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In Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

Finite freshwater sources are facing huge threats both for quality and quantity from uncertain global changes, namely population growth, rapid urbanization, and climate change....

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Peer-reviewed Article
English
May 2019 Topics:
In Applied Water Science

Achieving water security and availability for all is among the principle agenda of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. To achieve the goal of water security, particularly in...

Author: 
Chitresh
SARASWAT
Ram
AVTAR
Prashant
BHALANI
Peer-reviewed Article
English
April 2019 Topics:

In recent decades, the increased frequency of disaster events, particularly hydro-meteorological disasters, have threatened human lives and infrastructure. In the context of climate...

Author: 
Binaya Kumar
MISHRA
Chitresh
SARASWAT
Linh Nhat
LUU
Thuc
TRAN
Khiem Van
MAI
Shamik
CHAKRABORTY
Book Chapter
English
January 2019 Topics:
In Sustainability Science

The paper narrates an empirical research conducted for developing four alternative socio-ecological scenarios for the lower Gangetic delta in India (aka the Indian Sundarban). We...

Author: 
Shizuka
HASHIMOTO
Toshiya
OKURO
Mrittika
BASU
Peer-reviewed Article
English
November 2018 Topics:
In Sustainability Science

Population-decline and subsequent underuse of social-ecological landscapes are increasingly being recognized as one of the crucial drivers behind the loss and deterioration of...

Author: 
Shizuka
HASHIMOTO
Kei
KABAYA
Takanori
MATSUI
Chihiro
HAGA
Osamu
SAITO
Peer-reviewed Article
English
September 2018 Topics:

According to UN projections, cities will be home to 60% of the world’s population by 2030. Cities are likely to play an increasingly significant role in improving energy efficiency...

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Book Chapter
English
August 2018 Topics:

This chapter focuses on sediment disasters in Wakayama from a perspective of disaster risk reduction.

Author: 
Rajib
SHAW
Michiko
BANBA
Book Chapter
English
December 2016

The Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2004 was a mega-disaster that triggered massive disruption of ecological services across the South & Southeast Asian Coast. Particularly, loss of...

Author: 
Miwa
ABE
Rajib
SHAW
Book Chapter
English
June 2015
In Environmental Geochemistry and Health

Arsenic contamination in groundwater is
of increasing concern because of its high toxicity and
widespread occurrence. This study is an effort to trace
the factors...

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Peer-reviewed Article
English
August 2010 Topics:
Metrics for Mainstreaming Adaptation in Agriculture Sector

Agriculture is one of the most vulnerable sectors to climate change and main-streaming climate change adaptation considerations at the sectoral level is paramount. The current...

Book Chapter
English
July 2010 Topics: