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Unit 0: Welcome Unit

View an introductory video on the ACQWA Project, read key introductory documents, say hello to your fellow classmates and express your interest in the topic....
1 видео ((всего 9 мин.)), 6 материалов для самостоятельного изучения
6 материала для самостоятельного изучения
Key reference 1 to ACQWA Project10мин
Key reference 2 to ACQWA Project10мин
General Course Description10мин
Syllabus10мин
Detailed structure of the course10мин
Glossary10мин
Неделя
2
2 ч. на завершение

Unit 1: Introduction to climate change

In this module, you will learn about the functioning of the climate system, in particular the numerous interacting components such as the atmosphere, the oceans, the cryosphere and the biosphere. Physical mechanisms that can disrupt climate on different time and space scales will be outlined, and the concepts underlying anthropogenic climate change will be introduced. Following a brief overview of how climate simulation models function, you will be able to see what may be the evolution of climate over coming decades in response to increases in greenhouse-gases in the atmosphere, and what are the limits and uncertainties to these model projections. ...
15 видео ((всего 66 мин.)), 2 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 1 тест
15 видео
1.2: Climate System II - Atmospheric circulations (Prof. M. Beniston - UNIGE)2мин
1.3: Climate System III - Influence of snow and ice on the climate system (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)3мин
1.4: Climate System IV - The role of the oceans (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)3мин
1.5: Climate System V - Importance of the water cycle in the evolution of the climate system (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)2мин
1.6: Climate System VI - The role of clouds (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)3мин
1.7 : Causes of Climate Change I - Natural factors : volcanos (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)3мин
1.8: Causes of Climate Change II - Case of El-Niño Southern Oscillation as natural forcing factor (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)4мин
1.9: Causes of Climate Change III - Human forcing factors on the climate system (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)3мин
1.10: Causes of Climate Change IV – Explanatory factors for increases of carbon in the planetary system (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)4мин
1.11: Causes of Climate Change V : The link between atmospheric gases and climate (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)4мин
1.12: Past, Present and Future Climates I – 20th-century observed change (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)4мин
1.13: Past, Present and Future Climates II – 21st-century climate futures (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)6мин
1.14: Past, Present and Future Climates III – Extreme climate events (Prof. M. Beniston – UNIGE)11мин
1.15: Forecast in Switzerland in 50 years – In summer (Mr. P. Jeanneret – RTS)3мин
2 материала для самостоятельного изучения
1.0: Introduction to Unit 110мин
Conclusion to Unit 110мин
1 практическое упражнение
Take the quiz of Unit 1 !24мин
Неделя
3
3 ч. на завершение

