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    • Klepp, Silja; Chavez-Rodriguez, Libertad (2018)
      This edited volume brings together critical research on climate change adaptation discourses, policies, and practices from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Drawing on examples from countries including Colombia, Mexico, ...
    • Exenberger, Andreas (2011)
      "The publications of the interdisciplinary and internationally networked Research Platform “World Order – Religion – Violence” seek to improve our understanding of the relationship between religion, politics and violence. ...
    • Nakanishi, Tomoko M.; Tanoi, Keitaro; Nakanishi, Tomoko M.; Tanoi, Keitaro (2013)
      Environmental Monitoring/Analysis; Agriculture; Food Science; Plant Ecology; Animal Ecology; Marine & Freshwater Sciences
    • Nakanishi, Tomoko M.; Tanoi, Keitaro (2016)
      Environmental Monitoring/Analysis; Agriculture; Plant Sciences; Ecology
    • Koch, Eva-Maria; Erschbamer, Brigitta (2012)
      The subalpine zone of the inner Oetz Valley (Obergurgl/Vent, Tyrol, Austria) was influenced by human activities since several thousands of years. As a consequence a high diversity of plant communities developed at formerly ...
    • Turpin, Etienne (2013)
      Research regarding the significance and consequence of anthropogenic transformations of the earth’s land, oceans, biosphere and climate have demonstrated that, from a wide variety of perspectives, it is very likely that ...
    • Nilsson, Annika E.; Christensen, Miyase (2019)
      Arctic Geopolitics, Media and Power provides a fresh way of looking at the potential and limitations of regional international governance in the Arctic region. Far-reaching impacts of climate change, its wealth of ...
    • Poynton, Scott (2015)
      Certification emerged from the 1992 Rio Earth Summit amidst great hope that we would finally begin to address the wicked environmental and social problems facing our globe. Despite a proliferation of certification schemes ...
    • Komiyama, Hiroshi (2014)
      Sustainable Development; Energy Policy, Economics and Management; Energy Efficiency (incl. Buildings); Climate Change Management and Policy; Renewable and Green Energy; Environmental Engineering/Biotechnology
    • Ruppert, Hans; Ibendorf, Jens (2017)
      The challenge of this interdisciplinary research on sustainable bioenergy production in rural areas is how to reconcile the chances and risks of bioenergy production within the context of climate stabilization, resource ...
    • Ruppert, Hans; Ibendorf, Jens (2017)
      The challenge of this interdisciplinary research on sustainable bioenergy production in rural areas is how to reconcile the chances and risks of bioenergy production within the context of climate stabilization, resource ...
    • Thomson, Harriet; Petrova, Saska; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Simcock, Neil (2018)
      This book aims to provide a global perspective on energy poverty, with the aid of novel theoretical approaches that disturb entrenched scientific preconceptions and policy prescriptions. We are particularly interested in ...
    • Thomson, Harriet; Petrova, Saska; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Simcock, Neil (2018)
      We began this book with the aim of providing the first global and comparative perspective on energy vulnerability, in order to advance debates on the systemic processes and conditions that (re)produce domestic energy ...
    • Fitzer, Susan C.; Bin San Chan, Vera; Meng, Yuan; Chandra Rajan, Kanmani; Suzuki, Michio; Not, Christelle; Toyofuku, Takashi; Fal, Laura (2019)
      Ocean acidification (OA) is the decline in seawater pH and saturation levels of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) minerals that has led to concerns for calcifying organisms such as corals, oysters and mussels because of the adverse ...
    • Gribben, Paul E.; Angelini, Christine; Altieri, Andrew H.; Bishop, Melanie J.; Thomsen, Mads S.; Bulleri, Fabio (2019)
      Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review remains one of the most cited sources in marine science and oceanography. The ever increasing interest in work in oceanography and marine biology and its relevance to global ...
    • Morchain, Daniel (2018)
      Adaptation to climate change has always been part of life on earth. Yet, according to the scientific literature – such as the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) – the ...
    • Morris, Rebecca L.; Heery, Eliza C.; Loke, Lynette H.L.; Lau, Edward; Strain, Elisabeth M.A.; Airoldi, Laura; Alexander, Karen A.; Bishop, Melanie J.; Coleman, Ross A.; Cordell, Jeffery R.; Dong, Yun-Wei; Firth, Louise B.; Hawkins, Stephen J.; Heath, Tom; Kokora, Michael; Lee, Shing Yip; Miller, Jon K.; Perkol-Finkel, Shimrit; Rella, Andrew; Steinberg, Peter D.; Takeuchi, Ichiro; Thompson, Richard C.; Todd, Peter A.; Leung, Kenneth M.Y. (2019)
      Human population growth and accelerating coastal development have been the drivers for unprecedented construction of artificial structures along shorelines globally. Construction has been recently amplified by societal ...
    • Nagelkerken, Ivan; Doney, Scott C.; Munday, Philip L. (2019)
      Human activities are altering a wide range of key marine cues at local and global scales, and it is important to know how animals may respond. Species survival and performance depend on the ability of individuals to ...
    • Nestola, Fabrizio; Armbruster, Thomas; Micaela Danisi, Rosa (2015)
      The history of ringwoodite started in 1869 in a remote locality in the south-west of Queensland in Australia. Mr. Michael Hammond witnessed a meteorite shower close to the junction between Cooper and Kyabra Creeks (Lat. ...
    • Heikkinen, Anna; Mäkelä, Hannele; Kujala, Johanna; Nieminen, Jere; Jokinen, Ari; Rekola, Hanna (2019)
      This chapter argues that the discussion of urban sustainability is in urgent need of new understanding of how ecosystem services are generated in places where human and non-human stakeholders interact within the urban ...