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  • 21. Burnett_Dougal_CES_2010

    ‘mean variance portfolio theory’ to explore optimal electricity generation portfolios for the present and future climate scenarios. Presentation • Objective: – To investigate UK solar resource of the present climate and the potential impact that climate change could have on the resource. • Outline: – Solar Energy and Technologies – UK Present & Future Solar Resource – Results and Conclusions /media/ces/Burnett_Dougal_CES_2010.pdf
  • 22. Crochet_Philippe_CES_2010

    Impacts of historic climate variations on streamflow characteristics in Icelandic rivers Philippe Crochet Icelandic Meteorological Office Objective • To analyse the hydrologic response of 11 river basins in Iceland to past climate variations, especially temperature variations. • Streamflow characteristics » Discharge seasonality » Mean annual discharge » Number of floods (POT) • Snow storage /media/ces/Crochet_Philippe_CES_2010.pdf
  • 23. Snorrason_Arni_CES_2010

    165 Impact of Climate Change on Renewable Energy Sources Edited by Jes Fenger Contribution from 30+ specialists on energy and climate change Dam safety Foto: C-O Brandesten, Vattenfall Dam safety Nordic-Baltic projects on the impact of climate change on renewable energy Funded by Nordic Energy Research and the partners Main objective of CES To improve the decision framework of the energy sector /media/ces/Snorrason_Arni_CES_2010.pdf
  • 24. Group5-Draft_report

    NONAM summer school Horsens case- Stakeholder involvement plan Yuan Zheng; Patience Mguni; Emmanuel Pagneux Introduction The overall objective of the stakeholder involvement plan, which is referred to this task, is to facilitate adaptation of the Horsens municipality to climate change. In concrete terms, a package of coping measures should be adopted at the end of the participatory /media/loftslag/Group5-Draft_report.pdf
  • 25. Markarfljót outwash plain and Öræfajökull

    is performed in the Markarfljót outwash plain and in the Öræfi district. An inventory of the populations exposed to floods is made for overnight conditions using daily overnight estimates weighted with road traffic data as an indicator. The main objective of the study is to provide the authorities with a realistic estimate, at different periods of the year and at particular locations within the two studied /hydrology/hazard-risk-assessments/glacial-outburst-floods/markarfljotsaurar-oraefajokull/
  • 26. Group2-report

     in achieving the long term planning objective.  Results  For the study area the goals of good water quality, minimized damage from flooding, sustainable  agriculture and health of ecosystems were defined.  However, water quality was selected as focus of the  study and the scenario development process evolved around this goal.   A combination of climate conditions and socio‐economic conditions envisioned /media/loftslag/Group2-report.pdf
  • 27. VI_2009_012

  • 28. Perrels-CBA

    uncompensated compensated pcpu (partial) remedies: • Information transparency (flood maps) • Insuring only value incl. Expected damage and lower value 26.8.2011Adriaan Perrels/IL 34 References Handbooks on SCBA: • http://www- wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2007/06/2 5/000020439_20070625152441/Rendered/PDF/207330REVISED.pdf • http://www.preventionweb.net/files /media/loftslag/Perrels-CBA.pdf
  • 29. programme2---PhD-Workshop-preceding-Adaptation-Research-Conference

    and policymakers when analyzing, assessing and managing risk/uncertainty? In many cases where uncertainty and risk is involved, acts and regulations prescribe different methods of analyses and/or assessments to be carried out before the decision is made. The ideal is that researchers provide objective, neutral facts to the policymakers or politicians. However, research and policy are often closely /media/loftslag/programme2---PhD-Workshop-preceding-Adaptation-Research-Conference.pdf
  • 30. Moellenkampetal_etal-2010

    are also highlighted. Key Words: co-engineering; conflict; multiple objectives; negotiation; participatory process; planning; water management INTRODUCTION Broad-scale, multi-governance level, participatory water management processes are multiplying around the world. Their commonly stated objective is to aid collective decision making and social learning to culminate in mutually acceptable water /media/loftslag/Moellenkampetal_etal-2010.pdf

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