Unit 2: Impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources

In this unit, you will learn about observed trends in glacier retreat and changes in mass balance. Different methods of mass balance measurements are presented. Ongoing and projected climate change by the end of the century will have fundamental consequences on the cryosphere. In this module, you will realize what the consequences of glacier retreat are on glacial runoff regimes and on global scale runoff. You will become familiar with changes in snow cover in different mountain regions of the World. Further, the basic mechanics of glacier flow and an overview of processes leading to glacier instability will allow you to understand how climate variables, among other factors, may potentially modify the frequency of glacial lake drainage, glacier surge and the break-off of glaciers. Finally, this module discusses how the calving of ice sheets will impact sea level rise and where uncertainties persist in the projection of these changes....
16 видео ((всего 124 мин.)), 2 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 1 тест
16 видео
2.2: Impacts of Climate Change on the Water Cycle II – Monitoring the Impact of Climate Change on Glaciers (Dr M. Huss – UNIFR / ETHZ)8мин
2.3: Impacts of Climate Change on the Water Cycle III – Modelling Runoff Changes from Glaciers (Dr M. Huss – UNIFR / ETHZ)8мин
2.4: Impacts of Climate Change on the Water Cycle IV – Contribution of Glaciers to Runoff at the Continental to Global Scale (Dr M. Huss – UNIFR / ETHZ)8мин
2.5: Impacts of Climate Change on the Water Cycle V – Managing Mountain Water Resources during Glacier Retreat (Dr M. Huss – UNIFR / ETHZ)6мин
2.6: Impacts of Climate Change on Snow Cover I (Dr M.Rohrer – Meteodat GmbH / UNIGE)8мин
2.7: Impacts of Climate Change on Snow Cover II – Link between Snow Cover and Climate (Dr M. Rohrer – Meteodat GmbH / UNIGE)5мин
2.8: Impacts of Climate Change on Snow Cover III – Consequences of Snow Cover in many Regions of the World (Dr M. Rohrer – Meteodat GmbH / UNIGE)7мин
2.9: Impacts of Climate Change on Snow Cover IV – Consequences of Climate Change for Glaciers and Snowmelt (Dr M. Rohrer – Meteodat GmbH / UNIGE)7мин
2.10: Impacts of Climate Change on Snow Cover V – Degree Day Factor for Snow- and Ice Melt not constant in the future (Dr M. Rohrer – Meteodat GmbH / UNIGE)13мин
2.11: Impacts of Climate Change on Glacier Retreat I – Response Time of Glaciers to a Changing Climate – The example of Mont-Miné and Ferpècle Glaciers, Switzerland (Dr M. Perroud – UNIGE)4мин
2.12: Impacts of Climate Change on Glacier Retreat II – World Glacier Monitoring Service – Achievements and Future Challenges (Dr M. Zemp – UZH/WGMS)6мин
2.13: Impacts of Climate Change on Mechanics and Stability of Glaciers I – Mechanics of Glacier Flow (Prof. M. Funk – ETHZ)10мин
2.14: Impacts of Climate Change on Mechanics and Stability of Glaciers II –Glaciers and Water (Prof. M. Funk – ETHZ)8мин
2.15: Impacts of Climate Change on Mechanics and Stability of Glaciers III – Glacier instabilities (Prof. M. Funk – ETHZ)5мин
2.16: Impacts of Climate Change on Mechanics and Stability of Glaciers IV – Iceberg Calving (frontal ablation) (Prof. M. Funk – ETHZ)6мин
2 материала для самостоятельного изучения
2.0: Introduction to Unit 210мин
Conclusion of Unit 210мин
1 практическое упражнение
Take the quiz of Unit 2 !26мин
Неделя
4
3 ч. на завершение

