2015

AGU Fall Meeting 2015, December 14-18, 2015, San Francisco, California

  • Tessler, Z. D., C. J. Vorosmarty, M. Grossberg, I. Gladkova, H. Aizenman, J. P. Syvitski, and E. Foufoula-Georgiou, “The Geophysical, Anthropogenic, and Social Dimensions of Delta Risk: Estimating Contemporary and Future Risks at the Global Scale.”
  • Sebesvari, Z., M. Hagenlocher, S. Haas, and F. Renaud, “Development of Vulnerability Indicators for Deltaic Social-Ecological Systems Facing Multiple Environmental and Anthropogenic Hazards.”
  • Tejedor, A., A. Longjas, R. L. Caldwell, D. A. Edmonds, I. V. Zaliapin, and E. Foufoula-Georgiou, “Moving beyond the Galloway diagrams for delta classification: Connecting morphodynamic and sediment-mechanistic properties with metrics of delta channel network topology and dynamics.”
  • Brondizio, E., N. D. Vogt, S. Hetrick, S. M. F. da Costa,and E. Anthony, “A Conceptual Framework for Analyzing Deltas as Coupled Social-Ecological Systems: An example from the Amazon Delta.”
  • Wilson, C., S. L. Goodbred Jr., S. Sams, and C. Small, “Anthropogenic changes to the tidal channel network, sediment rerouting, and social implications in southwest Bangladesh.”
  • Higgins, S., I. Overeem, and J. P. Syvitski, “Impacts of the Indian Rivers Inter-link Project on Sediment Transport to River Deltas.”
  • Dürr, H. H., T. Maavara, and P. V. Cappellen, “Effects of Upstream Human Changes on Nutrient Fluxes to Major Deltas World-Wide.”
  • Ramachandran VI, R., “Where do the Nutrients go in Tropical Estuaries?”
  • Nicholls, R. J., Md. M. Rahman, M. Salehin, and C. Hutton, “Ecosystem services and livelihoods in deltaic environments.”
  • Lázár, A. N., A. Payo, R. J. Nicholls, C. Hutton, H. Adams, M. Salehin, A. Haque, D. Clarke, L. Bricheno, J. A. Fernandes, M. Rahman, A. Ahmed, and P. K. Streatfield, “An integrated framework to assess plausible future livelihood and poverty changes in deltas: an application to coastal Bangladesh.”
  • Kuenzer, C., P. Leinenkugel, J. Huth, M. Ottinger, F. Renaud, E. Foufoula-Georgiou, T. V. Khac, L. T. Thi, S. Dech, P. Koch, and M. L. Tissier, “The Potential of Time Series Based Earth Observation for the Monitoring of Large River Deltas.”
  • Saito, Y., V. L. Nguyen, T. K. O. Ta, T. Tamura, Y. Kanai, and R. Nakashima, “Tide and river influences on distributary channels of the Mekong River delta.”
  • Dunn, F. E., S. E. Darby and R. J. Nicholls, “Modelling Multidecadal Fluvial Sediment Fluxes to Deltas Under Future Environmental Change.”

Tessler, Z., and C. Vorosmarty. Global Environmental Change and Delta Risk. May 2015 

Szabo, S. Belmont Forum DELTAS CPC seminar. May 2015

Higgins, S., Overeem, I.  A WMT service component for HydroTrend: simulating sediment transport in large river deltas.  April 2015.

Overeem, I., Kettner, A.,  Borkowski, L., Russell, B., Peddicord, H.  Science on a Sphere: Deltas.  April 2015.

National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Management,  DELTA: Catalyzing action towards sustainability of deltaic systems with an integrated modeling framework for risk assessment, April 2015.

 

2014

Harrison. I.J., Foufoula-Georgiou, E., & Burkholder, B. (2014). Catalyzing action towards sustainability of deltaic systems in collaboration with colleagues in the Belmont Forum DELTAS project. IUCN World Congress on Protected Areas. Stream 4: Supporting Human Life. November 18, 2014. 

Deltas in Times of Climate Change II Conference, September 24-26, 2014, Rotterdam, Netherlands (Link)

 

2013

Harrison, I  and N. Thomas,  (2013). ‘The role of remote sensing data in conservation and sustainable management of the ecological functions and ecosystem services of deltas’. Poster Session on ‘Remote Sensing Applications Estuary and Delta Science and Management’.   American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Franciso, USA,  December 9, 2013.

Foufoula-Georgiou, E. Delta Decadal Initiative: A Framework for Actionable Research Towards Delta Sustainability. IAHS/IAPSO/IASPEI Joint Assembly. Gothenburg, Sweden. July 2013.