Human impact are changing deltas, and the consequences for natural and cultural heritage

Rationale: Scientific research on delta systems has traditionally taken discipline-specific approaches at localized scales, and has been primarily focused on hydrology and sediment transport.

Ashraf Ali

Haider Ali

Philip Barker

Adrian Bass

Ahmed Chowdhury

Sourav Das

Trinh Anh Duc

Thi Thuy Duong

Hayley Fowler

Tuhin Ghosh

 

 

The Team

Robiul Hasan

Andy Henderson

Shah Alam Khan

Andy Large

Qiuhua Liang

Suzanne McGowan

Heather Moorhouse

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Hue Nguyen

Tanh Nguyen

 

Virginia Panizzo

Nguyen Thanh Phong

Lucy Roberts

Sarah Taylor

Alex Tejedor

Tri Van

Tuong Thuy Vu

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Jiaheng Zhao

Ying Zheng

Delta planning and management have focused on top-down, problem-specific responses. For longer-term delta-scale ‘adaptive’ planning, we need to widen delta communities’ knowledge of a range of environmental parameters and of the connected nature of water quality, flood risk and ecosystem responses. With delta-dwellers, WP3 will quantify and assess how human impacts are changing delta ecosystems. It will assess the consequences for natural and cultural heritage, both at present and in the future. From this, tools will be developed to communicate the status of delta ecosystem health for managers, farmers, policy makers and local communities.

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Human impact are changing deltas, and the consequences for natural and cultural heritage

Rationale: Scientific research on delta systems has traditionally taken discipline-specific approaches at localized scales, and has been primarily focused on hydrology and sediment transport.

Delta planning and management have focused on top-down, problem-specific responses. For longer-term delta-scale ‘adaptive’ planning, we need to widen delta communities’ knowledge of a range of environmental parameters and of the connected nature of water quality, flood risk and ecosystem responses. With delta-dwellers, WP3 will quantify and assess how human impacts are changing delta ecosystems. It will assess the consequences for natural and cultural heritage, both at present and in the future. From this, tools will be developed to communicate the status of delta ecosystem health for managers, farmers, policy makers and local communities.

Human impact are changing deltas, and the consequences for natural and cultural heritage

Rationale: Scientific research on delta systems has traditionally taken discipline-specific approaches at localized scales, and has been primarily focused on hydrology and sediment transport.

Ashraf Ali

Haider Ali

Philip Barker

Adrian Bass

Ahmed Chowdhury

Sourav Das

Trinh Anh Duc

Thi Thuy Duong

Hayley Fowler

Tuhin Ghosh

Robiul Hasan

Andy Henderson

Shah Alam Khan

Andy Large

Qiuhua Liang

Suzanne McGowan

Heather Moorhouse

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Hue Nguyen

Tanh Nguyen

 

Virginia Panizzo

Nguyen Thanh Phong

Lucy Roberts

Sarah Taylor

Alex Tejedor

Tri Van

Tuong Thuy Vu

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Jiaheng Zhao

Ying Zheng

Delta planning and management have focused on top-down, problem-specific responses. For longer-term delta-scale ‘adaptive’ planning, we need to widen delta communities’ knowledge of a range of environmental parameters and of the connected nature of water quality, flood risk and ecosystem responses. With delta-dwellers, WP3 will quantify and assess how human impacts are changing delta ecosystems. It will assess the consequences for natural and cultural heritage, both at present and in the future. From this, tools will be developed to communicate the status of delta ecosystem health for managers, farmers, policy makers and local communities.

Human impact are changing deltas, and the consequences for natural and cultural heritage

Rationale: Scientific research on delta systems has traditionally taken discipline-specific approaches at localized scales, and has been primarily focused on hydrology and sediment transport.

Ashraf Ali

Haider Ali

Philip Barker

Adrian Bass

Ahmed Chowdhury

Sourav Das

Trinh Anh Duc

Thi Thuy Duong

Hayley Fowler

Tuhin Ghosh

Robiul Hasan

Andy Henderson

Shah Alam Khan

Andy Large

Qiuhua Liang

Virginia Panizzo

Nguyen Thanh Phong

Lucy Roberts

Sarah Taylor

Alex Tejedor

Tri Van

Tuong Thuy Vu

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Jiaheng Zhao

Ying Zheng

Suzanne McGowan

Heather Moorhouse

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Hue Nguyen

Tanh Nguyen

Human impact are changing deltas, and the consequences for natural and cultural heritage

Rationale: Scientific research on delta systems has traditionally taken discipline-specific approaches at localized scales, and has been primarily focused on hydrology and sediment transport.

Ashraf Ali

Haider Ali

Philip Barker

Adrian Bass

Ahmed Chowdhury

Sourav Das

Trinh Anh Duc

Thi Thuy Duong

Hayley Fowler

Tuhin Ghosh

Robiul Hasan

Andy Henderson

Shah Alam Khan

Andy Large

Qiuhua Liang

Suzanne McGowan

Heather Moorhouse

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Hue Nguyen

Tanh Nguyen

Virginia Panizzo

Nguyen Thanh Phong

Lucy Roberts

Sarah Taylor

Alex Tejedor

Tri Van

Tuong Thuy Vu

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Jiaheng Zhao

Ying Zheng

 

 

Delta planning and management have focused on top-down, problem-specific responses. For longer-term delta-scale ‘adaptive’ planning, we need to widen delta communities’ knowledge of a range of environmental parameters and of the connected nature of water quality, flood risk and ecosystem responses. With delta-dwellers, WP3 will quantify and assess how human impacts are changing delta ecosystems. It will assess the consequences for natural and cultural heritage, both at present and in the future. From this, tools will be developed to communicate the status of delta ecosystem health for managers, farmers, policy makers and local communities.