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Tina Schmid Neset

Professor

Dr Neset’s research focus lies on the visualization of Climate Change and Resource Flows as well as on resource management and vulnerability assessments related to agriculture and food security.  

Climate Change, food security and resource 

Dr. Tina-Simone Neset’s research addresses two important challenges for environmental change analysis, which are to understand resource and material flows related to land-use and to develop new methods and tools for analysing linkages between environmental and sustainable development issues.

Global phosphorus scarcity is a vigorously debated issue in the scientific literature. Dr. Neset’s recent research, predominantly in collaboration with colleagues at the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney, has been focused on scenario studies for global phosphorus use and to identifying synergies between sustainable phosphorus management and other sustainability challenges. In a recent study, we developed a qualitative vulnerability framework for phosphorus scarcity.

Resource management, land use and agriculture in the Nordic Countries

In the Nordic Centre of Excellence on Strategic Adaptation Research (NORD-STAR), the sub-project Interactive land-use modelling, visualisation and decision support as well as the FORMAS project Identifying thresholds for maladaptation in Nordic agriculture focus on the linkages between different factors, such as climate change, resource use and agricultural production. The vulnerability concept provides a theoretical framework to assess factors of exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity, while a novel approach towards maladaptation will be developed with the help of interactive visualization and gaming methodology.

Interactive visualization for decision support

The research on interactive visualization for decision support includes research methods for stakeholder engagement in vulnerability and adaptation research as well as information and geographic visualization. The Norrköping Decision Arena, which has been launched in March 2015 as a lab for visualization-supported dialogues will enable methodological development as well as experimental research on visualization tools, such as VisAdapt, tools for open data in the water sector, related to the EU FP7 funded SWITCH-ON project and a toolbox for social learning in nutrient and flood risk management in for the recently funded MIRACLE project.

Publications

2023

Juan Serrano-Gomez, Genevieve Metson, Tina Schmid Neset, Jakob Santner, Ludwig Hermann, Matthias Zessner (2023) EU-compliant wastewater recycled phosphorus: How much national cereal demand can it meet? Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 429, Article 139482 Continue to DOI
Sara Cruz, Marisa Graca, Paulo Conceicao, Tina Schmid Neset, Sirkku Juhola (2023) Exploring the affective dimension in citizen science to support urban climate adaptation: a conceptual framework Journal of Environmental Planning and Management Continue to DOI
Katerina Vrotsou, Carlo Navarra, Kostiantyn Kucher, Igor Fedorov, Fredrik Schück, Jonas Unger, Tina-Simone Neset (2023) Towards a Volunteered Geographic Information-Facilitated Visual Analytics Pipeline to Improve Impact-Based Weather Warning Systems Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Article 1141 Continue to DOI
Tomasz Opach, Carlo Navarra, Jan Ketil Rød, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Julie Wilk, Sara Santos Cruz, Almar Joling (2023) Identifying relevant volunteered geographic information about adverse weather events in Trondheim using the CitizenSensing participatory system Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, Vol. 50, p. 1806-1821 Continue to DOI

2022

Sirkku K. Juhola, Janina Kayhko, Milja Heikkinen, Tina Schmid Neset, Heidi Tuhkanen (2022) Governance and everyday adaptations? Examining the disconnect between planned and autonomous adaptation through justice outcomes Ecology & Society, Vol. 27, Article 41 Continue to DOI
Will Brownlie, Mark A. Sutton, Marissa A. de Boer, Lino Camprubí, Helen A. Hamilton, Kate V. Heal, Tibisay Morgandi, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Bryan M. Spears (2022) Phosphorus reserves, resources and uses Our Phosphorus Future, p. 20-71
Lise Styve, Carlo Navarra, Julie Maria Petersen, Tina-Simone Neset, Katerina Vrotsou (2022) A Visual Analytics Pipeline for the Identification and Exploration of Extreme Weather Events from Social Media Data Climate, Vol. 10, p. 174-174 Continue to DOI
Tina-Simone Neset, Carlo Navarra, Marisa Graça, Tomasz Opach, Julie Wilk, Pontus Wallin, Lotta Andersson, Sara Santos Cruz, Ana Monteiro, J.K. Rød (2022) Navigating urban heat - Assessing the potential of a pedestrian routing tool Urban Climate, Vol. 46, Article 101333 Continue to DOI
Dana Cordell, Tim Benton, Paul Withers, Penny J Johnes, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Bryan M Spears (2022) Transforming food systems: implications for phosphorus Our Phosphorus Future, p. 73-111
David Bastviken, Julie Wilk, Thanh Duc Nguyen, Magnus Gålfalk, Martin Karlson, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Tomasz Opach, Alex Enrich Prast, Ingrid Sundgren (2022) Measuring greenhouse gas fluxes: what methods do we have versus what methods do we need?

