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Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Subsidence: Causes, Consequences, and Strategies

by Springer

Greenhouse-induced climate warming increasingly appears to be a reality, and the warming climate will be accompanied by an accelerated sea level rise - as much as 60-100 cm over the next century. What is commonly absent in the discussion of rising sea level, however, is the role played by the subsidence of low-lying coastal areas, which can ...;

Mangrove forests, climate change and sea level rise : hydrological influences on community structure and survival, with examples from the Indo-West Pa

by Earthprint Ltd

An evaluation of the potential response of mangrove communities to changes in key environmental variables associated with a warmer world. Past and present distribution patterns and ecological data on community structure and species diversity provide insights to possible responses to sea level rise.;

Physical Oceanography of the Baltic Sea

by Springer

The Baltic Sea oceanographic research community is wide and the research history is over 100 years old. Nevertheless, there is still no single, coherent book on the physical oceanography of the Baltic Sea as a whole. There is a strong need for such a book, coming from working oceanographers as well as the university teaching programmes in advanced ...;

Climatic Change in the Intra-Americas seas

by Earthprint Ltd

This book by oceanographers, meteorologists, ecologists and social scientists gives an account of the implications that global warming and sea-level rise will have on ecosystems and the socio-economic structure in the marine and coastal regions of the Caribbean, the gulf of Mexico, the Bahamas, Bermuda and the Northeast coast of south America. The ...;

Global and Regional Climate Interaction: The Caspian Sea Experience

by Springer

The problem of global and regional climate interactions is receiving increased attention in light of anticipated global warming and its possible environmental and societal consequences. The Caspian Sea Basin is a region where such consequences may be particularly significant. This book traces the complex linkages between climatic changes in ...;

The Black Sea Flood Question: Changes in Coastline, Climate and Human Settlement

by Springer

Stimulated by 'Noah’s Flood Hypothesis' proposed by W. Ryan and W. Pitman in which a catastrophic inundation of the Pontic basin was linked to the biblical story, leading experts in Black Sea research (including oceanography, marine geology, paleoclimate, paleoenvironment, archaeology, and linguistic spread) provide overviews of their data and ...;

Scientific, Environmental, and Political Issues in the Circum-Caspian Region

by Springer

The Caspian Sea has attracted the attention of scientists, environmentalists, legal scholars and policymakers for a variety of reasons: scientists and policymakers are concerned about the sharp increase in the Caspian Sea level (>2.5 m in 20 years). The rising waters have inundated coastal areas, including buildings, settlements, ...;

Global climate change and coral reefs : implications for people and reefs. Report of the UNEP-IOC-ASPEI-IUCN Global task Team on the implications of c

by Earthprint Ltd

A global overview of the potential impacts of climate change and sea level rise on coral reefs, and of the implications of such impacts for ecological sustainable use of coral reefs. Includes information on the status and trends of reef conservation and use around the world, and suggestions for management of reefs in a changing world.;

Marine, Freshwater, and Wetlands Biodiversity Conservation

by Springer

Marine, coastal and wetland habitats are threatened, not only through exploitation, but also by the prospect of climate change – as ocean currents change course, sea levels rise, and rainfall patterns change. Even the once-common cod is now under threat from the combined effects of over-fishing and a dramatic change-induced decrease in the ...;

Unnatural Disasters

by Worldwatch Institute

In the 1990s, natural catastrophes like hurricanes, floods, and fires caused over $608 billion in economic losses worldwide, an amount greater than during the previous four decades combined. But a growing share of this devastation is not 'natural' at all: the effects of a disaster are magnified by ecologically destructive practices, like degrading ...;

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