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Season creep. How global warming is already affecting the world around us. An analysis of the impact of climate change on seasonal cycles

Season creep. How global warming is already affecting the world around us. An analysis of the impact of climate change on seasonal cycles

Even though the full impact of global warming has yet to be felt, the world around us is already feeling the heat. According to the latest scientific studies reviewed for… Read more »

Vulnerability of African mammals to anthropogenic climate change under conservative land transformation assumptions

Vulnerability of African mammals to anthropogenic climate change under conservative land transformation assumptions

Recent observations show that human-induced climate change (CC) and land transformation (LT) are threatening wildlife globally. Thus, there is a need to assess the sensitivity of wildlife on large spatial… Read more »

POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON NEW MEXICO

POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON NEW MEXICO

This report has been prepared by state agency personnel pursuant to Governor Richardson’s Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Reduction Executive Order 05-033, issued June 9, 2005 (Richardson 2005). The purpose… Read more »

Increasing destructiveness of tropical cyclones over the past 30 years

Increasing destructiveness of tropical cyclones over the past 30 years

Theory and modellingpredict that hurricane intensity should increase with increasing global mean temperatures, but work on the detection of trends in hurricane activity has focused mostly on their frequencyand shows… Read more »

Snow and glacier cover assessment in the high mountains of Sikkim Himalaya

Snow and glacier cover assessment in the high mountains of Sikkim Himalaya

This study highlights the assessment of snow and glacier cover for possible inferences of global climate change impacts in high mountains like the Himalaya. The test catchment of the River… Read more »

Climate variability at Marion Island, Southern Ocean, since 1960

Climate variability at Marion Island, Southern Ocean, since 1960

In recent decades, instrumental data recorded at the South African Weather Service station on Marion Island (46°54′S and 37°51′E) in the Southern Ocean shows that the local climate of this… Read more »

Relationship between increases in global mean temperature and impacts on ecosystems, food production, water and socio-economic systems

Relationship between increases in global mean temperature and impacts on ecosystems, food production, water and socio-economic systems

This paper attempts to associate different levels of global mean surface temperature increase and/or sea level rise with specific impacts and risks for species, ecosystems, agriculture, water and socio-economic damages… Read more »

Potential impact of sea level rise: Nile Delta

Potential impact of sea level rise: Nile Delta

Rising sea level would destroy weak parts of the sand belt, which is essential for the protection of lagoons and the low-lying reclaimed lands in the Nile delta of Egypt… Read more »

Climate change: small island developing states

Climate change: small island developing states

Small island developing States (SIDS) have long been recognized by the international community as a special case whose needs and concerns have to be addressed (see box 1). Although these… Read more »

Climate change effects on species interactions in an alpine plant community

Climate change effects on species interactions in an alpine plant community

Author: Kari Klanderud I examined the role of species interactions on the population dynamics of the herb Thalictrum alpinum and the sedge Carex vaginata by removing the dwarf shrub Dryas… 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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