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SONG, Jinlai (author)
Wildfires are widely viewed as key evolving inputs of Mediterranean ecosystem. But anthropogenic climate changes and other socioecological recessions have transformed normal wildfire into megafire, especially under the intensifying challenges posed by agricultural abandonment and the rapid growth of tourism. So that the paradigm shift is needed...
master thesis 2023
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WONG, YIN WAH (author)
As the world’s largest intertidal area, the Wadden Sea Region has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2009 .In addition to the scenic and ecological values, the Dutch Wadden Sea also serves as an infrastructure to safeguard the coastline of the mainland as a climate buffer, where it is good to live, work and recreate.<br/>The...
master thesis 2022
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Meyer, Han (author)
In order to provide a sustainable development strategy to ensure the long term survival of coastal and deltaic areas, the lagoon of Venice and the delta of Rotterdam were exanimated for possible alternatives. This article investigated the historical development of the city-water relationship in the two cities. The main focus was on the changes...
journal article 2022
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Chouairi, A. (author)
Transitional territories such as lagoons are among the most impacted and delicate environments, threatened by the combined effects of climate change and human action. This Master thesis in Landscape Architecture examines the Venetian Lagoon in North of Italy as one of the most endangered and critical cases, as the last extreme flooding event of...
master thesis 2020
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