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Recognition of factors that promote resilience to hurricanes

Adolfo Lucero Álvarez, Columba Rodríguez Alviso, Oscar Frausto Martínez, José Luis Aparicio López, Alejandro Díaz Garay, Maximino Reyes Umaña
2021 Regions and Cohesion / Regiones y Cohesión / Régions et Cohésion  
The results show that resilience has a multidisciplinary character, although there is a coincidence in defining it as a system's ability to absorb, resist, and recover from disasters; the system is conceived  ...  However, published writings are dispersed and fragmented in different fields of study.  ...  Spatial and temporal variations in resilience to Pilkington & 2017 Scopus tropical cyclones along the United States coastline Mahmoud as determined by the multi-hazard hurricane impact level model Source  ... 
doi:10.3167/reco.2021.110203 fatcat:bxz3iytlevgm5dtrtnm3ppqd64

Advances in air quality research – current and emerging challenges

Ranjeet S. Sokhi, Nicolas Moussiopoulos, Alexander Baklanov, John Bartzis, Isabelle Coll, Sandro Finardi, Rainer Friedrich, Camilla Geels, Tiia Grönholm, Tomas Halenka, Matthias Ketzel, Androniki Maragkidou (+12 others)
2022 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
Earth system modelling offers considerable potential by providing a consistent framework for treating scales and processes, especially where there are significant feedbacks, such as those related to aerosols  ...  While this paper is not an exhaustive review of all research areas in the field of air quality, we have selected key topics that we feel are important from air quality research and policy perspectives.  ...  For road transport, data from continuously monitoring the traffic volume are available, and statistical data provide the electricity production from power plants.  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-22-4615-2022 fatcat:h3k3pdzz7zgmpajbilc3yvutha

The wildfire problem in areas contaminated by the Chernobyl disaster

Alan A. Ager, Richard Lasko, Viktor Myroniuk, Sergiy Zibtsev, Michelle A. Day, Vladimir Usenya, Vadim Bogomolov, Ivan Kovalets, Cody Evers
2019 Science of the Total Environment  
Wildfirecaused emissions of radionuclides in Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia are a socio-ecological problem that will require defragmenting existing risk management systems and leveraging multiple short-and  ...  Specifically, the modeling system can now be used to explore a wide range of fire management scenarios for the contaminated areas and contribute to a comprehensive fire management strategy that targets  ...  We are also grateful to Ken Bunzel and Chris Ringo for support on spatial analysis. We thank Matt Gregory for a review of the fuels data methodology and three anonymous reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.133954 fatcat:sa467ulgwzhgfmvuvxwaxm4ski

The Cariboo Alpine Mesonet: sub-hourly hydrometeorological observations of British Columbia's Cariboo Mountains and surrounding area since 2006

Marco A. Hernández-Henríquez, Aseem R. Sharma, Mark Taylor, Hadleigh D. Thompson, Stephen J. Déry
2018 Earth System Science Data  
</strong> This article presents the development of a sub-hourly database of hydrometeorological conditions collected in British Columbia's (BC's) Cariboo Mountains and surrounding area extending from 2006  ...  data and lessons learned thus far in developing this mesoscale network of hydrometeorological stations in the data-sparse Cariboo Mountains.  ...  and interest in our research.  ... 
doi:10.5194/essd-10-1655-2018 fatcat:hmog7nw4vrfo5p2iq3vgkkiyce

Opportunities from Remote Sensing for Supporting Water Resources Management in Village/Valley Scale Catchments in the Upper Indus Basin

Nathan Forsythe, Hayley J. Fowler, Chris G. Kilsby, David R. Archer
2011 Water resources management  
The correlations between local (point-based) observations and remotely-sensed spatial data products are tested across a wide range of spatial aggregations.  ...  Although the temporal overlap is limited between river gauging data available to this study and the MODIS observational record, numerical analysis of relationships between relative anomalies in the spatial  ...  We wish to thank the Pakistan Meteorological Department and the Water and Power Development Authority for the provision of climate and flow data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11269-011-9933-8 fatcat:a3edey3go5gklpeta3ebvymtji

Data Semantics [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of GIS  
Cross-References Data Infrastructure, Spatial Geography Markup Language (GML) Metadata and Interoperability, Geospatial National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) OGC's Open Standards for Geospatial Interoperability  ...  Web Mapping and Web Cartography Web Services, Geospatial Cross-References Internet-Based Spatial Information Retrieval Internet GIS  ...  and retrieval system, the core of an SDI resides in its source data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-17885-1_100256 fatcat:npcac6ns2zdjfokmwpmzb2s6km

Ground, Proximal and Satellite Remote Sensing of Soil Moisture

Ebrahim Babaeian, Morteza Sadeghi, Scott B. Jones, Carsten Montzka, Harry Vereecken, Markus Tuller
2019 Reviews of Geophysics  
devoted in recent years to advance SM measurement and monitoring capabilities from the point to the global scales.  ...  Because of the importance and wide-ranging applicability of highly variable spatial and temporal SM information that links the water, energy, and carbon cycles, significant efforts and resources have been  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) via grants 1521164 and 1521469 awarded to the University of Arizona and Utah State University.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2018rg000618 fatcat:hcfa2uqiz5ffnf7o3fijc6rnwu

Understanding risk: what makes a risk assessment successful?

