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  • 21. Henriksen_Barlebo-2008-AWM_BBN-Journ_Env_Management

    with full stakeholder involvement. With the participation of two researchers (the authors) and two water managers previously involved in the case study, a qualitative interview was prepared and carried out in June 2006. The aim of this ex-post evaluation was to capture and explore the water managers’ experience with Bayesian belief networks when used for integrated and adaptive water management /media/loftslag/Henriksen_Barlebo-2008-AWM_BBN-Journ_Env_Management.pdf
  • 22. Sigurður Th. Rögnvaldsson

    and a true friend - always ready to help, whether the problem involved deciphering convoluted computer codes, delving into the mysteries of the SIL system, making presentable documents using LaTeX, or discussing life, the universe and everything. Publications Sigurður Th. Rögnvaldsson Sigurður Th. Rögnvaldsson, Gylfi P. Hersir og Knútur Árnason 1987. Viðnámsmælingar, fræðileg úttekt, mæling og /earthquakes-and-volcanism/conferences/jsr-2009/sigurdur/
  • 23. Sigurður Th. Rögnvaldsson

    and a true friend - always ready to help, whether the problem involved deciphering convoluted computer codes, delving into the mysteries of the SIL system, making presentable documents using LaTeX, or discussing life, the universe and everything. Publications Sigurður Th. Rögnvaldsson Sigurður Th. Rögnvaldsson, Gylfi P. Hersir og Knútur Árnason 1987. Viðnámsmælingar, fræðileg úttekt, mæling og /earthquakes-and-volcanism/conferences/jsr-2009/sigurdur
  • 24. CES_D2.4_VMGO

    5 ECHO-G, Germany/Korea T30L19/0.5-2.8°×2.8°L20 6 GFDL-CM2.1, USA 2.0°×2.5°L24/0.3-1.0°×1.0° 7 IPSL-CM4, France 3.75°x2.5°L19/2°x1°L31 8 MIROC3.2 (medres), Japan T42L20/0.5-1.4°×1.4°L44 9 MRI-CGCM2.3.2, Japan T42L30/0.5-2.0°×2.5°L23 Modeling output involved to calculate extreme indices includes gridded daily distributions of surface air temperature maxima and minima and daily /media/ces/CES_D2.4_VMGO.pdf
  • 25. Group2-report

     of scenarios should support the involvement of  stakeholders, which is crucial to adaptive management of climate change. Stakeholders should be involved  very early in the process of planning and they should define relevant scenarios. The participatory process is  2    supposed to strengthen the identification of problems and the choice of robust measures in an adaptive  management strategy.   The first /media/loftslag/Group2-report.pdf
  • 26. Moellenkampetal_etal-2010

    some form of collective planning and organization activities because of the stakes, time, and budgets involved in their implementation. Despite the potential importance of these collective processes for managing complex water-related social–ecological systems, little research focusing on the project teams that design and organize participatory water management processes has ever been undertaken. We /media/loftslag/Moellenkampetal_etal-2010.pdf
  • 27. Kok_et_al._TFSC_published_2011

    pathways [4]. By employing participatory methods, policy makers and other stakeholders can be directly involved in assessing possible futures, and thus be better placed to help shape the future or adapt to changing conditions. First used for military planning purposes [5] and later rened by Royal Dutch/Shell [6], scenarios came to the attention of the general public in the 1970s /media/loftslag/Kok_et_al._TFSC_published_2011.pdf
  • 28. NOMEK09_Report

    like to thank everybody involved in the NOMKE work for their dedicated participation, including the NOMEK administrators, all the teachers, Sigþrúður Ármannsdóttir and other people at IMO, who made this year’s course possible and a valuable experience for the participants. Kristín Hermannsdóttir Chairman, NOMEK Planning Group NOMEK 2009 11-15 May, Reykjavík, Iceland Appendix 1 NOMEK 2009 11 /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2009/NOMEK09_Report.pdf
  • 29. Hare_2-participation

    ) A further answer... By considering the needs and expectations of the stakeholders who might be involved, at every stage of their involvement More answers... By managing the flow of information well between participatory process stages and between stakeholder groups More answers... By clearly communicating to the stakeholders the process and its goals before they commit to the process (see /media/loftslag/Hare_2-participation.pdf
  • 30. CASE_A___Jes_Pedersen_(Region_Midt,_Dk)_Introduction

    flood-threatened areas (from watercourses, lakes and sea) and flood-proof areas - If possible, make a map showing risks Risk = damage extent x probability - Using the above-named maps, a vision plan should be prepared at a regional and municipal level In connection with this, consider how interested parties can be involved in a debate about visions - Prepare a climate change adaptation plan /media/loftslag/CASE_A___Jes_Pedersen_(Region_Midt,_Dk)_Introduction.pdf

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