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  • 31. Case_A___Horsens_Fjord

    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 with maps that show /media/loftslag/Case_A___Horsens_Fjord.pdf
  • 32. Horsens_case

    for reviewing: - Make if possible a factual theme map that shows 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 /media/loftslag/Horsens_case.pdf
  • 33. Kok_and_Veldkamp_editorial_ES-2011-4160

    of the conceptual literature while providing experimental insights in the value of these concepts (see de Blaeij et al. 2011, van Apeldoorn et al. 2011). Apart from the need for more communication between the various scientific disciplines involved in scaling and governance issues, there is a clear challenge ahead to more effectively include nonscientists in the debate. A transdisciplinary arena /media/loftslag/Kok_and_Veldkamp_editorial_ES-2011-4160.pdf
  • 34. Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate

    effects and the involved uncertainties? What are the main knowledge gaps?  What types of knowledge and information are you eliciting, in what way and from which stakeholders?  What knowledge and information representations are you using and why?  Are you supposing equal validity and credibility of acquired knowledge and information? and do others have the same perception?  How are you /media/loftslag/Outline_for_the_case_Road_maintenance_in_a_changing_climate.pdf
  • 35. VED_AnnualReport-2013_screen

    to issue warnings and forecasts. These data provide a benchmark for assessing ongo- ing changes in the Arctic, valuable information on natural resources in Iceland such as water and wind resources, as well as being fundamental in risk as- sessment studies carried out at IMO. In order to broaden the research already carried out at IMO the institute is involved in many multi- participant /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/arsskyrslur/VED_AnnualReport-2013_screen.pdf
  • 36. VI_2013_006

    indications of weather thunderstorms in Iceland during volcanic eruptions. About 10% of the days during this 15-year period had lightning activity recorded somewhere in Iceland, and about 0.6% of the days involved volcanic lightning activity. Usually each weather thunderstorm in Iceland has only a few lightning strikes while many are recorded during eruptions. During this 15-year period 73 /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2013/VI_2013_006.pdf
  • 37. Refsgaard_etal-2007-Uncertainty-EMS

    out? Who will do the modelling work? Who should do the technical reviews? Which stake- holders/public should be involved and to what degree? What are the resources available for the project? The water manager needs to describe the problem and its context as well as the available data. A very important (but often over- looked) task is then to analyse and determine what are the various requirements /media/loftslag/Refsgaard_etal-2007-Uncertainty-EMS.pdf
  • 38. VanderKeur_etal-2008-Uncertainty_IWRM-WARM

  • 39. Daniell_etal-2010

    more easily catalyze change and transformation towards adaptive management than formal processes (see also Gunderson et al. 2006, Olsson et al. 2006). Informal participatory platforms are considered to facilitate experimentation and learning (Dore 2007). Increasingly, researchers are involved in designing such informal processes in order to support and analyze change (Pahl-Wostl 2006). Pahl-Wostl /media/loftslag/Daniell_etal-2010.pdf
  • 40. Kok_JGEC658_2009

    - stand the nature of the problem, it is important to grasp the fundamentals of constructing narrative storylines and dynamic models. Table 1 lists some of the (archetypical) characteristics of dynamic models and narrative stories. There is a high degree of potential complementarity between stories that involved stake- holders and stimulated creative thinking, and models that are Global Environmental /media/loftslag/Kok_JGEC658_2009.pdf

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