Deltas / Deltas

 

Recent Submissions

  • Nicholls, Robert J.; Kebede, Abiy; Hutton, Craig W.; Dunn, Frances E.; Vincent, Katharine; Rahman, Munsur; Salehin, Mashfiqus; Rahman, Anisur; Ghosh, Tuhin; Banerjee, Sumana; Codjoe, Samuel N.A.; Appeaning-Addo, Kwasi; Owusu, Gertrude; DECCMA Consortium (CARIAA, 2018-12)
    This report summarises the main outcomes and learning from management and delivery of the nearly 5-year “DEltas, vulnerability and Climate Change; Migration and Adaptation” (DECCMA) project within the “Collaborative ...
  • Ayamga, Jennifer; Das, Shouvik; Banerjee, Sumana; Nicholls, Robert; Hutton, Craig; Vincent, Katharine; Rahman, Munsur; Salehin, Mashfiqus; Rahman, Anisur; Ghosh, Tuhin; Codjoe, Samuel N.A.; Appeaning-Addo, Kwasi; Owusu, Gertrude; DECCMA Consortium (DEltas, vulnerability & Climate Change: Migration & Adaptation (DECCMA), 2019)
    Deltas are home to 500 million people worldwide and known as a climate hange “hotspot” – a place where high exposure to climate stresses coincides with high levels of vulnerability. DECCMA has been undertaking research ...
  • Chapman, Alex; Tompkins, Emma L.; Vincent, Katharine; Day, Sophie (DECCMA, 2016-03)
    The pathways approach to adaptation has been applied to delta regions previously, but to a limited extent, Haasnoot et al. (2012), for instance, explore a theoretical delta case. Perhaps the most pertinent example is Kwakkel ...
  • Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSART, 2016-03)
    This briefing note summarises the key findings from the Regional Diagnostic Study (RDS) recently conducted in Ghana, as part of the ASSAR project. The RDS aimed to: - Develop a systematic understanding of existing knowledge ...
  • Bhuiyan, Mohammad Rashed Alam; Siddiqui, Tasneem (DECCMA Working Paper, 2015-08)
    This paper aims to examine the findings from previous studies and household surveys on migration in Bangladesh with an emphasis on the Ganga-Brahmaputara-Meghna (GBM) basin areas.
  • Lwasa, Shuaib (Springer, 2014-10)
    This paper synthesizes selected literature on adaptation policy and practice in river deltas located in Africa and South Asia. A systematic review methodology was used to scan online knowledge portals for published papers ...