3 edition of Global Environmental Change found in the catalog.
August 1, 1994
by International Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||263|
This book explores the connections between two of the most transformative processes of the 21st century, namely global environmental change and globalization. It presents a conceptual framework for analyzing the interactions between these two processes, and illustrates, through case studies, how these interactions create situations of “double exposure.”Author: Robin Leichenko. Global Problems, Global Solutions: Prospects for a Better World approaches social problems from a global perspective with an emphasis on using one’s sociological imagination. Perfect for instructors who involve students in research, this text connects problems borne by individuals to regional, global and historical forces, and stresses the importance of evidence in forming .
Enviromedics takes the reader beyond debates about environmental change and its causes to a thoughtful, science-based discussion about the relationship between climate change and human health. This is a worthy conversation to be had among health care providers, and even more importantly, among our general populations. As global environmental change assumes a more central place in human affairs, science is being thrust into the unfamiliar and uncomfortable role of a major player in a heated and potentially divisive international debate about the nature and severity of global change and its implications for ways of life. Much is at stakeFile Size: 1MB.
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The handbook Global Environmental Change is intended to serve as a reliable and comprehensive resource to attend the needs of researchers, teachers, students, and professionals working in science and policy aspects relevant to environment and sustainability.
Entries in the handbook are arranged by major section, and are extensively cross-referenced. Thus, this book, presenting an up-to-date view of geological history, the ice ages, the global carbon cycle, the cycles of nitrogen and phosphorus, the fate of ozone and pesticides, human energy use, desertification, forest clearance and biological diversity, is both a splendid introduction to environmental science and a tribute to scientific 5/5(1).
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To understand global environmental change, it is necessary to focus on the interactions of environmental systems, including the atmosphere, the biosphere, the geosphere, and the hydrosphere, and human systems, including economic, political, cultural, and sociotechnical systems.
Human systems and environmental systems meet in two places: where. Environments around the globe are undergoing human-induced change. Human population growth, rapid urbanization, expanding global economy, and the diffusion of western consumer lifestyles are placing increasing pressure on natural and social systems.
Global institutions, nation-states, and local communities are seeking to identify and employ sustainable solutions Cited by: 2. Editor, Global Environmental Change The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Send an email to J. Barnett.
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As this book shows, at the same time. This is the first textbook to consider all aspects of the cryosphere system in the context of global environmental change driven by human activity and climate. Considers all six aspects of the cryosphere – ice sheets, glacier ice, permafrost, river and lake ice, sea ice and snow – in the context of global environmental change driven by human activity and climate.
Describes a new. Global environmental change includes multiple complex changes beyond temperature (T) increases. The primary global directional shift is the increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO 2). Through deforestation and fossil fuel burning, humans have dramatically increased transfer of carbon (C) from the lithosphere and biosphere to the atmosphere.
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The book is written for students of geography &. Introduction. Humanity is a major force in global change and shapes ecosystem dynamics from local environments to the biosphere as a whole (Redman, ; Steffen et al., ; Kirch, ).At the same time human societies and globally interconnected economies rely on ecosystems services and support (Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MA), ).It is now Cited by: Yet understanding the human side--human causes of and responses to environmental change--has not yet received sustained attention.
Global Environmental Change offers a strategy for combining the efforts of natural and social scientists to better understand how our actions influence global change and how global change influences us.
Book Description. This fascinating book is the first comprehensive analysis of the economic, social and political interrelationships between tourism and global environmental change: one of the most significant issues facing humankind today.
The book, a product of the Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change research project (IDGEC), offers both theoretical and empirical perspectives. Chapters range from analytical overviews to case studies of institutional interaction, interplay management, and regime complexes in areas including climate change, fisheries management.
Volcanism and Global Environmental Change discusses the origins, features and timing of volumetrically large volcanic eruptions; methods for assessing gas and tephra release in the modern day and the palaeo-record; and the impacts of volcanic gases and aerosols on the environment, from ozone depletion to mass extinctions.
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This book provides the reader a broad grounding in the science of Earth Observation (EO) of our changing planet. It contains a comprehensive sequenced discussion covering the significant themes of global change, their cause, and how they can be monitored through time.
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The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy presents an authoritative and comprehensive overview of global policy on climate and the environment.
It combines the strengths of an interdisciplinary team of experts from around the world to explore current debates and the latest thinking in the search for global environmental solutions.
Debut author Gboloo begins the first installment in his four volume series by outlining the destructiveness of global warming as attested by the most recent scientific findings. The link between climate change and forest fires is important: hotter temperatures can contribute to more fires, and the forests play a crucial role in rejuvenating.