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Introduction to the Science of Mitigation and Adaptation

Course: OEAS 495/595 Advanced/Special Topics (one credit)
Teachers: Dr. Hans-Peter Plag





Ayyub, B. M., Kerney, M. S. (eds.), 2012. Sea Level Rise and Coastal Infrastructure -- Prediction, Risks, and Solutions. ASCE Council on Disaster Risk Management Monograph No. 6, American Society of Civil Engineering. Balbi, S., Giupponi, C., Perez, P., & Alberti, M. (2013). A spatial agent-based model for assessing strategies of adaptation to climate and tourism demand changes in an alpine tourism destination. Environmental Modelling & Software, 45, 29-51. Becken, S. (2005). Harmonising climate change adaptation and mitigation: The case of tourist resorts in Fiji. Global Environmental Change, 15, 381-393. Becken, S., & Patterson, M. (2006). Measring national carbon dioxide emissions from tourism as a key step towards achieving sustainable tourism. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 14(4), 323-338. Biesbroek, G. R., C. J. A. M. Termeer, et al. (2009). Institutional governance barriers for the development and implementation of climate adaptation strategies. International Human Dimensions Programme (IHDP) conference "Earth System Governance: People, Places, and the Planet", Amsterdam. Bigano, A., Bosello, F., & Roson, R. (2008). Economy-wide impacts of climate change: A joint analysis for sea level rise and tourism. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 13, 765-791.