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    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

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    Signs of enrichment use: indicator to assess the risks for tail biting in pigs
    Bracke, M.B.M. ; Ruis, M.A.W. ; Patt, A. ; Pedersen, L.J. - \ 2020
    EURCAW-Pigs - 2 p.
    pigs - animal welfare - animal husbandry - docking - tail biting - meat animals - finishing - piglets - animal behaviour - animal health - animal production
    Review on farrowing housing and management
    Pedersen, L.J. ; Patt, A. ; Ruis, M.A.W. ; Hoofs, A.I.J. ; Vermeer, H.M. ; Kongsted, A. - \ 2020
    EURCAW-Pigs - 19 p.
    pigs - animal welfare - animal husbandry - farrowing houses - farrowing - sows - piglets - animal production - animal health - animal behaviour - animal housing
    Skin lesions: indicator to assess the risks for tail biting in pig
    Patt, A.G. ; Ruis, M.A.W. ; Schubbert, A. - \ 2020
    Wageningen : EURCAW-Pigs - 2 p.
    pigs - animal welfare - animal husbandry - docking - tail biting - piglets - meat animals - finishing - indicators - space
    Suitability of enrichment materials: indicator to assess the risks for tail biting in pigs, indicator factsheet
    Ruis, M.A.W. ; Patt, A.G. - \ 2020
    Wageningen : EURCAW-Pigs - 2 p.
    pigs - animal welfare - animal husbandry - docking - tail biting - piglets - meat animals - finishing - indicators
    Fouling: indicator to assess the risks for tail biting in pigs, indicator factsheet
    Patt, A.G. ; Ruis, M.A.W. ; Schubbert, A. - \ 2020
    Wageningen : EURCAW-Pigs - 2 p.
    pigs - animal welfare - animal husbandry - docking - tail biting - piglets - meat animals - finishing - indicators - climate - space
    Tail injuries: indicator for tail biting in pigs, indicator factsheet
    Ruis, M.A.W. ; Patt, A.G. - \ 2020
    Wageningen : EURCAW-Pigs - 2 p.
    pigs - animal welfare - animal husbandry - docking - tail biting - piglets - meat animals - finishing - indicators
    Tail docking: how to recognize docked tails in pigs?: indicator factsheet
    Ruis, M.A.W. ; Patt, A.G. - \ 2020
    Wageningen : EURCAW-Pigs - 2 p.
    pigs - animal welfare - animal husbandry - docking - tail biting - piglets - meat animals - finishing - indicators
    Lameness: indicator to assess the risks for tail biting in pigs, indicator factsheet
    Patt, A.G. ; Ruis, M.A.W. ; Schubbert, A. - \ 2020
    Wageningen : EURCAW-Pigs - 2 p.
    pigs - animal welfare - animal husbandry - docking - tail biting - piglets - meat animals - finishing - indicators - lameness - health
    Estimating least-developed countries' vulnerability to climate-related extreme events over the next 50 years
    Patt, A.G. ; Tadross, M. ; Nussbaumer, P. ; Asante, K. ; Metzger, M.J. ; Rafael, J. ; Goujon, A. ; Brundrit, G. - \ 2010
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107 (2010)4. - ISSN 0027-8424 - p. 1333 - 1337.
    natural disasters - adaptive capacity - adaptation - projections - impacts
    When will least developed countries be most vulnerable to climate change, given the influence of projected socio-economic development? The question is important, not least because current levels of international assistance to support adaptation lag more than an order of magnitude below what analysts estimate to be needed, and scaling up support could take many years. In this paper, we examine this question using an empirically derived model of human losses to climate-related extreme events, as an indicator of vulnerability and the need for adaptation assistance. We develop a set of 50-year scenarios for these losses in one country, Mozambique, using high-resolution climate projections, and then extend the results to a sample of 23 least-developed countries. Our approach takes into account both potential changes in countries' exposure to climatic extreme events, and socio-economic development trends that influence countries' own adaptive capacities. Our results suggest that the effects of socio-economic development trends may begin to offset rising climate exposure in the second quarter of the century, and that it is in the period between now and then that vulnerability will rise most quickly. This implies an urgency to the need for international assistance to finance adaptation.
    Foreword
    Leemans, R. - \ 2009
    In: Assessing vulnerability to global environmental change. Making research useful for adaptation decision making and policy / Patt, A.G., Schröter, D., Klein, R.J.T., de la Vega-Leinert, A.C., London : Routledge - ISBN 9781844076970 - p. xxi - xxii.
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