Regional Environmental Change
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Aims and Scope
Both theoretical and applied studies are welcomed, with an emphasis on work with a multi-disciplinary perspective.
Examples of issues to be addressed in the journal include:
- Past and future changes in the environmental quality of regions and methods to analyze such changes
- Vulnerability of natural and human systems, and regions, to environmental change, differential vulnerability between regions, sectors, ecosystems and/or social groups
- Decision making processes regarding space and natural resources, transboundary issues, legislative frameworks, governance issues
- Land-use change, use of environmental resources at the regional level, restoration/rehabilitation of degraded systems
- Regional aspects of climate, climate change, and impacts on ecosystems, hydrology, human systems
- Sustainability theory
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
PO Box 60 12 03,
14412 Potsdam, Germany
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