Integrated Environmental History of Watersheds

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Titel Integrated Environmental History of Watersheds
Autor Laituri, Melinda
Mitwirkende Szczesny, Bartosz (Musik)
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DOI 10.5446/4455
Herausgeber Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (RCC)
Erscheinungsjahr 2011
Sprache Englisch
Produzent Niepytalska, Marta
Hahn, Alec
Produktionsjahr 2011
Produktionsort Munich

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Abstract Wie haben die Menschen Flüsse im Verlauf der Geschichte verändert und welche Aspekte der Sozial- und Umweltgerechtigkeit formten das Verhältnis der Menschen zu Flüssen, vor allem aber zum Wasser? Carson Fellow Melinda Laituri beschäftigt sich mit diesen Fragen und bringt sie in ihre vergleichende Forschung von Donau und Colorado River mit ein. Digitale Daten der Flüsse werden erstellt, um die Veränderungen in der Geschichte nachzuverfolgen und auch das Recht des Menschen auf Wasser zu betrachten. Melinda Laituri erforscht die Rolle des Internet und den Einsatz von georäumlichen Technologien im Katastrophenschutz, sowie die interkulturelle Umweltgeschichte der Organisation von Flussbecken.
How have humans changed rivers throughout history, and what issues of social and environmental justice shape human interaction with rivers and, more generally, water? These questions shape the research of Carson Fellow Melinda Laituri, who is engaged in a comparative study of the Danube and the Colorado River. By using remotely sensed data, Laituri tracks changes in the development of the river; Laituri’s research also examines the human right to water. Prof. Dr. Laituri is currently based in the Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Watershed Stewardship at Colorado State University. Her research focuses on the role of the internet and geospatial technologies of disaster management and cross-cultural environmental histories of river basin management.
Schlagwörter Colorado River
Veraenderung von Landschaften
Danube River
Colorado river
transformation of landscapes
river management
remotely sensed data

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