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Recent tsunamis events and preparedness : development of tsunami awareness in Indonesia, Chile and Japan \ International journal of disaster risk reduction [Scientific article]
Esteban, M. \ Tsimopoulou, V. \ Mikami, T. \ Suppasri, A. \ Shibayama, T. \ 2013
Since the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, there is a growing awareness of the risks that tsunamis pose to coastal communities. However, the response of different elements of society to tsunami warnings nowadays still appears to be inadequate a times, poin ...
Assessment of soil salinization risks under irrigation with brackish water in semiarid Tunisia \ Environmental and experimental botany : an international journal [Scientific article]
Bouksila, F. \ Bahrid, A. \ Berndtsson, R. \ Persson, M. \ Rozema, J. \ Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ 2013
The salinity problem is becoming increasingly widespread in arid countries. In semiarid Tunisia about 50% of the irrigated land is considered as highly sensitive to salinization. To avoid the risk of salinization, it is important to control the soil ...
Sustainable cultivation and exploitation of halophyte crops in a salinising world \ Environmental and experimental botany : an international journal [Scientific article]
Rozema, J. \ 2013
This Special Issue covers papers presented at the workshop "Putting halophytes to work – from genes to ecosystems" (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 2012) . While halophytes have long had a place in the diet of peoples across the world, scientific expl ...
Salt tolerance of halophytes, research questions reviewed in the perspective of saline agriculture \ Environmental and experimental botany : an international journal [Scientific article]
Rozema, J. \ Schat, H. \ 2013
Halophytes of the lower coastal salt marsh show increased salt tolerance, and under high salinity they grow faster than upper marsh species. We show that halophytes do not occur on non-saline or inland sites because of a reduced growth rate at low so ...
Salt tolerance in the halophyte Salicornia dolichostachya Moss : growth, morphology and physiology \ Environmental and experimental botany : an international journal [Scientific article]
Katschnig, D. \ Broekman, R. \ Rozema, J. \ 2013
Salinization of agricultural land is an increasing problem. Because of their high tolerance to salinity, Salicornia spp. could become models to study salt tolerance; they also represent promising saline crops. The salinity-growth response curve for S ...
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation in legumes : perspectives for saline agriculture \ Environmental and experimental botany : an international journal [Scientific article]
Bruning, B. \ Rozema, J. \ 2013
Saline agriculture provides a solution for at least two environmental and social problems. It allows us to return to agricultural production areas that have been lost as a consequence of salinization and it can save valuable fresh water by using brac ...
Developing and testing new halophyte crops : a case study of salt tolerance of two species of the Brassicaceae, Diplotaxis tenuifolia and Cochlearia officinalis \ Environmental and experimental botany : an international journal [Scientific article]
Vos, A.C. de \ Broekman, R. \ Almeida Guerra, C.C. de \ Rijsselberghe, M. van \ Rozema, J. \ 2013
Diplotaxis tenuifolia (L.) and Cochlearia officinalis (L.) were presumed to be salt tolerant with potential as vegetable halophyte crops. The response to increasing salinity was analysed by means of the relative growth rate (RGR) and its components a ...
Detailed insights into the influence of flood-coping appraisals on mitigation behaviour \ Global environmental change : human and policy dimensions [Scientific article]
Bubeck, P. \ Botzen, W.J.W. \ Kreibich, H. \ Aerts, J.C.J.H. \ 2013
Insights into flood mitigation behaviour are important because of the ongoing shift to risk-based flood management approaches in Europe and worldwide, which envisage a contribution from flood-prone households to risk reduction. The recent literature ...
A framework for global river flood risk assessments \ Hydrology and earth system sciences [Scientific article]
Winsemius, H.C. \ Beek, L.P.H. van \ Jongman, B. \ Ward, P.J. \ Bouwman, A. \ 2013
There is an increasing need for strategic global assessments of flood risks in current and future conditions. In this paper, we propose a framework for global flood risk assessment for river floods, which can be applied in current conditions, as well ...
