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Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change

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The Earth's biosphere is being transformed by various anthropogenic activities. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change addresses a wide range of environmental topics and pressing issues including global climate change processes and effects, stratospheric ozone depletion, acid deposition, eutrophication of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, species extinction and loss of biological diversity, deforestation and forest degradation, desertification, soil resource degradation and land use change, sea-level rise and destruction of coastal zones, depletion of fresh-water and marine fisheries, loss of wetlands and riparian zones, and hazardous waste management.
Print ISSN:
1381-2386

Aims and Scope

Response options to mitigate these threats or to adapt to changing environs are needed to ensure a sustainable biosphere for all forms of life. To that end, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change provides a forum to encourage the conceptualization, critical examination and debate on environmental change response options. Moreover, the aim of this journal is to provide a forum to review, analyze and stimulate the development, testing and implementation of mitigation and adaptation strategies at regional, national and global scales. One of the primary goals of the journal is to contribute to real-time policy development as environmental treaties and agreements are discussed and promulgated.

Examples of mitigation and adaptation strategies, policies and technical topics considered by this journal include emerging environmental technologies, restoration and reclamation ecology, non- renewable energy conservation, renewable and alternative energy supply and use, sustainable development of the biosphere, bioengineering applications, environmental and ecological economics, renewable resource management, integrated systems planning and development, international environmental treaties and agreements, environmental services, valuation and equity, alternative human infrastructure and transportation systems.

Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change is necessarily transdisciplinary in scope and welcomes full papers, short communications, book reviews and occasionally reviews of complex, novel or emerging mitigation and adaptation strategies. All papers are subject to thorough peer-review. Prompt publication is a priority consistent with a high standard of quality and presentation.

Editor

Editor-in-Chief:

Robert K. Dixon
Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA

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