This research shows that runoff responds rapidly to rainfall, making direct in situ observation of meteorological and hydrological data key to predicting water-related disasters.
Watch this issue fill with articles on the links between hazards, vulnerabilities, disaster management, development, and global change—and on ways to improve disaster management.
The authors review examples of englacial conduit floods, permafrost-linked rockfall and avalanches, and earthquake-triggered glacial lake floods, discussing needs for further...
The Development of Rural Residents’ Sense of Place in an Ecological Restoration Area: A Case Study from Huajiang Gorge, China
Capturing the dynamic and complex relationship between local people and the environment can provide meaningful policy support for karst environmental governance and regional...
Implementing Climate Change Adaptation Policies Across Scales: Challenges for Knowledge Coproduction in Andean Mountain Socio-ecosystems
The authors make key recommendations for multiscale and multiactor climate change adaptation governance in the Andes, based on analyses of climate policies and case studies from...