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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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Real-time Canonical-angle Views in 3D Virtual Cities \ International Workshop on Vision, Modeling and Visualization [Conference proceedings]
Kol, T.R. \ Liao, J. \ Eisemann, E. \ 2014
Virtual city models are useful for navigation planning or the investigation of unknown regions. However, existing rendering systems often fail to provide optimal views during the exploration, introduce occlusions, or show the buildings from the top o ...
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Mainstreaming climate adaptation at the implementation level : routines as possible barriers to organisational change \ Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) annual congress [Conference proceedings]
Uittenbroek, C.J. \ 2014
This article aims to develop a conceptual framework to better understand the role of routines as possible barriers to organizational routines in the case of mainstreaming climate adaptation. It is the implementation level where barriers to climate ad ...
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Climate change and water conservation effects on water availability and vegetation patterns in a stream valley \ Geophysical Research Abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Knaap, Y.A.M. van der \ Graaf, M. de \ Ek, R. van \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Aerts, R. \ Bierkens, M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2014
Presentation at the EGU General Assembly 2014, Session General Ecohydrology, 29 April 2014 in Vienna, Austria.
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Meeting report : Deltas in Times of Climate Change : 24 – 26 September 2014 Rotterdam, the Netherlands [Conference proceedings]
Pater, F. de \ Steenis, O. van \ 2014
Florrie de Pater, Ottelien van Steenis, Knowledge for Climate (eds) (2014). Meeting report all sessions, Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, 24-26 September 2014, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
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Simulating future changes in the urban heat island effect based on an integration of socio-economic and climate scenarios \ Adaptation Frontiers : conference on European Climate Adaptation Research and Practice, Lisbon 10-12 March, 2014 [Conference proceedings]
Koomen, E. \ Diogo, V. \ 2014
Many examples exist of studies that aim to measure the urban heat island effect using different data sources such as satellite images, weather stations and mobile devices. Yet, few studies explain local variation in the observed temperatures and appl ...
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Economic implications of multi-layer safety projects for flood protection \ Safety, reliability and risk analysis: beyond the horizon [Conference proceedings]
Tsimopoulou, V. \ Vrijling, J.K. \ Kok, M. \ Jonkman, S.N. \ Stijnen, J.W. \ 2014
Looking at flood risk management developments that have lately taken place in the Netherlands, the emergence of a virtual liking of disaster preparation measures is perceptible. Investments in multilayer safety projects are one of the most popular ou ...
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Simulating the expansion of large-sized farms in rural Netherlands: a land exchange model \ Multi-agent-based simulation XIV : International Workshop, MABS 2013, Saint Paul, MN, USA, May 6-7, 2013, Revised selected papers [Conference proceedings]
Alam, S.J. \ Bakker, M.M. \ Karali, E. \ Dijk, J. van \ Rounsevell, M.D. \ 2014
This paper introduces a data-driven agent-based simulation model of rural land exchange in the Netherlands. The model development process is part of an ongoing research program aiming at understanding the effects of climate change and socioeconomic d ...
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Verslag van de studiedag ‘Doorbraakvrije’ dijken: wensdroom of maakbaar? op 5 maart 2014 in Zwolle : de dag was georganiseerd door Kennis voor Klimaat en STOWA [Conference proceedings]
2014
Waterkeringen die in principe niet door kunnen breken, alleen kunnen overlopen. Dat is simpel gezegd waar het bij doorbraakvrije dijken om draait. Er is bijna niemand die twijfelt aan het nut van dit concept. Maar waarom gebeurt het in de praktijk da ...
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Climate change impact and adaptation assessment in agriculture requires farming systems analysis and integrated assessment \ Proceedings of the Global Land Project 2nd Open Science Meeting Berlin, March 19-21, 2014: Land transformations: between global challenges and local realities [Conference proceedings]
Reidsma, P. \ Wolf, J. \ Kanellopoulos, A. \ Schaap, B.F. \ Mandryk, M. \ Ittersum, M.K. van \ 2014
Abstract of the oral presentation given at the Global Land Project 2nd Open Science Meeting. The authors argue that farming systems analysis and integrated assessment are needed for climate change impact and adaptation assessments in agriculture, and ...
