An open-access article published in WIREs Climate Change, https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.757, by Wasti et al. (2022) entitled “Climate change and the hydropower sector: A global review” analyze the effect of climate change on global hydropower generation, based on observed trends and near-future projections. The effects are indicated by two levels of symbols: high and low. Generally, if a climate change effect is discussed in more than 50% of the review papers for the region, a “high” symbol (filled in) is adopted. Also shown are the major rivers (blue lines), mountain ranges (cyan hue), and the location of existing and planned hydropower plants (purple dots) (Global Energy Observatory, 2018; Zarfl et al., 2015).
- Dr Bezak and Dr Lebar contributed to a paper on rainfall erosivity published in Earth-Science Reviews.
- UNESCO Chairs Seminars on “Futures of Higher Education” – Seminar 1: Beyond Limits: News Ways to Reinvent Higher Education.
- Dr Bezak contributed to the Comment on “Review of methods of spatio-temporal evaluation of rainfall erosivity and their correct application” by Brychta et al. (2022), Catena 217.
- Dr Mikoš contributed a paper entitled “Landslide Research and Technology in Patent Documents” in the new Springer Nature Book Series “Progress in Landslide Research and Technology”.
- Dr Mikoš contributed a paper published about UL FGG in the new Springer Nature Book Series “Progress in Landslide Research and Technology”.