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Climate change and timing of avian breeding and migration throughout Europe

Climate change and timing of avian breeding and migration throughout Europe

Bird breeding and spring migration phenology have advanced in response to climate change, but the effects differ between sites. Here, we examine the geographical variation in laying- date trends in… Read more »

Recent Glacial Retreat and Its Impact on Hydrological Processes on the Tibetan Plateau, China, and Surrounding Regions

Recent Glacial Retreat and Its Impact on Hydrological Processes on the Tibetan Plateau, China, and Surrounding Regions

Glacial retreat on the Tibetan Plateau and surrounding regions is characteristic since the 1960s and has intensified in the past 10 yr. The magnitude of glacial retreat is relatively small… Read more »

Assessment of observed changes and responses in natural and managed systems

Assessment of observed changes and responses in natural and managed systems

Physical and biological systems on all continents and in most oceans are already being affected by recent climate changes, particularly regional temperature increases (very high confidence) [1.3]. Climatic effects on… Read more »

The Melting Himalayas: Regional Challenges and Local Impacts of Climate Change on Mountain Ecosystems and Livelihoods (2007)

The Melting Himalayas: Regional Challenges and Local Impacts of Climate Change on Mountain Ecosystems and Livelihoods (2007)

This policy summary looks at reported and possible, future consequences of climate change in the greater Himalayan region. The main emphasis is on responses in high mountain phenomena like glaciers,… Read more »

Climatic change and the conservation of European biodiversity: Towards the development of adaptation strategies

Climatic change and the conservation of European biodiversity: Towards the development of adaptation strategies

  Prepared for the ‘Group of Experts on Biodiversity and Climate Change’ of the Bern Convention, this ‘Discussion Paper’ focuses upon the principles that must underpin the development of adaptation… Read more »

Opposing forces of aerosol cooling and El Niño drive coral bleaching on Caribbean reefs

Opposing forces of aerosol cooling and El Niño drive coral bleaching on Caribbean reefs

Bleaching of corals as a result of elevated sea surface temperatures (SST) is rapidly becoming a primary source of stress for reefs globally; the scale and extent of this threat… Read more »

REFLECTIONS ON AIR CAPTURE: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ACTIVE INTERVENTION IN THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT

REFLECTIONS ON AIR CAPTURE: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ACTIVE INTERVENTION IN THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT

When global climate change came onto domestic and international policy agendas in the late 1980s, only two types of response were initially considered: reducing emissions by improving efficiencies or switching… Read more »

Climate change threatens endangered lemurs

Climate change threatens endangered lemurs

A change in climate could mean the difference between survival and extinction for Madagascar’s endangered lemurs, reveals a report by Earthwatch scientist Dr. Patricia Wright of Stony Brook University.* The… Read more »

Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Recent Climate Change

Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Recent Climate Change

Ecological changes in the phenology and distribution of plants and animals are occurring in all well-studied marine, freshwater, and terrestrial groups. These observed changes are heavily biased in the directions… Read more »

Potential impact of climate change on fire risk in the Mediterranean area

Potential impact of climate change on fire risk in the Mediterranean area

In this study, output of the Hadley Centre Regional Circulation Model (RCM) (HadRM3P, 0.44° × 0.44° resolution) was used as input to the Canadian Forest Fire Weather Index (FWI) for… Read more »

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  • Information For Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers

    Oxidizers are an important component of any industrial process. If you have any exhaust gases whatsoever, you’re going to want an oxidizer to reduce your carbon output and leave the air around your industrial center cleaner. In many locations, some… Read more »

  • The University of Southern California (USC)

    It might seem like the idea of the classic librarian is fading, but that is not the case. The role of the modern librarian is simply evolving, and the University of Southern California understands those changes and is helping to… Read more »

  • Advanced Geosciences Resistivity Survey

    If you look at a current Advanced Geosciences resistivity survey, you will notice that it is probably in 2D. This gives you a good sense of how the ground changes as you go deeper. It can really paint a picture… Read more »

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