation scenarios of coastal protections under global warming, in case of Mekong Delta [Presentation]
Nobuoka, H. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 11: Decision support and risk assessment in Asian deltas, Session DD 11.3: Assessment of adaptation scenarios of coastal protections under global warming, in case of Mekong Delta, PhD Hisamichi Nobuoka, Ibaraki University, Japan ...
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Deltas in times of climate change II international conference opportunities for people, science, cities and business Rotterdam, the Netherlands 24 – 26 september 2014 : programme [Conference proceedings]
2014
Considerable progress has been made since the first Deltas in Times of Climate Change conference in 2010. We then focused on assessing impacts and planning. Now, in 2014, the focus will fall on implementation. This reveals important issues such as go ...
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Deltas in times of climate change II international conference opportunities for people, science, cities and business Rotterdam, the Netherlands 24 – 26 september 2014 : abstracts [Conference proceedings]
2014
Considerable progress has been made since the first Deltas in Times of Climate Change conference in 2010. We then focused on assessing impacts and planning. Now, in 2014, the focus will fall on implementation. This reveals important issues such as go ...
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Peatland management in a changing world [Presentation]
Brouns, K. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 4: Climate change and delta ecosystem functioning, Session DD 4.2: Peatland management in a changing world, MSc Karlijn Brouns, Utrecht University, the Netherlands (2014). Presented at the International Conference Deltas in Time ...
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Assessing health, livelihoods, ecosystem services and poverty alleviation in populous deltas [Presentation]
Nicholls, R. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 11: Risk assessment and management, Session DD 11.1: Assessing health, livelihoods, ecosystem services and poverty alleviation in populous deltas, Prof. Robert Nicholls, University of Southampton, United Kingdom (2014). Presente ...
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Societal flood fatality risk assessments: An advanced method and its application to the Rhine-Meuse delta [Presentation]
Bruijn, K. de \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Analyses and mitigation of social Disruption, Session DD 2.1: Societal flood fatality risk assessments: An advanced method and its application to the Rhine-Meuse delta, Dr. Karin de Bruijn, Deltares, the Netherlands (2014). P ...
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Impacts of changing climate projections on restoration of the Mississippi river delta [Presentation]
Kemp, P. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 4: Sustainable management of deltas - a tour around a changing world, Session DD 4.1: Impacts of changing climate projections on restoration of the Mississippi river delta, PhD Paul Kemp, Louisiana State University, USA (2014). ...
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Integration of bio-physical and livelihood dynamics for analysis of poverty in coastal Bangladesh [Presentation]
Lazar, A. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 11: Decision support and risk assessment in Asian deltas, Session DD 11.3: Integration of bio-physical and livelihood dynamics for analysis of poverty in coastal Bangladesh, PhD Attila Lazar, University of Southampton, United Ki ...
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The importance of scale in defining vulnerability of the Ganges-Brahmaputra river delta to environmental change [Presentation]
Wilson, C. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 4: Sustainable management of deltas - a tour around a changing world, Session DD 4.1 The importance of scale in defining vulnerability of the Ganges-Brahmaputra river delta to environmental change, Carol Wilson, Vanderbilt Unive ...
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Vulnerability of groundwater to salinization and the case of the Bengal Delta [Presentation]
Michael, H. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 3: Groundwater, salinity intrusion, Session DD 3.3: Vulnerability of groundwater to salinization and the case of the Bengal Delta, PhD Holly Michael, University of Delaware, USA (2014). Presented at the International Conference ...
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Experimenting for policy: An in-depth look at how the design of experiments can enable learning in climate adaptation [Presentation]
McFadgen, B. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 9: Innovation and experimentation in governing adaptation, Session DD 9.4: Experimenting for policy: An in-depth look at how the design of experiments can enable learning in climate adaptation, Belinda McFadgen, Institute for En ...
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Spatial variation in soil salinity in relation to hydro-climatic factors in southwest coastal Bangladesh [Presentation]
Salehin, M. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 4: Ecosystem values and the coupling of human and natural dynamics. Session DD 4.6: Spatial variation in soil salinity in relation to hydro-climatic factors in southwest coastal Bangladesh, Prof. Mashfiqus Salehin, Bangladesh Un ...
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Climate change impacts on tropical cyclones and extreme sea levels – Examples for Fiji and Samoa [Presentation]
McInnes, K. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 1: Changing weather and impacts, Session DD 1.3: Climate change impacts on tropical cyclones and extreme sea levels – Examples for Fiji and Samoa, PhD Kathleen McInnes, CSIRO, Australia (2014). Presented at the International Con ...
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Oyster reefs for coastal defense and food production: Experience from Bangladesh [Presentation]
Shahadat, M. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 4: Building with nature, Session DD 4.5: Oyster reefs for coastal defense and food production: Experience from Bangladesh, Dr. M. Shahadat, Hossain Institute of Marine Sciences and Fisheries, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh ...
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Flood damage modelling on basis of urban structure mapping using high-resolution remote sensing data [Presentation]
Kreibich, H. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 11: Visualisation and mapping, Session DD 11.6: Flood damage modelling on basis of urban structure mapping using high-resolution remote sensing data Dr. Heidi Kreibich, German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany (2014). Pre ...
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Firths of Forth and Tay Flood Warning System and the storms of 2012-2014 [Presentation]
Hu, K. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 8: Disaster reduction and emergencies, regional perspectives. Session DD 8.1: Firths of Forth and Tay Flood Warning System and the storms of 2012-2014, Keming Hu, Royal HaskoningDHV, United Kingdom (2014). Presented at the Inter ...
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Increasing stress on disaster-risk finance due to large floods [Presentation]
Jongman, B. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 10: Economic impact of climate risks, Session DD 10.2: Increasing stress on disaster-risk finance due to large floods, Brenden Jongman, Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2014). Presen ...
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Comparing economic tools for evaluation of adaptation pathways to support climate adaptation [Presentation]
Aalst, M. van \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 10: Evaluation of adaptation tools, Session DD 10.3: Comparing economic tools for evaluation of adaptation pathways to support climate adaptation, MSc Maaike van Aalst, Deltares, the Netherlands (2014). Presented at the Internat ...
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