UNIT 3: Impacts of Climate Change on Water Uses

In this module, you will learn about the impacts of climate change on different sectors, such as the economy, the environment or the health. In mountain regions, glacier retreat, warmer waters or modified runoffs will for instance impact hydroelectric installations production, biodiversity and all kind of living organisms. In the lowlands, the agricultural sector will also have to deal with water scarcity to reduce yield vulnerability. You will also see that warmer temperatures can be beneficial to certain plants like grapevine but that it can also enhance the development of insect pest generating damages or favour disease transmissions to human being. ...
16 видео ((всего 114 мин.)), 2 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 4 тестов
16 видео
3.2: Impacts of Climate Change on Hydropower II - Hydropower: Policy and market challenges (Dr F. Romerio – UNIGE)7мин
3.3: Impacts of Climate Change on Hydropower III - The natural sciences perspective (Dr L. Gaudard – UNIGE / Imperial College London)7мин
3.4: Impacts of Climate Change on Hydropower IV - The economic perspective (Dr L. Gaudard – UNIGE / Imperial College London)6мин
3.5: Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture I - Water use in crop production : Demand and productivity (Dr P.-L. Calanca – Agroscope)6мин
3.6: Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture II - Water use in crop production : Facing Climate Change (Dr P.-L. Calanca – Agroscope)5мин
3.7: Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture III - Problem of water distribution and intensity on crops (Dr D. Fleury – Canton of Geneva)10мин
3.8: Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture IV - Link between warming climate and pesticides use (Dr D. Fleury – Canton of Geneva)7мин
3.9: Impacts of Climate Change on Aquatic Ecosystems I - A field introduction (Dr E. Castella – UNIGE)13мин
3.10: Impacts of Climate Change on Aquatic Ecosystems II - The physical drivers on biodiversity (Dr E. Castella – UNIGE)9мин
3.11: Impacts of Climate Change on Aquatic Ecosystems III - The seasonal dimension (Dr E. Castella – UNIGE)6мин
3.12: Impacts of Climate Change on Aquatic Ecosystems IV - Anticipating changes (Dr E. Castella – UNIGE)8мин
3.13: Impacts of Climate Change on Health I - Introduction to Vector-Borne Diseases (Prof. A. Flahault - UNIGE)5мин
3.14: Impacts of Climate Change on Health II - Introduction to diarrhea and influenza (Prof. A. Flahault - UNIGE)4мин
3.15: Impacts of Climate Change on Health III - Climate change and its impacts on health (Prof. A. Flahault - UNIGE)5мин
3.16: Impacts of Climate Change on Health IV - What is good for health is good for the climate (Prof. A. Flahault - UNIGE)4мин
2 материала для самостоятельного изучения
3.0: Introduction to Unit 310мин
Conclusion of Unit 310мин
4 практического упражнения
Practice Quiz on the Impacts of Climate Change in Hydropower6мин
Practice Quiz on the Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture8мин
Practice Quiz on the Impacts of Climate Change on Health8мин
Take the quiz of Unit 3!22мин
Неделя
5
3 ч. на завершение

Unit 4: Recommendations for Adaptation and Water Governance Strategies

In this module, you will learn about the concepts of social network analysis and adaptive capacities, and the central role they play in the implementation of adaptation strategies and in the reduction of ecosystems vulnerability to climate change. The ecosystems will illustrate the mutual benefits that can occur between actors and mechanisms. Concrete examples and case studies will emphasize the mutual benefits and the mechanisms that can occur in a network of actors and how those interactions can help in reducing natural risk disasters. ...
13 видео ((всего 86 мин.)), 6 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 4 тестов
13 видео
4.2: Water Governance and Challenges II. Water management in alpine tourism resorts: The case of Crans-Montana, in Switzerland (Prof. C. Bréthaut – UNIGE)6мин
4.3: Adaptive Capacity I. Defining adaptive capacity (Prof. J. Balsiger – UNIGE)6мин
4.4: Adaptive Capacity II. Analyzing adaptive capacity through social networks (Prof. J. Balsiger – UNIGE)7мин
4.5: Adaptive Capacity III. Illustrating adaptive capacity (Prof. J. Balsiger – UNIGE)13мин
4.6: Adaptive Capacity IV. Adaptive capacity and sustainable development (Prof. J. Balsiger – UNIGE)7мин
4.7: The Role of Ecosystems as Adaptation Response I. Theoretical framework (Dr P. Peduzzi – UNIGE / UNEP)6мин
4.8: The Role of Ecosystems as Adaptation Response II. Examples (Dr P. Peduzzi – UNIGE / UNEP)5мин
4.9: Examples of Adaptation Responses and Water Governance in Asia I - The evaluation of climate change vulnerability with multi-criteria decision making (Prof. Y. Kim - Yonsei University)8мин
4.14: Global Management of Climate Change and ICIMOD’s Perspective I. Adaptation strategies (Dr D. Molden – ICIMOD)6мин
4.15: Global Management of Climate Change and ICIMOD’s Perspective II. Water Governance for Adaptation (Dr D. Molden – ICIMOD)5мин
4.16: Global Management of Climate Change and ICIMOD’s Perspective III. Changing Climate and its Impacts on Cryosphere and Water Resources of the Hindu Kush Himalaya (Dr A.-B. Shrestha - ICIMOD)3мин
4.17: Global Management of Climate Change and ICIMOD’s Perspective IV. Changing Climate and Water Resources Management at Basin and Local Levels (Dr A.-B. Shrestha - ICIMOD)3мин
6 материала для самостоятельного изучения
4.0: Introduction to Unit 410мин
4.10: Examples of Adaptation Responses and Water Governance in Asia II - Mountain and Lowland Linkages : A Climate Change Perspective in the Himalayas (IHCAP / SDC)10мин
4.11 : Examples of Adaptation Responses and Water Governance in Asia III - Assessing Climate Vulnerability and Risk in the Indian Himalayan Region (IHCAP / SDC)10мин
4.12: Examples of Adaptation Responses and Water Governance in Asia IV- Ecosystem-Based Adaptation : An Integrated Response to Climate Change in the Indian Himalayan Region (IHCAP / SDC)10мин
4.13 : Examples of Adaptation Responses and Water Governance in Asia V - Flood Risk and Early Warning Systems (IHCAP / SDC)10мин
Conclusion of Unit 410мин
4 практического упражнения
Practice Quiz on Water Governance and Challenges4мин
Practice Quiz on Adaptive Capacity10мин
Practice Quiz on the Role of Ecosystems as Adaptation Response6мин
Take the Quiz of Unit 4!20мин
Неделя
6
2 ч. на завершение

