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Risk‐based water resources planning: Incorporating probabilistic nonstationary climate uncertainties
We present a risk-based approach for incorporating nonstationary probabilistic climate projections into long-term water resources planning. The proposed methodology uses nonstationary synthetic timeExpand
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Characterising the spatial distribution, frequency and geomorphic controls on landslide occurrence, Molise, Italy
Abstract An 815-km2 area in Molise, central Italy, was used as a natural laboratory to characterise the lithological, topographic, and fluvial controls on the spatial distribution and frequency ofExpand
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Risk-based principles for defining and managing water security
  • J. Hall, E. Borgomeo
  • Business, Medicine
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
  • 13 November 2013
The concept of water security implies concern about potentially harmful states of coupled human and natural water systems. Those harmful states may be associated with water scarcity (for humansExpand
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Assessing water resource system vulnerability to unprecedented hydrological drought using copulas to characterize drought duration and deficit
Abstract Global climate models suggest an increase in evapotranspiration, changing storm tracks, and moisture delivery in many parts of the world, which are likely to cause more prolonged and severeExpand
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Pakistan : Getting More from Water
This report builds on prior work to provide a new, comprehensive, and balanced view of water security in Pakistan, stressing the importance of the diverse social, environmental, and economic outcomesExpand
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Epistemic uncertainties and natural hazard risk assessment ­ Part 1: A review of the issues
Abstract. Uncertainties in natural hazard risk assessment are generally dominated by the sources arising from lack of knowledge or understanding of the processes involved. There is a lack ofExpand
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Epistemic uncertainties and natural hazard risk assessment - Part 1:A review of different natural hazard areas
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This paper discusses how epistemic uncertainties are currently considered in the most widely occurring natural hazard areas, including floods, landslides and debris flows, droughts, earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic ash clouds and pyroclastic flows. Expand
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Does certification improve biodiversity conservation in Brazilian coffee farms
Abstract Socio-environmental certification uses evaluation criteria to promote the conservation of the natural environment and landscape connectivity, with the aim of constructing agriculturalExpand
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Adaptation pathways in practice: Mapping options and trade-offs for London’s water resources
Abstract London’s ability to remain a world-leading city in an increasingly globalised economy is dependent on it being an efficient, low-risk place to do business and a desirable place to live.Expand
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Numerical rivers: A synthetic streamflow generator for water resources vulnerability assessments
The vulnerability of water supplies to shortage depends on the complex interplay between streamflow variability and the management and demands of the water system. Assessments of water supplyExpand
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