How to Write and Publish a Scientific (Paper Project Centered Course) , Week (1-4) All Quiz Answers with Assignments.

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PROMPT Write here your abstract Climate change has been the most argumentative issue of the world over the last few decades where developing countries like Bangladesh have been considered as most vulnerable to the forthcoming impacts. The geography, natural hazard proneness, and socioeconomic condition has already exacerbated the susceptibility of Bangladesh to extreme climate events. This study aims to identify the sectors of vulnerability and to visualize the spatial vulnerabilities through multivariate analysis in Geographic Information System (GIS). In order to implement an integrated assessment, 30 socioeconomic and 12 biophysical indicators have been incorporated in a combination of IPCC and UNFCCC framework. Input raster layers of indicators have been normalized and analyzed in Python module of ArcMap 10.5 to retain Principal Components (PCs). Through Catell’s scree test and Kaiser’s criterion, 6 principal components have been identified. The meteorological shift vulnerability (PC1) has identified the southeastern and western climatic sub-region consisting of 17 districts as highly vulnerable. The extreme climate vulnerability (PC2) has shown the coastal region with its 9 districts as highly vulnerable. Water related vulnerability (PC3) has been found high in riverine areas as well as in other wetlands and comprises 8 districts. Socioeconomic vulnerability (PC4) has been marked as high in south and hilly regions containing 35 districts. Most regions of the country have been found moderate to less vulnerable to infrastructure and information vulnerability (PC5). However, hazard shock vulnerability (PC6) has been high in southwest coastal region, central region and northeastern region, where households and crops are usually affected due to a variety of natural disasters, consisting of 7 districts. The present study however is a new edition in climate vulnerability assessment in Bangladesh since it encompasses multivariate spatial analysis to demonstrate countrywide climate change vulnerability. Results from this study should be an essential tool in taking proper measures related to the adaptation and mitigation of climate change impacts from root level to policymaking platforms.



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