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In recent years, several countries have focused on the projected scale of health impacts caused by climate change. The magnitude of health impacts and outcomes of climate change indicate a function of several interactions that occur during exposure to climate change-related variations in different weather patterns. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), the intensity and frequency of extreme events, such as storms, floods, droughts, and wildfires, are changing due to weather variability. These changes have an adverse impact on human health and wellbeing, health systems, and exacerbate health inequities that already exist within vulnerable populations.

This Special Issue aims to provide insight into innovative knowledge and tools on climate-related health risks by identifying the factors inherent to climate vulnerability, thereby considering the impact of climate change on human health, which entails the identification of vulnerable populations and communities with associated vulnerabilities.

Submission deadline: 18.06.2022

For further information, please click here.

 

In conjunction with the DAMOCLES Final Conference (6.-8. September 2022) there will be a Call for Abstracts about "Perspectives and ways forward in Compound Event research".

DAMOCLES is a European COST Action (CA17109) that focuses on the understanding and modeling of compound
climate and weather events. Compound weather and climate events describe combinations of multiple climate
drivers and/or hazards that contribute to societal or environmental risk. During such events, multiple weather and climate drivers occur together and exceed the coping capacity of the underlying systems.

Submission deadline: 27 May 2022
Fee payment deadline: 31 July 2022

More information can be found here.

 

This PhD is part of a major project recently funded by the National Research Agency (ANR). The ANR project is called MYGALE and aims at understanding the influence of hydrothermal alteration on volcano stability. The candidate will quantify alteration in-situ in the experimental device and post-mortem by 3D characterization using an X-ray microtomograph (porosity-permeability). The alteration products will be characterized using electron microprobe and/or X-ray diffraction.

Skills in volcanology and pressure-temperature experimentation will be assets for obtaining the PhD grant.

Application closing date: 23rd May 2022.

Please find full information here.