Essays about: "regimskifte"

Found 3 essays containing the word regimskifte.

  1. 1. Niche Providers' Perspective : Barriers towards LOD implementation in Stockholm

    University essay from KTH/Hållbar utveckling, miljövetenskap och teknik

    Author : Maryam Khan; [2018]
    Keywords : LOD; niche providers; SNM; LOD; nischleverantörer; SNM;

    Abstract : Studies indicate that there will be an increase in precipitation and flooding in cities due to coming climate changes. The current stormwater management systems in Stockholm are not equipped to handle such a change. This necessitates a momentum towards sustainable stormwater solutions. READ MORE

  2. 2. Regime shifts in the Swedish housing market - A Markov-switching model analysis

    University essay from KTH/Fastigheter och byggande; KTH/Fastigheter och byggande

    Author : Jakob Stockel; Niklas Skantz; [2016]
    Keywords : Housing cycles; Markov-switching; regime shifts; MS-AR; transition probabilities; regime-switching model; MS-DR; turning points; Swedish housing market; forecasting; Bostadscykler; Markov-switching; regimskifte; MS-AR; overgangssannolikheter; vandpunktsmodell; MS-DR; vandpunkter; svenska bostadsmarknaden; prognos;

    Abstract : Problem statement: Accurate and reliable forecasts of trends in the housing market canbe useful information for market participants as well as policy makers. This information may be useful to minimize risk related to market uncertainty. READ MORE

  3. 3. Light, temperature and competition : understanding the causes for climate-driven regime shifts in arctic marine benthos

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Luft-, vatten- och landskapslära

    Author : Kim Scherrer; [2015]
    Keywords : macroalgae; light; invertebrate; coralline algae; Arctic; benthic; regime shift; climate change; marin ekologi; tång; kalkalg; Arktis; regimskifte; klimatförändring; ljus;

    Abstract : In the Arctic, shallow sea-floor communities have been documented to shift abruptly from an invertebrate-dominated state to a state with high macroalgal abundance. Climate warming, resulting in increased water temperatures and decreased sea ice cover, could trigger such regime shifts in benthic ecosystems, but the underlying mechanisms are not clear. READ MORE