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  • Technology and Regional Development in the American Context

    Rees, J.; Stafford, H.; Briggs, R.; Oakey, R. (1983)
    Many large cities in the developed countries have recently experienced a slow-down of growth, and in some cases, absolute contraction of their population size. These trends pertain in particular to old industrial agglomerations which often fail to adapt to the changing demands and locational requirements of modern production facilities and to differentiate their employment structure. Interrelations between industrial restructuring and urban regional change were among topics studied in th...

    Applying Optimal Control to Minimize Energy Use Due to Road Infrastructure Expansion

    Lensink, S.M. (2002)
    It is assumed that traffic jams have negative environmental effects. This implies an overlap between transportation policy and environmental policy. This paper quantifies the relative energy effects of congested traffic. By comparing these effects to the energy costs of construction and maintenance of roads, it is possible to balance those effects. The paper determines how fast and to what level the road infrastructure should expand, under the condition that life cycle energy consumption of t...

    Future differential vulnerability to natural disasters by level of education

    Strie├čnig, E.; Loichinger, E. (2016)
    The present paper looks at the implications of anticipated changes in population size and composition for the projected number of deaths from natural disasters Building on empirical evidence from cross-country time series of factors associated with natural disaster fatalities since 1970 in 174 countries, the paper first highlights the major role of education in enabling people to cope with weather extremes in the past. Using the five demographic scenarios implied by the Shared Socioeconomic P...

    Multi-Objective Modeling and Simulation for Decision Report

    Wierzbicki, A.P. (1992)
    Modeling and simulation of various physical, environmental or socioeconomic processes is often a preliminary step for using the resulting models in decision support. With the advancements of computing technology and the methodology of decision support, it is now necessary to revise basic approaches to modeling and simulation: from the very beginning of model construction, they should aim at multi-objective analysis of the model while taking into account various optimization, sensitivity analy...

    Disentangling the effects of local and global drivers of deforestation with the GLOBIOM model

    Mosnier, A.; Camara, G.; Carvalho Ywata, A.; Havlik, P.; Kapos, V.; Kraxner, F.; Makoudjou, A.; Mant, R.; Obersteiner, M.; Pirker, J.; Ramos, F.; Soterroni, A.; Tonga, P.; Valin, H. (2016)
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