Maps, Knowledge and Resilience: Application of ArcGIS in Building Small Islands’ Resilience to Climate ChangeSmall, low-lying islands are one of the most vulnerable social-ecological systems to climate change. Inundation caused by storm surges and sea level rise makes habitability a serious concern for islanders. This chapter explores how co-production of knowledge through a collaborative local and scientific inquiry could contribute to small islands’ resilience...
climate change, ArcGIS, India, low-lying small tropical islands, integration of local and scientific knowledge, resilience, collaborative research, knowledge co-production, Lakshadweep , local ecological knowledge, and mapping
Journal articleThis paper offers a brief introduction to MicroPasts, a web-enabled crowd-sourcing and crowd-funding project whose overall goal is to promote the collection and use of high quality research data via institutional and community collaborations, both on- and off-line. In addition to introducing this initiative, the discussion below is a reflection...
Bonacchi, Chiara ; Bevan, Andrew ; Pett, Daniel ; Keinan-Schoonbaert, Adi ; Sparks, Rachael …