Session D8: Innovative, Participatory and Integrated Modelling for Climate Change Assessments and Management

Chairs: Oz Sahin, Russell Richards.

Schedule

Monday July 11th
Time Title Authors Room Moderators(s)
8:30-8:50 A Dynamic Water Supply Portfolio Optimisation Approach Michael Porter and Oz Sahin B104 Russell Richards
8:50-9:10 Modelling with stakeholders: a systems approach for improved environmental decision making under great uncertainty Edoardo Bertone, Oz Sahin, Russell Richards and Anne Roiko B104
9:10-9:30 Water demand forecasting with AUTOFLOW© using State-Space approach Khoi Nguyen, Oz Sahin, Rodney Stewart and Hong Zhang B104
9:30-9:50 AUTOFLOW© - A novel application for Water Resource Management and Climate Change Response using smart technology Khoi Nguyen, Oz Sahin, Rodney Stewart and Hong Zhang B104
10:30-10:50 Dealing with uncertainty: an innovative method to address climate change adaptation in the whale watch industry Jan-Olaf Meynecke, Russell Richards and Oz Sahin B104 Oz Sahin
10:50-11:10 Integrating scientific knowledge, data and stakeholder perceptions for decision support Jean-Luc De Kok, Peter Viaene, Karolien Vermeiren, Maarten Van der Meulen, Rachel Tiller, Murat Van Ardelan, Jennifer Bailey, Robert Thorpe, Jonathan Beecham, Sonja Vanleeuwen, Frede Thingstad, Tatiana Tsagaraki, Russell Richards, Can Bizsel and Hugo Salgado B104
11:10-11:30 Challenges for involving water stakeholders in educational and decision making participatory processes supported by ABM in drought areas Pável Bautista Solís, Camille Belmin, Grégoire Leclerc, Martine Antona, Ricardo Morataya and Pierre Bommel B104
11:30-11:50 Livelihoods of local communities in an Amazonian floodplain coping with Global Changes. From Role-Playing Games to hybrid simulations to involve local stakeholders in a participatory prospective study at a territorial level Pierre Bommel, Marie-Paule Bonnet, Emilie Coudel, Eva Haentjens, Cleber Nunes Kraus, Gustavo Melo, Stéphanie Nasuti and Christophe Le Page B104
14:30-14:50 An Integrated Modelling Approach to Climate Change and Malaria Vulnerability Assessments Esther Onyango, Oz Sahin, Cordia Chu and Brendan Mackey B104 Russell Richards
14:50-15:10 Integrating participation and modelling to support natural hazard mitigation planning Hedwig van Delden, Graeme A. Riddell, Roel Vanhout, Jeffrey P. Newman, Holger R. Maier, Aaron C. Zecchin and Graeme C. Dandy B104
15:10-15:30 Participatory simulation of coastal flooding: building social learning on prevention measures with decision-makers Nicolas Becu, Marion Amalric, Brice Anselme, Elise Beck, Xavier Bertin, Etienne Delay, Nathalie Long, Corinne Manson, Nicolas Marilleau, Cécilia Pignon-Mussaud and Frédéric Rousseaux B104
15:30-15:50 System Dynamics and Bayesian Network Models for Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment of a Coastal Water Supply and Demand System Thuc Phan, James Smart and Oz Sahin B104
16:30-16:50 An integrated interdisciplinary modelling system of climate change impacts on agriculture in support of adaptation planning: MOSAICC Hideki Kanamaru and Mauro Evangelisti B104 Oz Sahin
16:50-17:10 A Multipurpose Soil Inorganic Carbon Prediction Model Ben. W Kolosz, Peter Manning, M. E Jorat, Saran. P Sohi and D. A. C Manning B104
17:10-17:30 How to couple ecological database to geochemical dynamic model to predict the impact of atmospheric nitrogen deposition and climate change on French forest ecosystems at the national scale? Simon Rizzetto, Jean-Claude Gégout, Salim Belyazid, Emilien Kuhn, Harald Sverdrup and Anne Probst B104
17:30-17:50 Climate change impacts and implications: an integrated assessment in a lowland environment of New Zealand Anne-Gaelle Ausseil, Kerry Bodmin, Adam Daigneault, Edmar Teixeira, Elizabeth Keller, Miko Kirschbaum, Levente Timar, Andrew Dunningham, Christian Zammit, Scott Stephens, Michael Cameron, Paula Blackett, Garth Harmsworth, Bob Frame, Andy Reisinger, Andrew Tait and Daniel Rutledge B104
17:50-18:10 Experimental measurement of stakeholder expectation formation and risk taking behavior for integrated regional agricultural land use modeling Marius Eisele, Christian Troost and Thomas Berger B104