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  • 1. Gyrite_Brandt_(Local_Government_Denmark,_DK)

    Bayesian networks were used in order to facilitate problem definition and in search for efficient measures, including diagnoses of causes and effects and uncertainties measures on identified indicators. The case as one of four European cases gave input to design of guidelines for the use of Bayesian networks as a participatory tool for water resources management (The FP5 EU research project MERIT /media/loftslag/Gyrite_Brandt_(Local_Government_Denmark,_DK).pdf
  • 2. Quality management certification

    avalanche hazard assessment and atmospheric chemical monitoring. The goal of IMO is that the quality management system will apply to all of the office's operations. Furthermore, BSI certification will be sought for other public services at IMO. This will require: That all service is bound by defined and efficient work procedures That all service stands up to quality requirements Throughout /about-imo/service/quality/
  • 3. vonKorff_etal-2010

    Copyright © 2010 by the author(s). Published here under license by the Resilience Alliance. Von Korff, Y., P. d'Aquino, K. A. Daniell, and R. Bijlsma. 2010. Designing participation processes for water management and beyond. Ecology and Society 15(3): 1. [online] URL: http://www. ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss3/art1/ Synthesis, part of a Special Feature on Implementing Participatory Water /media/loftslag/vonKorff_etal-2010.pdf
  • 4. CASE_B__Heikki_Tuomenvirta_(FMI)_Introduction

    services) to co-operate coherently to find efficient and timely answers. The expected effects of a changing climate in Nordic countries imply among others a higher frequency of bad road conditions in winter, a higher frequency of more serious wear and tear of infrastructure and equipment, higher risks for large scale impact events (e.g. inundated tunnels), as well as induced behavioral /media/loftslag/CASE_B__Heikki_Tuomenvirta_(FMI)_Introduction.pdf
  • 5. Protective measures

    2003, authors T. Jóhannesson and Kr. M. Hákonardóttir) (pdf 0.8 Mb) Field observations and laboratory experiments for evaluating the effectiveness of avalanche defence structures in Iceland. Main results and future programme (pdf 0,8 Mb) (Í: Proceedings of the International Seminar on Snow and Avalanches Test Sites, Grenoble, France, 22−23 November 2002, F. Naaim-Bouvet, ed., s. 99−109, Grenoble /avalanches/imo/protective/
  • 6. Huntjens_etal-2010-Climate-change-adaptation-Reg_Env_Change

  • 7. ces_risk_flyer

    opportunity, it is essential for any new methods to be able to account for future potential. The Risk Assessment Framework also accounts for the identification of opportunities, and subsequently also th i id ti i th d i i kirepresen , or e ec s on ma ers or o er stakeholders, the risk analysis results in a efficient and compact way. encourages e r cons era on n e ec s on‐ma ng process. Fig.2. Fourfold /media/ces/ces_risk_flyer.pdf
  • 8. Hare_1_PartINONAM

    to levels Goals of participation • additional sources of knowledge and data • additional sources of opinion • development of win-win plans • increase time and cost saving • ...better, efficient decisions. For planning • increased public awareness • increased support for plans • increased involvement in maintenance, implementation and evaluation • increased use of site • increased monitoring /media/loftslag/Hare_1_PartINONAM.pdf
  • 9. Program

    Measurement Systems GmbH, Austria. An airborne laser scanner utilizing novel multiple-time-around processing for efficient wide-area and high point density mapping of mixed-terrain, ice-sheets, and glaciers Henriette Skourup, Rene Forsberg, Sine M. Hvidegaard, Indriði Einarsson, Arne V. Olesen, Stine K. Rose, Louise S. Sørensen, Veit Helm, Stefan Hendricks, Robert Ricker, Malcolm Davidson, and Tânia /lidar/lidar-2013/program/
  • 10. Henriksen-AM

    to specify this in partnerships with stakeholders and economists (groundwater protection is dealing with a hypothetical market) • Water managers needs tools for evaluating how efficient resources are used in the environmental management (e.g. Bayesian networks could be used for that, because this tool can help reasoning about complex and uncertain systems, if used interactively /media/loftslag/Henriksen-AM.pdf

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