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Morgan E. Gorris, James E. Neumann, Patrick L. Kinney, Megan Sheahan, and Marcus C. Sarofim

estimate the future number of people living within the projected endemic regions for valley fever and to calculate future projections of disease case counts, we used human population projections from the Integrated Climate and Land Use Scenarios, version 2 (ICLUSv2), model developed by the EPA ( Bierwagen et al. 2010 ; EPA 2017b ). The ICLUSv2 population estimates follow the shared socioeconomic pathways 2 scenario in which there is moderate population growth in the United States throughout the twenty

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Rebecca Bendick, Kyla M. Dahlin, Brian V. Smoliak, Lori Kumler, Sierra J. Jones, Athena Aktipis, Ezekiel Fugate, Rachel Hertog, Claus Moberg, and Dane Scott

conservation tillage and forest management, are cautiously recommended. However, because of fundamentally insufficient information about the long-term effectiveness of these methods and about their impacts on human and nonhuman living systems, we recommended that additional resources be invested in research related to land use management prior to wholesale investment in implementation. Finally, biofuels, hydrogen fuel cells, and strategies related to carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) are not

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Sabrina T. Jauernic and Matthew S. Van Den Broeke

, either direct or indirect, can lead to increased use of and more awareness of sheltering plans ( Senkbeil et al. 2012 ), a willingness to learn about and prepare for future tornadoes ( Blanchard-Boehm and Cook 2004 ), and even an increase in warning response rate ( Silver and Andrey 2014 ). Other studies have found no effect of prior experience on future behavior ( Nagele and Trainor 2012 ) or even an inverse relationship between prior experience with nonverifying tornado warnings and warning

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J. D. Tamerius, M. S. Perzanowski, L. M. Acosta, J. S. Jacobson, I. F. Goldstein, J. W. Quinn, A. G. Rundle, and J. Shaman

outdoor variability, and the heterogeneity of that response among different indoor environments are largely unknown ( Jendritzky and Dear 2009 ; White-Newsome et al. 2012 ). The predominant use of outdoor weather and climate data for studying human health outcomes is likely due to the widespread availability of such data and the relative paucity of existing indoor environmental data records. Here we investigate the associations between outdoor and indoor temperature and humidity for 327 middle

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Melanie M. Colavito, Sarah F. Trainor, Nathan P. Kettle, and Alison York

:// . Trainor , S. F. , T. Buxbaum , A. York , and A. Perrin , 2019 : Science communication as a driver of landscape change . Drivers of Landscape Change in the Northwest Boreal Region: A Synthesis of Information for Policy and Land Management , A. L.Sesser et al.,Eds., University of Alaska Press, 211–226 . Viereck , L. , 1995 : Institute of Northern Forestry to close . LTER Network News , 18 ( 1 ), 1 . Wall , T. U. , E. McNie , and G. M. Garfin , 2017a : Use

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Josyane Ronchail, Marianne Cohen, María Alonso-Roldán, Hélène Garcin, Benjamin Sultan, and Stéphane Angles

information system (Arcgis 10.1). The MAGRAMA database SIGPAC (Common Agricultural Policy GIS; MAGRAMA 2006 ) provides information about land use, and the Guadalquivir Basin Authority (Confederación Hidrográfíca del Guadalquivir) about irrigation ( CHG 2010 ) and current and future water resource ( Berbel 2008 ). (Water resources data are also available at ). 2) Farmers and stakeholders We selected 31 interviewees among stakeholders and farmers in order to

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Laura Vang Rasmussen, Ole Mertz, Kjeld Rasmussen, Hector Nieto, Abdou Ali, and Idrissa Maiga

). Moreover, 65% of global drylands consist of grassland used for livestock production, as these areas often are marginal for agriculture because of low or erratic rainfall or flood risks ( Mortimore 2009 ). In East Africa, a few studies have assessed the type of information pastoralists are assumed to be interested in ( Luseno et al. 2003 ; Kaitho et al. 2007 ). Kaitho et al. (2007) used real-time satellite weather data to simulate daily forage conditions and near-term forecasts of these conditions

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J. Nalau, S. Becken, S. Noakes, and B. Mackey

they have to operate now and in the future, and adaptation to weather, climate variability, and change is crucial ( Becken and Wilson 2016 ; Curtis et al. 2011 ; Michailidou et al. 2016 ). A well-adapted tourism sector can be competitive as it innovates destination products and services, uses less weather and climate dependent resources, and integrates climate information in its planning and development processes ( Michailidou et al. 2016 ; Pütz et al. 2011 ). There has simultaneously been a

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Ross Westoby, Rachel Clissold, and Karen E. McNamara

for highly exposed regions like the Pacific Ocean area [see the exception in Remling and Veitayaki (2016) ] that have many communities at the vanguard of adaptation. This paper explores some compelling alternative entry points for adaptation delivery and improved outcomes for local people in Vanuatu. In this way, we do not necessarily call for abandoning the use of CBA and community scales altogether but rather attempt to offer hope by identifying alternative entry points that can be used to

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Emmanuel Nyadzi, E. Saskia Werners, Robbert Biesbroek, Phi Hoang Long, Wietse Franssen, and Fulco Ludwig

, as farmers have to make several climate-sensitive decisions months in advance of the rice farming season ( Asante and Amuakwa-Mensah 2015 ). A similar challenge exists in irrigated rice farming. The difficulty of predicting rainfall and consequently river discharge affects the decisions of water managers about water distribution to the irrigated farmlands. The use of weather and climate forecasts could be an instrument that helps farmers in their decision-making to improve agricultural

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