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Building robust strategies for a climate proof fresh water supply \ ECCA conference, Hamburg 2013, March 20 [Conference proceedings]
Duinen, R. van \ 2013
In many countries socio-economic and climate change cause water supply and demand to be out of equilibrium, asking for adaptation at several scales. Combining these adaptation actions at several scales into a coherent and robust fresh water adaptatio ...
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Unbreachable embankments? In pursuit of the most effective stretches for reducing fatality risk \ Comprehensive flood risk management : research for policy and practice [Conference proceedings]
Bruijn, K.M. de \ Klijn, F. \ Knoeff, J.G. \ 2013
Experiences with recent and past floods have lead to recurrent calls to reinforce flood defences in such a way as to always prevent their breaching. When a breach forms, the inflow is very fast and furious, leaving no time for evacuation and causing ...
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Explaining differences in flood risk management approaches in Europe and the USA : a comparative analysis \ Comprehensive flood risk management : research for policy and practice [Conference proceedings]
Bubeck, P. \ Kreibich, H. \ Penning-Rowsell, E.C. \ Botzen, W.J.W. \ Moel, H. de \ Klijn, F. \ 2013
Flood Risk Management (FRM) in Europe and worldwide is not static but constantly in flux. Generally, there has been a trend towards more integrated FRM in many countries. However, the initial situation in the various countries is very different. The ...
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On the potential contribution of spatial planning in combination with unbreachable embankments in the design of a robust flood risk system, exemplified for the Netherlands \ Comprehensive flood risk management : research for policy and practice [Conference proceedings]
Knoop, J.M. \ Ligtvoet, W. \ Klijn, F. \ 2013
The government has announced a revision of the current flood risk management policy, comprising not only a possible revision of the protection standards, but also a transition towards a broader risk-based policy, which may involve reducing the conseq ...
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Assessment of vegetative measures for mitigation of air temperatures in the urban environment during during heat waves : a case study for the Dutch city of Arnhem \ 11th Symp. on the Urban Environment at the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, December 2013 [Conference proceedings]
Gromke, C. \ Blocken, B. \ 2013
Evapotranspirational cooling by different types of vegetation was investigated for the city center of Arnhem/The Netherlands. A case study on the capability of locally applied avenue-trees, façade greening and roof greening on reducing air temperatur ...
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Uncertainty in flood risk assessments: what are its major sources and implications? \ Comprehensive flood risk management : research for policy and practice [Conference proceedings]
Moel, H. de \ Botzen, W.J.W. \ Aerts, J.C.J.H. \ 2013
As with any calculation that uses models with various data sources and relationships, flood risk assessments are surrounded by considerable uncertainty. Investigating uncertainty and its propagation in flood risk assessments is complicated because of ...
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Alternative investment streams for flood risk management and flood insurance: an analysis of "who gains and who loses?" \ Comprehensive flood risk management : research for policy and practice [Conference proceedings]
Pardoe, J. \ Penning-Rowsell, E.C. \ Cope, M. \ 2013
This paper explores scenarios incorporating changes to key elements of key UK flood risk management policy. At a high level this policy provides a two-element approach to reducing the probability and impacts of flooding to flood prone areas through, ...
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Feasibility of unbreachable multifunctional flood protection zones in the Dutch rural riverine area \ Comprehensive flood risk management : research for policy and practice [Conference proceedings]
Loon-Steensma, J.M. van \ Vellinga, P. \ 2013
This paper provides an overview of possible functions of unbreachable dikes in the Dutch rural riverine area, and an overview and analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of robust multifunctional flood defence zones in the ru ...
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Century-scale dynamics of the Bengal Delta and future development \ 4th International Conference on Water & Flood Management (ICWFM-2013) [Conference proceedings]
Sarker, M.H. \ Akter, J. \ Rahman, M.M. \ 2013
While most of the large deltas in the world are suffering from sediment starvation, the Bengal delta is prograding at a substantially high rate. The progradation expedites the shifting process of delta building estuaries as well as their associated d ...
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