Search Results for resilience
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2010) 1 (1): 2-16.
Date Online: 01 March 2010
...Guy Howard; Katrina Charles; Kathy Pond; Anca Brookshaw; Rifat Hossain; Jamie Bartram Drinking-water supply and sanitation services are essential for human health, but their technologies and management systems are potentially vulnerable to climate change. An assessment was made of the resilience of...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2015) 6 (1): 38-54.
Date Online: 30 August 2014
... how countries evolved towards very different rationales of resilience. Answering questions as ‘who decides’, ‘who should act’ and ‘who is responsible and liable for flood damage’ systematically, results in a quite fundamental difference in what resilience means, and how this affects the governance...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2012) 3 (2): 110-124.
Date Online: 01 June 2012
... Bangladesh. Based on the projections of climate models and associated key vulnerabilities being assessed, this paper features the evaluation of potential technological resilience of specific small drinking water systems from the Bangladesh perspective. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 23 3 2011...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2015) 6 (4): 729-742.
Date Online: 15 November 2014
... research was provided under NWO-WOTRO grant W01.65.339.00 for the Integrated Programme ‘Communities and institutions for flood resilience: enhancing knowledge and capacity to manage flood risk in the Bangladeshi and Dutch Deltas’. We are extremely grateful to UNESCO-IHE for providing the necessary support...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2015) 6 (4): 695-710.
Date Online: 01 June 2015
... objectives, can have significant impact on ATP occurrence and timing. E-mail: email@example.com 9 7 2013 13 4 2015 © IWA Publishing 2015 2015 adaptation opportunities adaptation tipping points climate change flood risk management resilience urban drainage...
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2018) 9 (3): 449-462.
Date Online: 30 May 2018
... developed for a different purpose, or unknowingly prove to be climate change resilient later on (spontaneous adaptation). In view of the above, the objective of this study was to identify the existing climate change resilient fisheries strategies adopted by the local fisher folk in the floodplain wetlands...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2019) 10 (3): 591-609.
Date Online: 02 February 2018
...Babak Zolghadr-Asli; Omid Bozorg-Haddad; Xuefeng Chu Abstract This study's objective is to assess the potential impact of climate change on an example under-design hydropower system in the Karkheh River basin, Iran. Based on three water resources performance criteria (reliability, resiliency, and...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2018) 9 (1): 112-123.
Date Online: 06 October 2017
... adaptation and with little scope for defining the success or failure of adaptive actions,’ the lack of definition could be caused by a ‘lack of consensus’, where ‘observed adaptation and its impacts on sustainability, equity and resilience use many criteria as their yardstick of success’ ( Doria et al...
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Journal of Water and Climate Change (2018) 9 (3): 598-610.
Date Online: 29 March 2018
... highlighted to improve water productivity and farmer resilience. However, the logistic models revealed also that the significant variables linked essentially to farmer willingness to accept new water management strategies reflected their level of satisfaction about the way the water supply is managed (source...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2015) 6 (4): 880-890.
Date Online: 09 February 2015
in Effects of the uncertainties of climate change on the performance of hydropower systems > Journal of Water and Climate Change
Published: 02 February 2018
Figure 12 Resiliency of the hydropower system under the baseline and climate change condition. More
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2017) 8 (2): 219-234.
Date Online: 05 December 2016
... resilience of the people as 100%, the resilience of human, physical, natural, financial and socio-economic capitals are estimated to be reduced by 55%, 53%, 87%, 60% and 64%, respectively against 30.5 cm permanent inundation. For 61 cm permanent inundation, the resilience of people at human, natural...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2010) 1 (1): 87-101.
Date Online: 01 March 2010
... which people can cope with future environmental changes, whether caused by climate change or other factors such as land use changes and water resources development. This article analyses the resilience and adaptive capacity of rural livelihoods around Cambodia's Tonle Sap Lake, an exceptional lake...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2013) 4 (3): 176-192.
Date Online: 18 April 2013
... the WDS resilience, and (3) minimisation of GHG emissions. The resilience index serves as a measure of the WDS's intrinsic capability to ensure continuity of supply to users after sudden failure conditions, whilst the GHG emissions serve as a measure of environmental performance and climate change...
Journal of Water and Climate Change jwc2018117.
Date Online: 11 April 2018
...Osman Jussah; Mohamed O. M. Orabi; Janez Sušnik; Françoise Bichai; Chris Zevenbergen Abstract Growing water demand poses a challenge for supply. Poor understanding of alternative sources can hamper plans for addressing water scarcity and supply resilience. The potential of three alternative supply...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2016) 7 (4): 651-664.
Date Online: 20 October 2016
... negatively influence the flood risk communication strategies and community resilience. Based on these insights, we provide recommendations for further improving the communication about flood risks, and ways in which it could be better targeted and used throughout the disaster cycle to help strengthen...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2015) 6 (4): 759-771.
Date Online: 14 July 2015
... deltas. Taking a governance perspective, we assess the potential of ADM to contribute to each of the five governance capabilities required to deal with wicked problems: reflexivity, responsiveness, resilience, revitalization and rescaling. We conclude that ADM can contribute substantially to the...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2016) 7 (3): 485-497.
Date Online: 07 January 2016
... adaptation considerations. This paper considers the adaptation capacity of conventional water treatment systems. A modeling framework is used to illustrate climate adaptation mechanisms that could enable conventional treatment systems to accommodate water quality impairments. Treatment system resiliency is...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2015) 6 (2): 300-312.
Date Online: 26 September 2014
... during extreme storms, compared with the wave climate reconstructed for 1958–2001, combined with anticipated higher storm surges, is expected to result in a lower resilience of the sea shore to erosion and flooding. Although nourishment operations conducted along the open sea shore of the Hel Peninsula...
Journal of Water and Climate Change (2015) 6 (3): 628-637.
Date Online: 19 February 2015
... hydrologic risk at the regional level before and after completion of the Four Major Rivers Restoration Project at the Nakdong River Basin, South Korea. Finally, sensitivity analysis was conducted to evaluate the extent of the resilience of the Nakdong River Basin based on climate change scenarios to extend...