News

The Norrköping Decision Arena

Research and projects

Norrköping Decision Arena.

Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research, CSPR

CSPR is a platform for knowledge production to trigger and promote societal changes towards safe and just climate futures for all. Our goal is to create knowledge and methodological approaches that can support and advance climate actions.

Flooding.

AI4ClimateAdaptation

AI4ClimateAdaptation explores the capacity of AI-based image processing and text mining to contribute to evaluating the accuracy of the national system for impact-based weather warnings and to contribute to the development of the system.

Mobil phone

Citizensensing

This project is an European project with partner institutes in Portugal, the Netherlands and Norway, aiming to co-design and assess participatory risk management systems to support urban climate resilience.


Citizensensing

Mistra Geopolitics

A research programme that critically explores the interaction between geopolitics, security and global climate and environmental change.


Mistra Geopolitics

Publications

2023

Juan Serrano-Gomez, Genevieve Metson, Tina Schmid Neset, Jakob Santner, Ludwig Hermann, Matthias Zessner (2023) EU-compliant wastewater recycled phosphorus: How much national cereal demand can it meet? Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 429, Article 139482 Continue to DOI
Sara Cruz, Marisa Graca, Paulo Conceicao, Tina Schmid Neset, Sirkku Juhola (2023) Exploring the affective dimension in citizen science to support urban climate adaptation: a conceptual framework Journal of Environmental Planning and Management Continue to DOI
Katerina Vrotsou, Carlo Navarra, Kostiantyn Kucher, Igor Fedorov, Fredrik Schück, Jonas Unger, Tina-Simone Neset (2023) Towards a Volunteered Geographic Information-Facilitated Visual Analytics Pipeline to Improve Impact-Based Weather Warning Systems Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Article 1141 Continue to DOI
Tomasz Opach, Carlo Navarra, Jan Ketil Rød, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Julie Wilk, Sara Santos Cruz, Almar Joling (2023) Identifying relevant volunteered geographic information about adverse weather events in Trondheim using the CitizenSensing participatory system Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, Vol. 50, p. 1806-1821 Continue to DOI

2022

Sirkku K. Juhola, Janina Kayhko, Milja Heikkinen, Tina Schmid Neset, Heidi Tuhkanen (2022) Governance and everyday adaptations? Examining the disconnect between planned and autonomous adaptation through justice outcomes Ecology & Society, Vol. 27, Article 41 Continue to DOI
Will Brownlie, Mark A. Sutton, Marissa A. de Boer, Lino Camprubí, Helen A. Hamilton, Kate V. Heal, Tibisay Morgandi, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Bryan M. Spears (2022) Phosphorus reserves, resources and uses Our Phosphorus Future, p. 20-71
Lise Styve, Carlo Navarra, Julie Maria Petersen, Tina-Simone Neset, Katerina Vrotsou (2022) A Visual Analytics Pipeline for the Identification and Exploration of Extreme Weather Events from Social Media Data Climate, Vol. 10, p. 174-174 Continue to DOI
Tina-Simone Neset, Carlo Navarra, Marisa Graça, Tomasz Opach, Julie Wilk, Pontus Wallin, Lotta Andersson, Sara Santos Cruz, Ana Monteiro, J.K. Rød (2022) Navigating urban heat - Assessing the potential of a pedestrian routing tool Urban Climate, Vol. 46, Article 101333 Continue to DOI
Dana Cordell, Tim Benton, Paul Withers, Penny J Johnes, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Bryan M Spears (2022) Transforming food systems: implications for phosphorus Our Phosphorus Future, p. 73-111
David Bastviken, Julie Wilk, Thanh Duc Nguyen, Magnus Gålfalk, Martin Karlson, Tina-Simone Schmid Neset, Tomasz Opach, Alex Enrich Prast, Ingrid Sundgren (2022) Measuring greenhouse gas fluxes: what methods do we have versus what methods do we need?

Researchers in my field

CV

Academic degree and mission

  • 2014  
    Senior Lecturer at Tema Environmental Change, Linköpings universitet 
  • 2014  
    Director of the Norrköping Decision Arena 
  • 2009  
    Head of Climate Visualization at Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research 
  • 2010-2014  
    Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Water and Environmental Studies, Linköpings university 
  • 2005   
    PhD in Water and Environmental Studies, Linköping university Thesis entitled ’’Environmental Imprint of Human food Consumption’.  

Teaching

  • Science for Sustainable Development ("Visualizing Climate Change’’ 7.5 ECTS)
  • Miljövetarprogrammet
  • Thematic Natural Science
  • Geography

Supervision

  • Lotten Wiréhn
  • Martin Karlsson
  • Anne Gammelgaard Ballantyne

Organisation