Risk Perception Review Paper

Risk perception of climate change and natural hazards in global mountain regions: A critical review

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  • Project duration: October 2019 - April 2021
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    Approval by the Scientific Committee

The GLOMOS Team, in collaboration with colleagues in Eurac Research's Institute for Earth Observation and external partners, has conducted a research project analyzing available literature on risk perception in relation to climate change, and its impact on mountain regions worldwide.

The literature review was performed by an interdisciplinary team of natural, social, and humanistic scientists and seeks to provide an in-depth and comprehensive understanding of which factors influencing risk perception in mountain regions are addressed in the current literature. This research was undertaken in response to a call for papers to contribute to the Sixth Assessment Report of Working Group II of the IPCC, and results have been published in the peer-reviewed "Science of the Total Environment" journal.


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Risk perception of climate change and natural hazards in global mountain regions: A critical review
Schneiderbauer S, Fontanella Pisa P, Delves JL, Pedoth L, Rufat S, Erschbamer M, Thaler T, Carnelli F, Granados-Chahin S (2021)
Journal article
Science of The Total Environment

More information: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.146957

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.146957

http://hdl.handle.net/10863/17164

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