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Regional Assessment of Global Change Impacts

The Project GLOWA-Danube

  • Wolfram Mauser
  • Monika Prasch

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Wolfram Mauser, Monika Prasch, Ruth Weidinger, Sara Stöber
      Pages 3-18
    3. Andreas Ernst, Silke Kuhn, Roland Barthel, Stefan Janisch, Tatjana Krimly, Mario Sax et al.
      Pages 29-36
    4. Monika Prasch, Wolfram Mauser
      Pages 55-65
  3. Data

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 67-67
    2. Anja Colgan, Ralf Ludwig
      Pages 69-74
    3. Markus Muerth, Ralf Ludwig
      Pages 75-82
    4. Markus Probeck, Anja Colgan, Tatjana Krimly, Marcelo Zárate, Karl Schneider
      Pages 83-89
    5. Anja Colgan, Ruth Weidinger
      Pages 91-97
    6. Markus Weber, Monika Prasch, Michael Kuhn, Astrid Lambrecht, Wilfried Hagg
      Pages 109-115
    7. Andrea Reiter, Ruth Weidinger
      Pages 117-123
    8. Roland Barthel, Jürgen Braun, Vlad Rojanschi, Jens Wolf
      Pages 125-131
    9. Winfried Willems, Georg Kasper, Peter Klotz, Konstantin Stricker, Astrid Zimmermann
      Pages 133-137
    10. Matthias Egerer, Markus Zimmer, Markus Probeck
      Pages 139-145
    11. Matthias Egerer, Erich Langmantel, Markus Zimmer
      Pages 147-152
    12. Mario Sax, Jürgen Schmude, Alexander Dingeldey
      Pages 153-158
    13. Alexander Wirsig, Tatjana Krimly, Marta Stoll, Stephan Dabbert
      Pages 159-164
    14. Roland Barthel, Alejandro Meleg, Darla Nickel, Alexandar Trifkovic
      Pages 165-170
    15. Christian W. Klar, Peter Fiener, Karl Schneider
      Pages 171-176
    16. Thorben Römer, Jan van Heyden, Roland Barthel
      Pages 177-184
    17. Franziska Koch, Andrea Reiter, Heike Bach
      Pages 185-191
  4. Models

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 193-193
    2. Wolfram Mauser, Ralf Ludwig
      Pages 195-200
    3. Wolfram Mauser, Ralf Ludwig
      Pages 201-206
    4. Roland Barthel, Vlad Rojanschi, Jens Wolf
      Pages 207-213
    5. Roland Barthel, Darla Nickel
      Pages 215-220
    6. Winfried Willems, Georg Kasper, Peter Klotz, Konstantin Stricker, Astrid Zimmermann
      Pages 229-235
    7. Markus Weber, Michael Kuhn
      Pages 237-242
    8. Markus Weber, Monika Prasch, Michael Kuhn, Astrid Lambrecht
      Pages 243-249
    9. Barbara Früh, Volkmar Wirth, Josef Egger, Andreas Pfeiffer, Janus W. Schipper
      Pages 251-260
    10. Florian Zabel, Wolfram Mauser, Thomas Marke
      Pages 261-270
    11. Boris Thies, Thomas Nauss, Christoph Reudenbach, Jan Cermak, Jörg Bendix
      Pages 271-277
    12. Franziska Koch, Andrea Reiter, Heike Bach
      Pages 279-286
    13. Victoria I. S. Lenz-Wiedemann, Tim G. Reichenau, Christian W. Klar, Karl Schneider
      Pages 287-293
    14. Victoria I. S. Lenz-Wiedemann, Tim G. Reichenau, Christian W. Klar, Karl Schneider
      Pages 295-301
    15. Tim G. Reichenau, Christian W. Klar, Victoria I. S. Lenz-Wiedemann, Peter Fiener, Karl Schneider
      Pages 303-310
    16. Alexander Wirsig, Tatjana Krimly, Stephan Dabbert
      Pages 311-316
    17. Tatjana Krimly, Josef Apfelbeck, Marco Huigen, Stephan Dabbert
      Pages 317-322
    18. Andreas Ernst, Silke Kuhn, Carsten Schulz, Nina Schwarz, Roman Seidl
      Pages 323-330
    19. Andreas Ernst, Silke Kuhn, Roman Seidl
      Pages 331-337
    20. Nina Schwarz, Silke Kuhn, Roman Seidl, Andreas Ernst
      Pages 339-346
    21. Matthias Egerer, Markus Zimmer
      Pages 355-360
    22. Mario Sax, Jürgen Schmude, Alexander Dingeldey
      Pages 361-367

About this book

Introduction

This book provides an overview of the GLOWA-Danube research project from 2001 to 2011, a transdisciplinary initiative which explores the future of water resources in the Upper Danube Basin. It documents the purpose and unique approach, architecture, methodologies, scenarios and results of the project, creating a scientific knowledge base for the dialogue of stakeholders and scientists. The book offers a possible blueprint for successful global change science through integrative and transdisciplinary co-creation of knowledge and orientation for regional adaptation within the context of the Future Earth research program.

Keywords

Future Earth Global Change Adaptation Global Change Impacts Simulation Models Stakeholder Dialogue Water Supply

Editors and affiliations

  • Wolfram Mauser
    • 1
  • Monika Prasch
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of GeographyLudwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich)MunichGermany
  2. 2.Department of GeographyLudwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich)MunichGermany

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