Melting and Freezing Motivation In order for students to understand how the water cycle works, it is important for them to review what they have already learned about water itself, and the different states it can assume solid, liquid, or gas in our ever-changing environment.
Final climate scenarios report Compilation and description of the final climate scenarios used in the framework of the project scheduled M Identification of potential hazard for urban strategic services produced by extreme events Analysis of the potential hazards for different urban services, at each research site, with special focus in the identification of potential interconnection among them sheduled M6.
Multi-hazards assessment related to water cycle extreme events for current scenario Estimation of the effects of the selected pressures on the water systems of each city for a set of strategic services in the current scenario sheduled M Multi-hazards assessment related to water cycle extreme events for future scenarios Estimation of the effects of the selected pressures on the water systems of each city for a set of strategic services in the future scenarios sheduled M Literature review on methods for impact quantification State-of-the art on the available methods for the quantification of impacts of identified hazards in urban areas sheduled M6.
Tools with updated impact assessment models Report of the results obtained from the process of updating existing impact assessment models sheduled M Methodology for modelling of cascading and feedback effects Description of the methodology used to model the cascading effects and to translate them into sectorial hazards sheduled M Impact assessments of multiple hazards in case study areas Report of the results from the assessment of impacts from multiple hazards in the three case study areas sheduled M Multisectorial resilience strategies framework and strategies database development Description of the multisectorial resilience strategies framework to consider the impacts of each strategy on all the urban services and description of the database compiling all kinds of resilience measures to be applied at urban level sheduled M Report on methodologies for the selection of resilience strategies Description of the methodologies being developed for comparing and selecting resilience strategies sheduled M Report on Enhanced communication system for stakeholder participation Definition of a jointly action plan to increase urban resilience to cope with climate change and extreme events based on communication sheduled M Content for dissemination and promotional material, including a video and digital communication material Development of the dissemination and promotional material: Business Plan Definition of the Business Plan dealing, among others with the issues concerning the commercialization of results sheduled M Dissemination and Exploitation Plan Definition of the dissemintation plan, presenting the results to be disseminated, the target groups and channels to get to them.
Updated Contingency plan Development and update of a Contingency Plan to define specific mitigation and contingency measures to amend any possible setback sheduled M Societal Impact Reports Development and update of a Societal Impact Report to assess the societal impacts derived from the project sheduled M Mapping urban infrastructure interdependencies and fuzzy risks Barry Evans, Albert S.
Stevens and Graham Colclough, Mapping urban infrastructure interdependencies and fuzzy risks. Procedia Engineering, VolumePages Lopez-Bustins, Javier Martin-Vide, Upper-Level Mediterranean Oscillation index and seasonal variability of rainfall and temperature.
Theoretical and Applied Climatology. Water10, ; doi:At least one author of an abstract must be registered for the Congress in order to be included in the abstract book. One author can present only ONE abstract.
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Explore and learn more about . The Water Cycle for Schools and Students: Advanced students.
The water cycle describes how Earth's water is not only always changing forms, between liquid (rain), solid (ice), and gas (vapor), but also moving on, above, and in the Earth. When the water in our rivers, lakes, and oceans becomes polluted; it can endanger wildlife, make our drinking water unsafe, and threaten the waters where we swim and fish.
EPA research supports efforts under the Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act. Water Cycle Downloadable Poster Create a Mini Water Cycle Create a mini water cycle using a bowl, a mug, some plastic wrap and a rubber band to show how evaporation, condensation and precipitation occur in a closed system.
Water Cycle Poster Project You have been learning about the water cycle. The water cycle is continually changing from liquid water to water vapor to ice.