Zoetwatervoorziening, KRW en Natura 2000 : case klimaatcorridor veenweidegebied [Presentation]
Veraart, J. \ Vos, C. \ Spijkerman, A. \ Witte, F. \ Dijk, J. van \ 2013
Laagveengebieden liggen aan het infuus en de afhankelijkheid van inlaatwater zal in droge zomers toenemen met klimaatverandering. Dat inlaatwater wordt mogelijk steeds brakker, door lagere afvoeren van de Rijn en toename van brakke kwel in de polders ...
Adapt or perish : a review of planning approaches for adaptation under deep uncertainty \ Sustainability: the journal of the record [Scientific article]
Walker, W.E. \ Haasnoot, M. \ Kwakkel, J.H. \ 2013
There is increasing interest in long-term plans that can adapt to changing situations under conditions of deep uncertainty. We argue that a sustainable plan should not only achieve economic, environmental, and social objectives, but should be robust ...
Dynamic adaptive policy pathways : a method for crafting robust decisions for a deeply uncertain world \ Global environmental change : human and policy dimensions [Scientific article]
Haasnoot, M. \ Kwakkel, J.H. \ Walker, W.E. \ Maat, J. ter \ 2013
A new paradigm for planning under conditions of deep uncertainty has emerged in the literature. According to this paradigm, a planner should create a strategic vision of the future, commit to short-term actions, and establish a framework to guide fut ...
The impact of low-temperature seasonal aquifer thermal energy storage (SATES) systems on chlorinated solvent contaminated groundwater : modeling of spreading and degradation \ Journal of contaminant hydrology [Scientific article]
Zuurbier, K.G. \ Hartog, N. \ Valstar, J. \ Post, V.E.A. \ Breukelen, B.M. van \ 2013
Groundwater systems are increasingly used for seasonal aquifer thermal energy storage (SATES) for periodic heating and cooling of buildings. Its use is hampered in contaminated aquifers because of the potential environmental risks associated with the ...
A coupled agronomic-economic model to consider allocation of brackish irrigation water \ Water resources research [Scientific article]
Ben Gal, A. \ Weikard, H.P. \ Shah, S.H.H. \ Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ 2013
In arid and semiarid regions, irrigation water is scarce and often contains high concentrations of salts. We develop a conceptual sequential (upstream-downstream) model of irrigation that predicts crop yields and water consumption and tracks the wate ...
Zoet water ondergronds bewaren op zout water \ Vakblad voor de bloemisterij [Article]
Kamminga, H. \ 2013
Een fruitbedrijf op Zuid-Beveland gaat vierduizend kuub zoet water opslaan in de zilte bodem onder de bomen. Dit om de beschikbaarheid van zoet water voor de fruitteelt te vergroten. Tegelijkertijd kan het verdere verzilting van de bodem tegengaan. H ...
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 ...
Climate proof fresh water supply [Brochure]
Beek, E. van \ Jeuken, A. \ Jong, N. de \ 2013
Climate change will affect the supply of fresh water to the population and to economic sectors in many deltas around the world. Also the Netherlands will have to adapt to a growing mismatch between water demand and supply. The central issue is: what ...
Climate adaptation of infrastructure networks : lessons from the energy \ Regional environmental change [Scientific article]
Bollinger, L.A. \ Bogmans, C.W.J. \ Chappin, E.J.L. \ Dijkema, G.P.J. \ Huibregtse, J.N. \ Maas, N. \ Schenk, T. \ Snelder, M. \ Thienen, P. van \ Wit, S. de \ Wols, B. \ Tavasszy, L.A. \ 2013
nfrastructures are critical for human society, but vulnerable to climate change. The current body of research on infrastructure adaptation does not adequately account for the interconnectedness of infrastructures, both internally and with one another ...
Climate change and economic consequences for inland waterway transport in Europe \ Regional environmental change [Scientific article]
Jonkeren, O. \ Rietveld, P. \ Ommeren, J. van \ Linde, A. te \ 2013
Future climate conditions are likely to affect inland waterway transport in Europe. According to some climate scenarios, in summer, in the river Rhine, periods with low water levels are likely to occur more often and become more serious. Then inland ...
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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