0
Jump to main content

Christian Webersik

Professor

MSc, DPhil Oxon

 
Office:
H2031 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )
Office hours:
Open door

My research interests are climate change and security, post-conflict studies, natural hazards and social sustainability.

Courses and teaching

ME-413 Research methods in development and planning studies
UT-504 Cross-cutting issues in development and crisis management
ME-521 Field course and master thesis seminar
UT-404 Current development issues: poverty, inequality and power
 

Academic interests

Sustainability Studies

Development Management

Research Methods in Social Sciences

E-teaching

Projects

Climate change and migration

Climate change and energy security

Information technology and disasters

Environmental peacebuilding

Scientific publications

  • Kelman Ilan, Upadhyay Himani, Simonelli Andrea C., Arnall Alex, Mohan Divya, Lingaraj GJ, Nair Shadananan, Webersik Christian, Here and now: perceptions of Indian Ocean islanders on the climate change and migration nexus (2017). Geografiska Annaler. Series B. Human Geography . ISSN 0435-3684. 99 (3), s 284 - 303 doi: 10.1080/04353684.2017.1353888
  • Henökl Thomas, Webersik Christian, Power Politics or Transnational Public Administration? Comparing European and Chinese Cooperation with Sri Lanka and Myanmar (2016). Asia-Pacific Journal of EU Studies . ISSN 1598-8902. 14 (1), s 1 - 24
  • Jørstad Hanne, Webersik Christian, Vulnerability to climate change and adaptation strategies of local communities in Malawi: Experiences of women fish processing groups in the Lake Chilwa Basin (2016). Earth System Dynamics . ISSN 2190-4979. 7 (4), s 977 - 989 doi: 10.5194/esd-7-977-2016
  • Webersik Christian, Crawford Alec, Commerce in the Chaos: Bananas, Charcoal, Fisheries and Conflict in Somalia (2015).
  • Jørstad Hanne, Webersik Christian, Living with Climate Change: Adapting to Environmental Change in Malawi (2015). Earth System Dynamics Discussions . ISSN 1866-3591. 6
  • Webersik Christian, Gonzalez Jose J, Dugdale Julie Anne, Munkvold Bjørn Erik, Granmo Ole-Christoffer, Towards an integrated approach to emergency management: interdisciplinary challenges for research and practice (2015). Culture Unbound. Journal of Current Cultural Research . ISSN 2000-1525. 7 (3), s 524 - 540 doi: 10.3384/cu.2000.1525.1572525
  • Webersik Christian Bargaining for the spoils of war: Somalia’s failing path from war to peace (2014). African Security . ISSN 1939-2206. 7 (4), s 277 - 302 doi: 10.1080/19392206.2014.977173
  • Esteban Miguel, Webersik Christian, Leary David, Thompson-Pomeroy Dexter, Nanotechnology may provide innovative solutions to climate change (2014).
  • Henökl Thomas, Webersik Christian, The Impact of Institutional Change on Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of the EU Horn of Africa Strategy (2014). European Foreign Affairs Review . ISSN 1384-6299. 19 (4), s 519 - 537
  • Webersik Christian Climate Change, Water and Health: Current Impacts and Future Challenges for Human Security (2013).
  • Webersik Christian, Klose Christian, Disasters and Human Security: Natural Hazards and Political Instability in Haiti and the Dominican Republic (2013).
  • Webersik Christian, Bergius Michael, Spotlight: The Biofuels Transition (2013).
  • Webersik Christian Climate-induced migration and conflict: what are the links? (2012).
  • Webersik Christian, Crawford Alec, Commerce in the Chaos: Bananas, Charcoal, Fisheries, and Conflict in Somalia (2012). The Environmental Law Reporter . ISSN 0046-2284. 42 (6),
  • Webersik Christian Securitizing Climate Change: The United Nations Security Council Debate (2012).
  • Webersik Christian Sicherheitsbedenken : Klimaschutz und Klimaanpassung (2012). Wissenschaft und Frieden . ISSN 0947-3971. 30 (3),
  • Esteban Miguel, Webersik Christian, Shibayama Tomoya, Methodology for the estimation of the increase in time loss due to future increase in tropical cyclone intensity in Japan (2010). Climatic Change . ISSN 0165-0009. 102 (3-4), s 555 - 578 doi: 10.1007/s10584-009-9725-9
  • Webersik Christian, Esteban Miguel, Shibayama Tomoya, The economic impact of future increase in tropical cyclones in Japan (2010). Natural Hazards . ISSN 0921-030X. 55 (2), s 233 - 250 doi: 10.1007/s11069-010-9522-9
  • Webersik Christian, Wilson Clarice, Achieving Environmental Sustainability and Growth in Africa: the Role of Science, Technology and Innovation (2009). Sustainable Development . ISSN 0968-0802. 17 (6), s 400 - 413 doi: 10.1002/sd.411
  • Esteban Miguel, Webersik Christian, Shibayama Tomoya, Effect of a global warming-induced increase in typhoon intensity on urban productivity in Taiwan (2009). Sustainability Science . ISSN 1862-4065. 4 (2), s 151 - 163
  • Esteban Miguel, Webersik Christian, Leary David, Nanotechnology, ocean energy and forestry - making climate change mitigation work (2009).
  • Webersik Christian, Esteban Miguel, Shibayama Tomoya, The economic impact of future increase in tropical cyclones in Japan (2009). IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment . ISSN 1755-1307. 6
  • Webersik, Christian (2010). Climate change and security : a gathering storm of global challenges. Praeger. ISBN 978-0-313-38006-8. 185 s.
  • Webersik Christian The effects of global warming on maritime security (2018).
  • Webersik Christian, Thalheimer Lisa, Re-assessing climate conflicts and migration in East Africa (2018).
  • Eriksen Stein Sundstøl, Webersik Christian, Hansen Stig Jarle, Egal Adam, Somalia: A Political Economy Analysis (2018).
  • Webersik Christian The security implications of climate change: challenges for maritime security (2018).
  • Webersik Christian, Thalheimer Lisa, Reinterpreting the role of extreme weather in conflict and humanitarian crisis (2018).
  • Webersik Christian Forskerportrett: Krisehåndtering https://www.uia.no/forskning (2018).
  • Webersik Christian Dette forsker jeg på: Vi må lære av nazi-erfaringene (2018).
  • Webersik Christian Global challenges – Climate change and Migration (2017).
  • Mukisa Philemon, Webersik Christian, Tumusiime David, Liwenga Emma, RS Tabuti John, Dissent within consent: Lessons from a REDD+ pilot project in Tanzania (2017).
  • Webersik Christian Lokalbefolkningen må bli bedre forberedt på flom (2017).

Last changed: 18.12.2018 12:12

Share study by email