|Wednesday 1 October 2014 – Day 2, 5.10-6.30pm
Chair: Ron Cox (UNSW)
|Assessing the influence of vegetation cover structure on urban heat using remote sensing.
Matthew Adams*1, Peter Smith2
1Office of Environment and Heritage, Australia, 2Macquarie University, Australia
|Is there any difference between the actual risks and perceived risks of recurring droughts on mined land rehabilitation in Eastern Australia?
Thanaphone Naovalath*1, Sven Arnold2, Talitha Santini1,2, Martina Linnenlucke1
1University of Queensland, Australia, 2Centre of Mined Land Rehabilitation, Australia
|Impacts of tree planting on indoor heat stress in Australia
Zhengen Ren*1, Dong Chen1, Guy Barnett2, Xiaoming Wang1
1CSIRO, Australia, 2CSIRO, Australia
|An Urban Inventory for Climate Adaptation Sciences.
Felix Lipkin*, John Mashford, Xiaoming Wang
|Transpiration cooling effect as a heatwave mitigation strategy in the urban environment of Parramatta, Western Sydney
Jun Han*, Felix Lipkin, Dong Chen, Xiaoming Wang
CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia
|NSW Urban Green Cover Program – helping to minimise the impacts of climate change in local communities.
Office of Environment and Heritage, Australia
|Adaptive reuse of vacant spaces in a changing climate – the case of the city of Tainan
Ming-Ching Lin*, Li-Li Chang
Department of Architecture and Urban Design College of Environmental Design Chinese Culture University, Taiwan
- Meeting Room 9
- Date:October 1, 2014
- Time:17:10 - 18:30
- Event:Climate Adaptation 2014 ‘Future Challenges’