Richard Murnane, Alanna Simpson, Brenden Jongman
2016 International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment  
A collection of the spatial, intensity, and temporal characteristics for events in an event set is termed a hazard catalog.  ...  made in creating new open source hazard and risk modelling software.  ...  Taken as a group, these case studies evidence the need for continued investment in accurate and useful risk information and provide recommendations for the future.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijdrbe-06-2015-0033 fatcat:v3qekkinbzfwhagau5bmars4fe

Upscaling urban data science for global climate solutions

Felix Creutzig, Steffen Lohrey, Xuemei Bai, Alexander Baklanov, Richard Dawson, Shobhakar Dhakal, William F. Lamb, Timon McPhearson, Jan Minx, Esteban Munoz, Brenna Walsh
2019 Global Sustainability  
in cities and urban areas.  ...  We present three routes for expanding knowledge on global urban areas: mainstreaming data collections, amplifying the use of big data and taking further advantage of computational methods to analyse qualitative  ...  Material for this paper was prepared for, and presented at a special session of, the IPCC Cities and Climate Change Conference, 5-7th March 2018. T.M.'  ... 
doi:10.1017/sus.2018.16 fatcat:ozuehvb27zb77oj6pgtqrrb4fi

Using Multitemporal Imagery to Improve Mapping and Inventory of Forested Roads in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

David M. Banach, Colin N. Brooks, Mark A. Fedora
2016 Transportation Research Record  
for O 2 using an AAnderaa optode.  ...  We will present these data, showing instances of severe CO 2 limitation in both lakes, and major spatial differences in Net P and respiration rates, for example with areas in Lake Erie near the Detroit  ...  These models provide an insight into the sources and processes that deliver sediment to the harbors, bays and open lake.  ... 
doi:10.3141/2580-07 fatcat:hvnrxsqcwzgbjiogbyo6ltfcry

A new method to generate a high-resolution global distribution map of lake chlorophyll

Michael J. Sayers, Amanda G. Grimm, Robert A. Shuchman, Andrew M. Deines, David B. Bunnell, Zachary B. Raymer, Mark W. Rogers, Whitney Woelmer, David H. Bennion, Colin N. Brooks, Matthew A. Whitley, David M. Warner (+1 others)
2015 International Journal of Remote Sensing  
for O 2 using an AAnderaa optode.  ...  We will present these data, showing instances of severe CO 2 limitation in both lakes, and major spatial differences in Net P and respiration rates, for example with areas in Lake Erie near the Detroit  ...  These models provide an insight into the sources and processes that deliver sediment to the harbors, bays and open lake.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01431161.2015.1029099 fatcat:5uugnnzklrgtlam6gfq7gwlxsy

An Integrative Information Aqueduct to Close the Gaps between Satellite Observation of Water Cycle and Local Sustainable Management of Water Resources

Zhongbo Su, Yijian Zeng, Nunzio Romano, Salvatore Manfreda, Félix Francés, Eyal Ben Dor, Brigitta Szabó, Giulia Vico, Paolo Nasta, Ruodan Zhuang, Nicolas Francos, János Mészáros (+8 others)
2020 Water  
multiple sources and scales of EO data?  ...  (UAS) data, in situ observations, analytical- and physical-based models, as well as big-data analytics with machine learning algorithms.  ...  We are grateful to the various water managers, companies and farmers in the related regions for supporting the iAqueduct project. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w12051495 fatcat:vskhb5elqfahbdhziw2b5ujcsm

A review on natural and human-induced geohazards and impacts in karst

F. Gutiérrez, M. Parise, J. De Waele, H. Jourde
2014 Earth-Science Reviews  
The environmental fragility of karst settings, together with their endemic hazardous processes, have received an increasing attention from the scientific community in the last decades.  ...  This has led to an escalation of karst-related environmental and engineering problems such as sinkholes, floods involving highly transmissive aquifers, and landslides developed on rocks weakened by karstification  ...  Acknowledgments The work carried out by FG has been supported by the research projects CGL2010-16775 (Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation and FEDER), 2012/GA-LC-021 (DGA-La Caixa) and CGL2013-40867  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2014.08.002 fatcat:eivd3jfoyngfre55n45rjpah2y

Mapping invasive Phragmites australis in the coastal Great Lakes with ALOS PALSAR satellite imagery for decision support

Laura L. Bourgeau-Chavez, Kurt P. Kowalski, Martha L. Carlson Mazur, Kirk A. Scarbrough, Richard B. Powell, Colin N. Brooks, Brian Huberty, Liza K. Jenkins, Elizabeth C. Banda, David M. Galbraith, Zachary M. Laubach, Kevin Riordan
2013 Journal of Great Lakes research  
However, assessing the processes driving interannual variability in oxygen and the small-scale temporal and spatial patchiness in DO depletion (-2 to +1 mg/L/d) remain unknown.  ...  The use of a vertical oxygen budget enabled us to quantify how much of the DO variability is controlled by physical processes, relative to biological processes and the sediment oxygen demand (SOD).  ...  The ROVER platform is based on an inflatable hull and is powered by a modified electric trolling motor.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jglr.2012.11.001 fatcat:nkzrhb6i4fdp7eje2qd5qsahwu

The International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics

1930 Nature  
Computer simulations for a point source of heat in an elastic halfspace, for a point source of pressure (force) in an elastic halfspace, and for point source of mass change have revealed, that all these  ...  The new scheme allows for an arbitrary position of the material discontinuity in the spatial grid.  ...  The phase velocity does not differ from the actual velocity more than, approximately, 0.9 % and 0.5 % for the spatial sampling ratios and s = 1 6 / , respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1038/126585a0 fatcat:5xfyfclywjcc7otgmrquwp43ve
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