Characterization and integrated risk assessments of deltaic social-ecological systems

Rationale: Current scientific understanding of delta regions lacks integration of community-based and natural-cultural-sensitive risk characterization.

Amir AghaKouchak

Sayem Ahmed

Huili Chen

Suzanne Chilton

Ahmed Chowdhury

Emile Cremin

Darren Duxbury

Anisul Haqu

Zahid Hasan

Binh Ho

Ziaul Islam

The Team

Shah Alam Khan

Andy Large

Qiuhua Liang

Umme Kulsum Navera

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen

Hue Nguyen

Thai Nguyen

Indrajit Pal

Malay Pramanik

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Fabrice Renaud

Manoj Roy

Souvanic Roy

Mashfiqus Salehin

Manas Sanyal

Smriti Sharma

Sylvia Szabo

Parmeshwar Udmale

Tri Van

Kien van Nguyen

WP2 addresses this gap through collection, analysis and modelling of relevant data within an innovative CHANS (coupled human and natural systems) framework. It will deliver an integrated hazard-exposure-vulnerability risk assessment framework for delta social-ecological systems (link: WP4). WP2 will also address knowledge gaps in social equity analysis at the delta scale, and help provide the disaggregated datasets required in WP5.

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Characterization and integrated risk assessments of deltaic social-ecological systems

Rationale: Current scientific understanding of delta regions lacks integration of community-based and natural-cultural-sensitive risk characterization.

WP2 addresses this gap through collection, analysis and modelling of relevant data within an innovative CHANS (coupled human and natural systems) framework. It will deliver an integrated hazard-exposure-vulnerability risk assessment framework for delta social-ecological systems (link: WP4). WP2 will also address knowledge gaps in social equity analysis at the delta scale, and help provide the disaggregated datasets required in WP5.

Rationale: Disciplinary silos have limited understanding of the relationships between the heritages of diverse delta populations, their livelihood strategies, and impacts of human activities and environmental change upon deltas.

Characterization and integrated risk assessments of deltaic social-ecological systems

Amir AghaKouchak

Sayem Ahmed

Huili Chen

Suzanne Chilton

Ahmed Chowdhury

Emile Cremin

Darren Duxbury

Anisul Haqu

Zahid Hasan

Binh Ho

Ziaul Islam

Shah Alam Khan

Andy Large

Qiuhua Liang

Umme Kulsum Navera

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen

Hue Nguyen

Thai Nguyen

Indrajit Pal

Malay Pramanik

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Fabrice Renaud

Manoj Roy

Souvanic Roy

Mashfiqus Salehin

Manas Sanyal

Smriti Sharma

Sylvia Szabo

Parmeshwar Udmale

Tri Van

Kien van Nguyen

WP2 addresses this gap through collection, analysis and modelling of relevant data within an innovative CHANS (coupled human and natural systems) framework. It will deliver an integrated hazard-exposure-vulnerability risk assessment framework for delta social-ecological systems (link: WP4). WP2 will also address knowledge gaps in social equity analysis at the delta scale, and help provide the disaggregated datasets required in WP5.

Rationale: Disciplinary silos have limited understanding of the relationships between the heritages of diverse delta populations, their livelihood strategies, and impacts of human activities and environmental change upon deltas.

Characterization and integrated risk assessments of deltaic social-ecological systems

Amir AghaKouchak

Sayem Ahmed

Huili Chen

Suzanne Chilton

Ahmed Chowdhury

Emile Cremin

Darren Duxbury

Anisul Haqu

Zahid Hasan

Binh Ho

Ziaul Islam

Shah Alam Khan

Andy Large

Qiuhua Liang

Umme Kulsum Navera

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen

Hue Nguyen

Thai Nguyen

Indrajit Pal

Malay Pramanik

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Fabrice Renaud

Manoj Roy

Souvanic Roy

Mashfiqus Salehin

Manas Sanyal

Smriti Sharma

Sylvia Szabo

Parmeshwar Udmale

Tri Van

Kien van Nguyen

WP2 addresses this gap through collection, analysis and modelling of relevant data within an innovative CHANS (coupled human and natural systems) framework. It will deliver an integrated hazard-exposure-vulnerability risk assessment framework for delta social-ecological systems (link: WP4). WP2 will also address knowledge gaps in social equity analysis at the delta scale, and help provide the disaggregated datasets required in WP5.

Characterization and integrated risk assessments of deltaic social-ecological systems

Rationale: Current scientific understanding of delta regions lacks integration of community-based and natural-cultural-sensitive risk characterization.

Amir AghaKouchak

Sayem Ahmed

Huili Chen

Suzanne Chilton

Ahmed Chowdhury

Emile Cremin

Darren Duxbury

Anisul Haqu

Zahid Hasan

Binh Ho

Ziaul Islam

Shah Alam Khan

Andy Large

Qiuhua Liang

Umme Kulsum Navera

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen

Hue Nguyen

Thai Nguyen

Indrajit Pal

Malay Pramanik

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Fabrice Renaud

Manoj Roy

Souvanic Roy

Mashfiqus Salehin

Manas Sanyal

Smriti Sharma

Sylvia Szabo

Parmeshwar Udmale

Tri Van

Kien van Nguyen

WP2 addresses this gap through collection, analysis and modelling of relevant data within an innovative CHANS (coupled human and natural systems) framework. It will deliver an integrated hazard-exposure-vulnerability risk assessment framework for delta social-ecological systems (link: WP4). WP2 will also address knowledge gaps in social equity analysis at the delta scale, and help provide the disaggregated datasets required in WP5.