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Record number 498062
Title Towards policy recommendations for future drought risk reduction
Author(s) Kampragou, E.; Assimacopoulos, D.; Stefano, L. De; Andreu, J.; Musolino, D.; Wolters, W.; Lanen, H.A.J. van; Rego, F.C.; Seidl, I.
Source In: Drought: Research and Science-Policy Interfacing - Proceedings of the International Conference on Drought: Research and Science-Policy Interfacing. - CRC Press/Balkema - ISBN 9781138027794 - p. 453 - 460.
Event International Conference on Drought: Research and Science-Policy Interfacing, 2015, Valencia, 2015-03-10/2015-03-13
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/b18077-77
Department(s) Alterra - Climate change and adaptive land and water management
Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management
WIMEK
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2015
Abstract

The paper presents a research framework for supporting drought management on the basis of drought risk identification, assessment and management. While risk identification involves the analysis of past and future drought on the basis of climate projections, the assessment of risk follows a probabilistic approach and refers to the assessment of potential drought impacts. Finally, risk management concerns the selection and evaluation of measures for minimizing risk to an acceptable level. The analysis is performed in six Case Studies (The Netherlands; Portugal; Switzerland; Po River Basin, Italy; Jucar River Basin, Spain; and Syros Island, Greece), representing a wide range of climate and socio-economic conditions. All these activities are supported by stakeholder input through the organisation of theme-specific workshops. As the Case Studies are spread over Europe, the results show that risk reduction cannot follow a “one size fits all” approach, as it was pointed out also by the EC “Blueprint”.

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