Emma Terämä

Emma Terämä developed multi-state population projections of the future of religions worldwide.

Emma Terämä received her Doctor of Science in Technology in 2007 from the Helsinki University of Technology, Finland.

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Funding: Academy of Finland, World Population Program

Nationality: Finnish

Program: World Population Program

Dates: April 2007 – December 2008

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Williges K, Mechler R, Werners S, Krasovskii A , Dosio A, Khabarov N , Terama E, & Trombi G (2013). Improved Methods and Metrics for Assessing Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation. Deliverable 2.4, Technical Report, FP7 MEDIATION Project (28 April 2013)

Terama E (2009). Urban and peri-urban population dynamics in case study cities within Europe. Finnish Yearbook of Population Research: 109-122.

Terama E, Ollila OHS, Salonen E, Rowat AC, Trandum C, Westh P, Patra M, Karttunen M, et al. (2008). Influence of ethanol on lipid membranes: From lateral pressure profiles to dynamics and partitioning. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (13): 4131-4139. DOI:10.1021/jp0750811.

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