Water resource planning and climate change

Dr. Quan Dau and his co-authors have recently contributed a book chapter on water and climate change: Sustainable Development, Environmental and Policy Issues. Full access: https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-99875-8.00004-5 Abstract: Climate change has many effects on the hydrological cycle, intensifying the discordance between historical and operational hydrology. Simultaneously, rapid population growth and economic Read more…

Ecosystem-based Adaptation and the successful implementation and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals

Dr Aminur Shah and his co-authors contributed interesting research on how ecosystem-based adaptation can help to archive sustainable development goals. Climate change is here, and the impacts we are already being seen around the world, from higher temperatures, rising sea levels, more frequent and intense droughts, floods, and wildfires, and Read more…

Reported evidence of greenness co-benefits on health, climate change mitigation, and adaptation

Dr. Pelin Kınay and her co-author conducted a review research on evidence of greenness co-benefits on health, climate change mitigation, and adaptation which is recently published in Environmental Research: Climate journal. Read more: https://doi.org/10.1088/2752-5295/ac4da2 This systematic review aims to appraise the quality of evidence on greenness co-benefits of climate change Read more…

Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural fields through bioresource management

Dr. Xander Wang  and his research team have recently published a study on the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural fields through bioresource management. This study is very important in reducing the emissions from agricultural soils and enhancing environmental sustainability in the future. Title: Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Read more…

Dr Xander and his research team has been recently published a study on flood risk management

Journal: Remote Sensing DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/rs14092138 Abstract: One-dimensional (1D) hydraulic models have been extensively used to conduct flood simulations for investigating flood depth and extent maps. However, the 1D models cannot simulate many other flood characteristics, such as flood velocity, duration, arrival time and recession time when the flow is not restricted within the Read more…