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CRU Information Sheet no. 2: The Causes of Climatic Change
CRU Information Sheet no. 2: The Causes of Climatic Change Climatic Research Unit : Information sheets 2: The Causes of Climatic Change Mick Kelly The character of the Earth's climate system is shaped by the ... of 80 years and longer, and these longer-term fluctuations have also been linked to climatic change. In the early 1600s, the sunspot cycle almost disappeared and this phenomenon, the so-called ...
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Marine Biodiversity and Climate Change: Assessing and Predicting the Influence of Climatic Change Using Intertidal Rocky Shore Biota
Climatic Change Using Intertidal Rocky Shore Biota | Home | Staff Only | Contact Us | Search | Occasional Publications of the Marine Biological Association No. 20 Marine Biodiversity and Climate Change: Assessing and Predicting the Influence of Climatic Change ...
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The Regional Impacts of Climate Change
African trypanosomiasis (tsetse flies). Climatic change may alter not only the physiological constraints placed on the vector but also ... where severity of transmission is restricted climatologically, are most likely to be affected by climatic change. It is important to distinguish between restrictions related to rainfall and those related ...
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Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis
Executive Summary 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Factors Contributing to Sea Level Change 11.2.1 Ocean Processes 11.2.1.1 Observational estimates of ... balance studies 11.2.2.2 Sensitivity to temperature change 11.2.2.3 Sensitivity to precipitation change 11.2.2.4 Evolution of area 11 ... 11.2.3.3 Numerical modelling 11.2.3.4 Sensitivity to climatic change 11.2.4 Interaction of Ice Sheets, Sea Level and the Solid ...
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NEHA JEH Position on Global Climate Change
Working Group on Climate Change Response Strategies and Emission Reductions," Climatic Change, 27:139-146. 3. National Research Council, Panel on Aerosol Radiative Forcing and Climate Change (1996), A Plan for a Research Program on Aerosol Radiative Forcing and Climate Change ...
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U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
With climatic change, the agricultural productivity of some nations could rise, and others fall. The agricultural ... are already disadvantaged. The economic development of these nations could be seriously curtailed were climatic change to compromise their ability to feed themselves. Adaptation to altered climate regimes is ...
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U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
How great a role has the Sun played in climatic changes of the past? An ... from year to year. Yet, were it the only agent of climatic change, we would live in a world where the mean global surface ... the other climatic variables on which current projections are based. Go to: The Sun and Climate U.S. Global Change Research Information Office, ...
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Frogs Australia Network - Climate change
Climate change Climate change Conservation Frog Declines Threatening Processes Habitat Loss Introduced Species Cane Toads Pollution Climate change Diseases Ultraviolet Radiation Saving Frogs - What You Can Do ... breed any reduction or change in rainfall could reduce frog reproduction and recruitment. Climate change in Australia Current research suggests that large scale climatic change contributed to ...
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EcoSpeakers Books - Climate Change, Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect
A geographer and paleoclimatologist with extensive field experience, Bradley verifies human induced climate change and explains the science that drives his work. More… | Raymond Bradley EcoSpeakers Info >> Climatic Change at High Elevation Sites. By Raymond Bradley. Provides a unique, in-depth view of past, present and potential future climatic change in ...
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Climate change and the UK's wild plants
UK Saving species & habitats Our nature reserves Campaigning for change Climate change and wild plants Genetically Modified Organisms Species decline Wildlife law Invasive plants Plants and ... wildlife. Predictions suggest that species will migrate northwards and upwards in altitude as their climatic space moves. However, this migration is unlikely to be a smooth or uneventful one. ...
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