Newcastle University hosted a technical symposium on Earth Systems Engineering on 3rd-5th July 2012. The focus of the symposium was on systems engineering for sustainable adaptation to global change and brought together a wide range of individuals who are applying Earth Systems Engineering (ESE) principles, to share their experiences.
We have a number of printed copies of the proceedings available. Please email email@example.com if you would like a copy. In the meantime please feel free to browse the presentations below or download an electronic copy of the proceedings.
A number of papers were selected for publication in a special issue of Engineering Sustainability, Vol 166, Issue 5 can be accessed here.
Dawson RJ, Walsh CL and Kilsby CG (eds.) (2012) Earth Systems Engineering 2012: A technical symposium on systems engineering for sustainable adaptation to global change, Centre for Earth Systems Engineering Research, Newcastle University, U.K.
You can now download a low resolution pdf of the full symposium proceedings for ESE2012. High resolution and print versions available on request.
Welcome: A technical symposium on systems engineering for sustainable adaptation to global change
Richard Dawson - Newcastle University, UK
Ben Hughes - University of Leeds, UK
Brad Allenby - Arizona State University, USA
Bruce Beck - The University of Georgia, USA
Chris Kilsby - Newcastle University, UK
Dexter Hunt - Birmingham University, UK
Enda O’Connell - Newcastle University, UK
Spatial modelling and web-GIS tools for climate change adaptation planning in urban areas
Gina Cavan - University of Manchester, UK
Jennifer Schooling - Arup, Newcastle UK
Jim Hall - University of Oxford, UK
Jon Fink - Portland State University, USA
Thomas Kolbe - Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Margot Weijnen - TU Delft, the Netherlands
Khare Mukesh - IIT Delhi, India
Nem Vaughan - University of East Anglia, UK
Critical materials for low-carbon infrastructure: the analysis of local vs global properties
Phil Purnell - University of Leeds, UK
The Loughborough University TEmperature Network (LUTEN): Rationale and analysis of stream temperature variations
Rob Wilby - Loughborough University, UK
Sean Wilkinson - Newcastle University, UK
Stuart Barr - Newcastle University, UK
Complex Adaptive Systems Engineering - improving our understanding of complex systems and reducing their risk
Theresa Brown - Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Eco-vulnerability assessment and urban eco-zoning for global climate change --A case study of Shanghai, China
Xiangrong Wang - Fudan University, Shanghai, China
Christian Urich - University of Innsbruck, Austria