Over the past three decades, significant theoretical and computational advancements have been made that facilitate identification, characterization and quantification of criticalities, thresholds, and risks associated with coupled natural-human systems. This stream focuses on theories, approaches, algorithms, software tools, and activities that facilitate understanding uncertainties and risks at the system level, system identification, and data assimilation.
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2018
Monday, June 25th
2:00 PM

A method to develop signals to trigger adaptation to sea-level rise

Scott Stephens
Rob G. Bell Dr, NIWA
Judy Lawrence, Victoria University of Wellington

2:00 PM - 3:20 PM

Tuesday, June 26th
3:40 PM

A fast, integrated model to explore multiple futures and pathways for the Bangladesh Delta

Bhuiya Md Tamim Al Hossain, Utrecht University
Marjolijn Haasnoot, Delft University of Technology
Hans Middelkoop, Utrecht University

3:40 PM - 5:00 PM