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D5.2: Report on stocktaking for the case studies: definition of guidelines for data structure and representation; concepts for impact and vulnerability assessment

 

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Abstract

The MEDIATION common platform aims at efficiently supporting users in interactively identifying appropriate methods and tools for specific climate change adaptation problems, based on the MEDIATION integrated methodology. The MEDIATION case studies will be embedded into the common platform such that they can serve as initial pool of consistently structured illustrative examples of problem - method combinations.

D5.2 develops and describes a framework to guide the subsequent integration of cases into the common platform. To this end, an initial framework for the common platform is outlined, sketching core user functionality, as well as logical key components, entities and their interrelations. Based on this, the various relevant dimensions of integrating case studies into the common platform are derived and discussed.

Key elements of MEDIATION, including its integrated methodology, the toolbox, the common platform and the case studies are subject to ongoing research. Thus, rather than defining a strict and final set of integration guidelines, D5.2 provides the initial version of a living document, as the framework for case study integration will be subsequently refined and developed further in an iterative manner throughout the project’s runtime.

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