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    Scenario processes for socio-environmental systems analysis of futures : A review of recent efforts and a salient research agenda for supporting decision making
    Elsawah, Sondoss ; Hamilton, Serena H. ; Jakeman, Anthony J. ; Rothman, Dale ; Schweizer, Vanessa ; Trutnevyte, Evelina ; Carlsen, Henrik ; Drakes, Crystal ; Frame, Bob ; Fu, Baihua ; Guivarch, Celine ; Haasnoot, Marjolijn ; Kemp-Benedict, Eric ; Kok, Kasper ; Kosow, Hannah ; Ryan, Mike ; Delden, Hedwig van - \ 2020
    Science of the Total Environment 729 (2020). - ISSN 0048-9697
    Consistency - Cross-sectoral - Diversity - Policy - Stakeholders - Story-and-simulation - Uncertainty

    This paper reviews the latest research on scenarios including the processes and products for socio-environmental systems (SES) analysis, modeling and decision making. A group of scenario researchers and practitioners participated in a workshop to discuss consolidation of existing research on the development and use of scenario analysis in exploring and understanding the interplay between human and environmental systems. This paper presents an extended overview of the workshop discussions and follow-up review work. It is structured around the essential challenges that are crucial to progress support of decision making and learning with respect to our highly uncertain socio-environmental futures. It identifies a practical research agenda where challenges are grouped according to the process stage at which they are most significant: before, during, and after the creation of the scenarios as products. These challenges for SES include: enhancing the role of stakeholder and public engagement in the co-development of scenarios, linking scenarios across multiple geographical, sectoral and temporal scales, improving the links between the qualitative and quantitative aspects of scenario analysis, addressing uncertainties especially surprise, addressing scenario diversity and their consistency together, communicating scenarios including visualization methods, and linking scenarios to decision making.

    Screening of transformation products in soils contaminated with unsymmetrical dimethylhydrazine using headspace SPME and GC-MS
    Kenessov, B.N. ; Koziel, J.A. ; Grotenhuis, J.T.C. ; Carlsen, L. - \ 2010
    Analytica Chimica Acta 674 (2010)1. - ISSN 0003-2670 - p. 32 - 39.
    solid-phase microextraction - chromatography-mass spectrometry - volatile organic-compounds - gas-chromatography - olfactometry - air - 1,1-dimethylhydrazine - odorants
    The paper describes a novel SPME-based approach for sampling and analysis of transformation products of highly reactive and toxic unsymmetrical dimethylhydrazine (UDMH) which is used as a fuel in many Russian, European, Indian, and Chinese heavy cargo carrier rockets. The effects of several parameters were studied to optimize analyte recovery. It was found that the 85 µm Carboxen/polydimethylsiloxane fiber coating provides the highest selectivity for selected UDMH transformation products. Optimal sampling/sample preparation parameters were determined to be 1-h soil headspace sampling time at 40 °C. The GC inlet temperature was optimized to 170 °C held for 0.1 min, then 1 °C s-1 ramp to 250 °C where it was held for 40 min. Temperature programing resulted in a fast desorption along with minimal chemical transformation in the GC inlet. SPME was very effective extracting UDMH transformation products from soil samples contaminated with rocket fuel. The use of SPME resulted in high sensitivity, speed, small labor consumption due to an automation and simplicity of use. It was shown that water addition to soil leads to a significant decrease of recovery of almost all target transformation products of UDMH. The use of SPME for sampling and sample preparation resulted in detection of the total of 21 new compounds that are relevant to the UDMH transformation in soils. In addition, the number of confirmed transformation products of UDMH increased from 15 to 27. This sampling/sample preparation approach can be recommended for environmental assessment of soil samples from areas affected by space rocket activity
    European Allergy White Paper Update
    Aberg, N. ; Berlin, A. ; Bertollini, R. ; Bonini, S. ; Brunekreef, B. ; Carlsen, K.H. ; Weck, A. de - \ 1999
    In: European Allergy Update / Wahn, U., Werner, J.A., de Weck, A., Holgate, S.T., Hejdenberg, K., UCB Institute of Allergy - p. 1 - 57.
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