Marc Neumann Ikerbasque Research Professor - Ramon y Cajal Fellow
Main Research Field:
Environmental modelling, mitigation, adaptation, complexity, uncertainty, water engineering
Personal web page http://www.bc3research.org/en/marc_neumann.html
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Anthropogenic climate change impacts all human societies and natural systems. However, due to the inertia of the climate system the negative consequences of current emissions will be experienced in the future. A first intention should therefore be to significantly reduce the risk of potentially dangerous future climate change. A second objective is to identify ways to adapt to non-reducible impacts. Mathematical models can test mitigation and adaptation strategies in a virtual environment. They need to address the complexity arising due to the multiple scales in time and space and due to the interconnectedness of systems. The Basque Centre for Climate Change offers a truly interdisciplinary working environment, where, together with inspiring colleagues these challenges can be tackled in an unrestricted way.