Isabell Haag

Isabell Haag
Bavarian Environment Agency (LfU)

PhD

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Introduction
I did my Bachelors in Geography at the University of Bayreuth with a thematic focus on physical geography. Afterwards I moved to England and did my M.Sc. at the University of East Anglia in the climate change programm. This lead to my interest in interdisciplinary research and lead into my ongoing Phd thesis on climatological change and its perception in Central Asia using an transdisciplinary approach. Therefore, I'm working both with measured meteorological data and qualitative observation of people.

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Seasonal rounds are deliberative articulations of a community's sociocultural relations with their ecological system. The process of visualizing seasonal rounds informs transdisciplinary research. We present a methodological approach for communities of enquiry to engage communities of practice through context-specific sociocultural and ecological r...
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In mountain environments dimensions of climate change are unclear because of limited availability of meteorological stations. However, there is a necessity to assess the scope of local climate change, as the livelihood and food systems of subsistence-based communities are already getting impacted. To provide more clarity about local climate trends...
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Local climate trends remain mostly unknown in data-deficient mountain environments because of irregularly distributed station networks and the complexity of terrain. However, there is a necessity to monitor local changes in climate, as they have direct consequences on the livelihoods of traditional mountain communities, affecting the local hydrolog...
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In mountain environments dimensions of climate change are unclear because of limited availability of meteorological stations. However, there is a necessity to assess the scope of local climate change, as the livelihood and food systems of subsistence-based communities are already getting impacted. To provide more clarity about local climate trends...
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Gridded datasets are of paramount importance to globally derive precipitation quantities for a multitude of scientific and practical applications. However, as most studies do not consider the impacts of temporal and spatial variations of included measurements in the utilized datasets, we conducted a quantitative assessment of the ability of several...
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Gridded datasets are of paramount importance to globally derive precipitation quantities for a multitude of scientific and practical applications. However, as most studies do not consider the impacts of temporal and spatial variations of included measurements in the utilized datasets, we conducted a quantitative assessment of the ability of several...
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Changes in climate can be favorable as well as detrimental for natural and anthropogenic systems. Temperatures in Central Asia have risen significantly within the last decades whereas mean precipitation remains almost unchanged. However, climatic trends can vary greatly between different subregions, across altitudinal levels, and within seasons. In...
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Changes in climate can be favorable as well as detrimental for natural and anthropogenic systems. Temperatures in Central Asia have risen significantly within the last decades whereas mean precipitation remains almost unchanged. However, climatic trends can vary greatly between different subregions, across altitudinal levels, and within seasons. In...

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