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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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Water availability: Climate change adaptation in the agricultural sector in the Czech Republic [Presentation]
Lorencova, E. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 3: Agriculture-water quantity, salinity, adaptation, Session DD 3.4: Water availability: Climate change adaptation in the agricultural sector in the Czech Republic, PhD Eliska Lorencova, Global Change Research Centre, Czech Repu ...
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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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