290016 SE Bachelorseminar Human Geography: Climate Change Adaption: Perspectives from Human Geography (2019W)
(auch für Lehramtsstudierende im Diplomstudium)
- Registration is open from Mo 02.09.2019 07:00 to Mo 16.09.2019 23:59
- Registration is open from Th 19.09.2019 17:00 to Tu 24.09.2019 23:59
- Deregistration possible until We 30.10.2019 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Thus, the following requirements must be fulfilled:
• regular attendance and active participation during the sessions
• session preparation
• in-class presentation
• writing of a short term paper
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
In class presentation (35%) and term paper (45%) will be marked individually as well as session preparation (20%). Assignments have to be passed individually. An assignment is passed with a minimum grade of 4.
100 - 87,5 % - grade 1
87,5 - 75 % - grade 2
75 - 62,5 % - grade 3
62,5 - 50 % - grade 4
less than 50% - grade 5
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GIZ 2017. Risk Supplement to the Vulnerability Sourcebook. Guidance on how to apply the Vulnerability Sourcebook’s approach with the new IPCC AR5 concept of climate risk. Germany: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ). Available online
Ford, J. D., Pearce, T., McDowell, G., Berrang-Ford, L., Sayles, J. S., & Belfer, E. (2018). Vulnerability and its discontents: the past, present, and future of climate change vulnerability research. Climatic change, 151(2), 189-203.
De Sherbinin, A., Bukvic, A., Rohat, G., Gall, M., McCusker, B., Preston, B., ... & Wilhelmi, O. (2019). Climate vulnerability mapping: A systematic review and future prospects. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 10(5), e600.