His scientific interests lie mostly in Climate change, Flood myth, Global warming, Environmental resource management and Risk management. His Climate change research includes elements of Climatology and Finance. Laurens M. Bouwer interconnects Climate model and Natural disaster in the investigation of issues within Climatology.
His work in the fields of Flood myth, such as Flood risk management and Flood risk assessment, overlaps with other areas such as Framing and Multidisciplinary Collaboration. His Global warming study combines topics in areas such as Natural resource economics and Flooding. As part of one scientific family, Laurens M. Bouwer deals mainly with the area of Risk management, narrowing it down to issues related to the Natural hazard, and often Business interruption insurance, Variety and Risk analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Flood myth, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning and Climatology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Natural resource economics and Adaptation in addition to Climate change. His Flood myth study incorporates themes from Range and Flooding.
The various areas that he examines in his Environmental resource management study include Weather and climate, Political economy of climate change, Baseline and Natural hazard. Laurens M. Bouwer usually deals with Natural hazard and limits it to topics linked to Coastal hazards and Risk management. His research investigates the link between Climatology and topics such as Precipitation that cross with problems in Discharge.
His primary areas of investigation include Flood myth, Climate change, Environmental resource management, Loss and damage and Coastal flood. His work on Return period as part of his general Flood myth study is frequently connected to Attribution, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His work on Climate model as part of general Climate change research is frequently linked to Sustainable development, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Emergency management, Data collection and Flood risk assessment. His research in Loss and damage intersects with topics in Risk management and Extreme weather. His studies deal with areas such as Generalized extreme value distribution and Wind speed as well as Climatology.
His primary areas of study are Flood myth, Climate change, Risk management, Environmental resource management and Machine learning. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Emergency management and Data collection. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Non stationarity and Climate change.
As part of his studies on Risk management, Laurens M. Bouwer frequently links adjacent subjects like Environmental planning. His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Uncertainty quantification, Climate model, Greenhouse gas, Flood risk assessment and Coastal flood. His research investigates the connection with Machine learning and areas like Artificial intelligence which intersect with concerns in Return period.
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EURO-CORDEX : new high-resolution climate change projections for European impact research
Daniela Jacob;Juliane Petersen;Bastian Eggert;Antoinette Alias.
Flood risk and climate change: global and regional perspectives
Zbigniew W Kundzewicz;Shinjiro Kanae;Sonia I Seneviratne;John W Handmer.
Have disaster losses increased due to anthropogenic climate change
Laurens M. Bouwer.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2011)
Increasing stress on disaster-risk finance due to large floods
Brenden Jongman;Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler;Luc Feyen;Jeroen C. J. H. Aerts.
Review article: assessing the costs of natural hazards - state of the art and knowledge gaps
V. Meyer;N. Becker;V. Markantonis;R. Schwarze.
Changes in impacts of climate extremes: Human systems and ecosystems
John Handmer;Yasushi Honda;Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz;Nigel Arnell.
Floods and climate: emerging perspectives for flood risk assessment and management
B. Merz;J. Aerts;K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen;M. Baldi.
Confronting disaster losses
Laurens M. Bouwer;Ryan P. Crompton;Eberhard Faust;Peter Höppe.
Changes in future flood risk due to climate and development in a Dutch polder area
Laurens M. Bouwer;Philip Bubeck;Jeroen C.J.H. Aerts.
Financing climate change adaptation
Laurens M. Bouwer;Jeroen C.J.H. Aerts.
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