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(INRMM-MiD internal record) List of keywords of the INRMM meta-information database - part 41

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List of indexed keywords within the transdisciplinary set of domains which relate to the Integrated Natural Resources Modelling and Management (INRMM). In particular, the list of keywords maps the semantic tags in the INRMM Meta-information Database (INRMM-MiD). [\n] The INRMM-MiD records providing this list are accessible by the special tag: inrmm-list-of-tags ( ). ...


Transboundary health impacts of transported global air pollution and international trade

Nature, Vol. 543, No. 7647. (29 March 2017), pp. 705-709,


Millions of people die every year from diseases caused by exposure to outdoor air pollution. Some studies have estimated premature mortality related to local sources of air pollution, but local air quality can also be affected by atmospheric transport of pollution from distant sources. International trade is contributing to the globalization of emission and pollution as a result of the production of goods (and their associated emissions) in one region for consumption in another region. The effects of international trade on ...


Grant giving: global funders to focus on interdisciplinarity

Nature, Vol. 525, No. 7569. (16 September 2015), pp. 313-315,


Granting bodies need more data on how much they are spending on work that transcends disciplines, and to what end, explains Rick Rylance. [Excerpt] Three arguments are often made in favour of interdisciplinary research. [::] First, complex modern problems such as climate change and resource security are not amenable to single-discipline investigation; they often require many types of expertise across the biological, physical and social disciplines. [::] Second, discoveries are said to be more likely on the boundaries between fields, where the ...


Interdisciplinarity: how to catalyse collaboration

Nature, Vol. 525, No. 7569. (16 September 2015), pp. 315-317,


Turn the fraught flirtation between the social and biophysical sciences into fruitful partnerships with these five principles, urge Rebekah R. Brown, Ana Deletic and Tony H. F. Wong. [Excerpt] An urgent push to bridge the divide between the biophysical and the social sciences is crucial. It is the only way to drive global sustainable development that delivers social inclusion, environmental sustainability and economic prosperity1. Sustainability is the classic 'wicked' problem, characterized by poorly defined requirements, unclear boundaries and contested causes that no ...


Interdisciplinary research by the numbers

Nature, Vol. 525, No. 7569. (16 September 2015), pp. 306-307,


An analysis reveals the extent and impact of research that bridges disciplines. [Excerpt] Interdisciplinary work is considered crucial by scientists, policymakers and funders — but how widespread is it really, and what impact does it have? Scholars say that the concept is complex to define and measure, but efforts to map papers by the disciplines of the journals they appear in and by their citation patterns are — tentatively — revealing the growth and influence of interdisciplinary research. [\n][...] [Interdisciplinary research takes time to ...

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Why interdisciplinary research matters

Nature, Vol. 525, No. 305. (2015),


Scientists must work together to save the world. A special issue asks how they can scale disciplinary walls. [Excerpt] Scientists must work together to save the world. A special issue asks how they can scale disciplinary walls. To solve the grand challenges facing society — energy, water, climate, food, health — scientists and social scientists must work together. But research that transcends conventional academic boundaries is harder to fund, do, review and publish — and those who attempt it struggle for recognition ...


Climate change and forest fires synergistically drive widespread melt events of the Greenland Ice Sheet

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 111, No. 22. (3 May 2014), pp. 7964-7967,


[Significance] Through an examination of shallow ice cores covering a wide area of the Greenland Ice Sheet (GIS), we show that the same mechanism drove two widespread melt events that occurred over 100 years apart, in 1889 and 2012. We found that black carbon from forest fires and rising temperatures combined to cause both of these events, and that continued climate change may result in nearly annual melting of the surface of the GIS by the year 2100. In addition, a ...


Political borders should not hamper wildlife

Nature, Vol. 508, No. 7494. (1 April 2014), pp. 9-9,


[Excerpt] Given the lack of global legislation, nations should work hard to establish cross-border protections for vulnerable species, says Aaron M. Ellison. [...] Conservation biologists have repeatedly called for global, or at least cross-border, systems of protected areas. Long-standing international treaties, such as the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), make similar pronouncements. But although the CBD has guidelines and suggestions for the conservation of biological diversity, it provides no legal protection for threatened or endangered species. And even if the CBD could be ...


An important fingerprint of wildfires on the European aerosol load

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 11, No. 20. (24 October 2011), pp. 10487-10501,


Wildland fires represent the major source of fine aerosols, i.e., atmospheric particles with diameters <1 μm. The largest numbers of these fires occur in Africa, Asia and South America, but a not negligible fraction also occurs in Eastern Europe and former USSR countries, particularly in the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Besides the impact of large forest fires, recent studies also highlighted the crucial role played by routine agricultural fires in Eastern Europe and Russia on the Arctic atmosphere. An evaluation ...


Wildfires as a Source of Aerosol Particles Transported to the Northern European Regions

The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, Vol. 26 (2012), pp. 1-21,


Each year large areas of forested land in Europe are burned by more than 50,000 fires. Over the past few years, climatic anomalies in temperature and precipitation have resulted in an increase in fire events. The exceptional fire occurrences in the 2000s and their regional consequences on atmospheric air quality have been observed in the northern European regions. In the last 10 years almost annually the episodes of long-range transported (LRT) biomass smokes from Eastern European fires have been reported, exceptionally ...


Effects of business-as-usual anthropogenic emissions on air quality

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 12, No. 15. (1 August 2012), pp. 6915-6937,


The atmospheric chemistry general circulation model EMAC has been used to estimate the impact of anthropogenic emission changes on global and regional air quality in recent and future years (2005, 2010, 2025 and 2050). The emission scenario assumes that population and economic growth largely determine energy and food consumption and consequent pollution sources with the current technologies ("business as usual"). This scenario is chosen to show the effects of not implementing legislation to prevent additional climate change and growing air pollution, ...


Climate change in the context of development cooperation

No. COM(2003) 85 final. (March 2003)

Towards a transnational system of supersites for forest monitoring and research in Europe - an overview on present state and future recommendations

iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry, Vol. 4, No. 4. (12 August 2011), pp. 167-171,

Barriers and facilitators to integration among scientists in transdisciplinary landscape analyses: a cross-country comparison

Forest Policy and Economics, Vol. 6, No. 1. (January 2004), pp. 15-31,


Scientists are increasingly challenged by the call to develop more effective methods for working across disciplines in landscape analysis projects. The aim of this study was to improve our understanding of the barriers and facilitators to integration of perspectives across disciplinary and organizational boundaries. Two research projects with similar objectives served as cases. The projects were the assessment phase of the North American Interior Columbia River Basin Ecosystem Management Project and the Danish Boundaries in the Landscape. An inductive research design ...


Measuring transnational leakage of forest conservation

Ecological Economics, Vol. 64, No. 2. (December 2007), pp. 423-432,


Forest conservation in one country can influence the degree of conservation or deforestation in other countries because of international linkages of the forest products industry and markets and a lack of global coordination. Thus leakage and offsetting losses of environmental quality may be present. This paper develops an analytical framework for measuring this leakage and estimates its magnitude via general equilibrium modeling. We find that the magnitude of leakage depends upon the price elasticities of supply of and demand for forestry ...

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