Sustainable communities on a sustainable planet : the Human-Environment Regional Observatory project [E-Book] / edited by Brent Yarnal, Colin Polsky, James O'Brien.
Yarnal, Brent, (editor)
Polsky, Colin, (editor) / O'Brien, James, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009
1 online resource (viii, 340 pages)
englisch
9780521895699
9780511635694
Full Text
Table of Contents:
  • Infrastructure for observing local human-environment interactions /
  • Brent Yarnal [and others]
  • Theory: computing with knowledge to represent and share understanding /
  • Mark Gahegan, William Pike, Junyan Luo
  • Infrastructure for collaboration /
  • William Pike, Alan MacEachren, Brent Yarnal
  • Representing and reasoning with conceptual understanding /
  • Ola Ahlqvist, Chaoqing Yu
  • Establishing vulnerability observatory networks to coordinate the collection and analysis of comparable data /
  • Colin Polsky, Rob Neff, Brent Yarnal
  • Comparative assessment of human-environment landscape change /
  • John Harrington, Jr. [and others]
  • Landsat mapping of local landscape change: the satellite-era context /
  • Rachel M.K. Headley [and others]
  • Assessing local vulnerabilities: methodological approaches and regional contexts /
  • Colin Polsky [and others]
  • Rapid Vulnerability Assessments of exposures, sensitivities, and adaptive capacities of the HERO study sites /
  • Colin Polsky [and others]
  • Evaluating vulnerability assessments of the HERO study sites /
  • Colin Polsky [and others]
  • The mounting risk of drought in a humid landscape: structure and agency in suburbanizing Massachusetts /
  • Colin Polsky [and others]
  • A diverse human-environment system: traditional agriculture, industry, and service economy in central Pennsylvania /
  • Brent Yarnal
  • Fossil water and agriculture in southwestern Kansas /
  • Lisa M. Butler Harrington, Max Lu, John A. Harrington, Jr.
  • Urbanization and hydroclimatic challenges in the Sonoran Desert Border Region /
  • Cynthia Sorrensen Andrew Comrie
  • Lessons learned from the HERO project /
  • Brent Yarnal [and others].