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Peer-reviewed Article
In Natural Hazards
Author:
Huynh Vuong Thu
Minh
Nguyen Van
Toan
Phan Chi
Nguyen
Tran Van
Ty
Kim
Lavane
Nguyen Thanh
Tam
Nigel K.
Downes
The low-lying Vietnamese Mekong Delta (VMD) is a key agricultural production landscape increasingly threatened by anthropogenic stresses and climate change. Among the different threats, droughts caused by extreme events, climate change and upstream developments, affect the delta the most. This paper explores the relationship between the intensity...
Book Chapter
In Disaster Risk and Management under Climate Change
Equity and fairness have a high significance in Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation as it is evident that disasters affect communities differently depending on their developmental levels, and social status. Any public policy or intervention on disaster risk reduction deals with communities that are at different ‘starting lines’ in...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Water
Author:
Gaddam
Yasaswini
Sambani
Kushala
Ganjikunta S. V.
Santhosh
Mude T. K.
Naik
Mijanur
Mondal
Uttiya
Dey
Kousik
Das
Soumyajit
Sarkar
There has been a growing concern over the occurrence of fluoride (F−) in groundwater and the impact of F− exposure on human health issues over the past decades. So, this study conducted a regional–scale assessment of the occurrence and trend of groundwater F− distribution [2014–2018] integrated with locally field–based investigations on F− exposure...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Atmosphere
Author:
Huynh Vuong Thu
Minh
Bui Thi Bich
Lien
Dang Thi Hong
Ngoc
Tran Van
Ty
Nguyen Vo Chau
Ngan
Nguyen Phuoc
Cong
Nigel K.
Downes
Gowhar
Meraj
This study examines the changing rainfall patterns in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta (VMD) utilizing observational data spanning from 1978 to 2022. We employ the Mann–Kendall test, the sequential Mann–Kendall test, and innovative trend analysis to investigate trends in annual, wet, and dry season rainfall, as well as daily rainfall events. Our results...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Scientifica
Author:
Rinki
Bhattarai
Binaya Kumar
Mishra
Deepa
Bhattarai
Dipendra
Khatiwada
Gowhar
Meraj
This study assessed the hydropower potential of a mountain watershed within the Sunkoshi River basin in Sindupalchok, Nepal, utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) hydrological model. Topographical, soil and land use, meteorological, and discharge data were employed to characterize the study...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Sustainability
Author:
Thomas
Hickmann
Frank
Biermann
Carole-Anne
Sénit
Yixian
Sun
Magdalena
Bexell
Mitzi
Bolton
Basil
Bornemann
Jecel
Censoro
Aurelia
Charles
Dominique
Coy
Frederik
Dahlmann
Felicitas
Fritzche
Thiago Gehre
Galvo
Jarrod
Graninger-Brown
Christina
Inoue
Kristina
Jönsson
Montserrat
Koloffon Rosas
Kerstin
Krellenberg
Enayat
Moallemi
Ivonne
Lobos Alva
Shirin
Malekpour
Dianty
Ningrum
Aneliya
Paneva
Lena
Partzsch
Rodrigo
Ramiro
Rob
Raven
Eszter
Szedlacsek
John
Thompson
Melanie
van Driel
Jéssica
Viani Damasceno
Robert
Webb
Sabine
Weiland
A recent meta-analysis on the political impact of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has shown that these global goals are moving political processes forward only incrementally, with much variation across countries, sectors, and governance levels. Consequently, the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development remains uncertain...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Earth Systems and Environment
Author:
Shijir‑Erdene
Dolgorsuren
Byambakhuu
Ishgaldan
Purevtseren
Myagmartseren
Gowhar
Meraj
Suraj Kumar
Singh
Shruti
Kanga
Mansour
Almazroui
Central Asia's semi-arid regions, vital for sustaining vast populations and diverse ecosystems, are under heightened environmental stress. Among these regions, the Tuul River Basin, home to over half of Mongolia's population, characterizes the challenges posed by contemporary environmental shifts. This basin, a hub in Mongolia's socio-economic...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Climate
Author:
Simran
Bharti
Adyan Ul
Haq
L. T. Sasang
Guite
Shruti
Kanga
Fayma
Mushtaq
Majid
Farooq
Suraj Kumar
Singh
Gowhar
Meraj
Evaluating inherent vulnerability, an intrinsic characteristic becomes imperative for the formulation of adaptation strategies, particularly in highly complex and vulnerable regions of Himalayas. Jammu City, situated in the north-western Himalayas within a transitional zone between the Himalayan range and the plains, is not only susceptible to...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
Author:
Jatan
Debnath
Jimmi
Debbarma
Amal
Debnath
Gowhar
Meraj
Kesar
Chand
Suraj Kumar
Singh
Shruti
Kanga
Dhrubajyoti
Sahariah
Anup
Saikia
Frequent floods are a severe threat to the well-being of people the world over. This is particularly severe in developing countries like India where tropical monsoon climate prevails. Recently, flood hazard susceptibility mapping has become a popular tool to mitigate the effects of this threat. Therefore, the present study utilized four distinctive...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
Author:
Haowei
Xu
Fei
Zhang
Weipeng
Li
Jingchao
Shi
Mou Leong
Tan
This study analyzed the spatial-temporal change pattern and underlying factors in production-living-ecological space (PLES) of Nanchong City, China, over the past 20 years using historical land use data (2000, 2010, 2020). A land use transfer matrix was calculated from the historical land use maps, and spatial analysis was conducted to analyze...