Unit 5: Risk management

In this module, you will learn about the role ongoing climatic changes have on the occurrence of natural hazards in high mountain environments, and how their temporal frequency and magnitude is being influenced by the ongoing warming. Concrete examples and case studies will emphasize these changes in process behavior of glacier lake outburst floods (GLOFs), debris flows and rockfalls. In addition to the illustration of changes in the physical processes, this module will also illustrate how Switzerland is coping with these changes and how natural hazard risk is being addressed by the Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) through an Integrated Risk Management. ...
10 видео ((всего 82 мин.)), 2 материалов для самостоятельного изучения, 1 тест
10 видео
5.2: Impacts of Climate Change on Glacial Hazards II. GLOF assessment, modeling and management (Dr C. Huggel - UZH)8мин
5.3: Impacts of Climate Change on Rockfalls and Debris Flows I. Process Evolution in Mountains (Prof. M. Stoffel – UNIGE)7мин
5.4: Impacts of Climate Change on Rockfalls and Debris Flows II. How to assess changes in activity? (Prof. M. Stoffel – UNIGE)4мин
5.5: Impacts of Climate Change on Rockfalls and Debris Flows III. Observed and future changes in debris-flow activity in the Alps (Prof. M. Stoffel – UNIGE)13мин
5.6: Impacts of Climate Change on Rockfalls and Debris Flows IV. Observed and future changes in rockfall activity in the Alps (Prof. M. Stoffel – UNIGE)9мин
5.7.1: Dealing with Natural Hazards in Switzerland I. Risk situation in Switzerland - Concepts of integrated risk management (IRM) - part I (Dr J. Hess – FOEN)5мин
5.7.2: Dealing with Natural Hazards in Switzerland I. Risk situation in Switzerland - Concepts of integrated risk management (IRM) - part II (Dr J. Hess – FOEN)7мин
5.8.1: Dealing with Natural Hazards in Switzerland II. How to implement IRM ? Key measures of integrated risk management - part I (Dr J. Hess – FOEN)9мин
5.8.2: Dealing with Natural Hazards in Switzerland II. How to implement IRM ? Key measures of integrated risk management - part II (Dr J. Hess – FOEN)8мин
2 материала для самостоятельного изучения
5.0: Introduction to Unit 510мин
Conclusion of Unit 510мин
1 практическое упражнение
Take the quiz of Unit 5!28мин
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автор: PJOct 14th 2018

This is really interesting topic as this increased my knowledge about the glaciers and how they are changing over a course of time.

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Martin Beniston

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Markus Stoffel

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