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Für eine Tagung zum Thema „‚Eco-anxiety‘– Zukunftsangst und Klimawandel“, die vom 25.11. bis 28.11.2020 an der Sigmund-Freud-Privatuniversität Wien stattfinden wird, hat die Universität einen Call for Papers ausgeschrieben. Der Zusammenhang zwischen Klimawandel und Angst bzw. Zukunftsangst soll im Zentrum der Tagung stehen, die interdisziplinär angelegt ist. Es können theoretische oder empirische (qualitative oder quantitative) Beiträge aus Disziplinen, die zum Verständnis des Themas beitragen, eingereicht werden. Bei Interesse senden Sie bitte Abstract und CV an die angegebenen Mail-Adressen: bernd.rieken@univie.ac.at und rp(at)reinhold-popp.at

Einsendeschluss ist der 30.06.2020. Sollte die Tagung nicht stattfinden können, wird ein Sammelband veröffentlicht werden.

Die gesamten Informationen finden Sie hier.

 

The "Weather and Climate Extremes" journal is planning a special issue on “Compound Weather and Climate Events”.

Compound events are important because they often have immediate impacts and can cause widespread death and destruction. There are a wide range of compound events that occur on a variety of spatial and temporal scales. Understanding the interactions between a number of competing events is much more complex than understanding the drivers of individual events.

Manuscript submission deadline: 31.07.2020

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OSNEM is a peer-reviewed international journal that publishes high-quality scientific articles (both theoretical and experimental) and survey papers. The OSNEM usage has changed dramatically since the emergence of the pandemic. Moreover, OSNEM can be used to shed light, through big data analysis, on novel individual and social behaviours of people. 

This special issue seeks high-quality scientific articles (both theoretical and experimental) on the use of OSNEM at the time of COVID-19, to either characterise the human behaviour via large-scale OSNEM data analysis, or using OSNEM to fight the pandemic. Papers describing the process used to collect and use large-scale datasets from OSNEM platforms are welcome, provided datasets are made available to the research community.

Manuscript submission deadline: 31.07.2020

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of the supply chain generally and exposed the need to harden our social and technical systems, including the humanitarian supply chain, to respond. With this special collection, the Natural Hazards Review hopes to make a substantial contribution to the understanding of humanitarian supply chain knowledge as a sub-discipline of supply chain management theory and praxis. The topics covered here aim to improve international, national, and regional capacities for disaster risk analysis, management, and governance.

The American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) is looking for forum articles, technical notes, technical papers and case studies.

Deadline: 30.11.2020

You can find more information here.