This Climate Change Science Compendium presents some of the issues and ideas that have emerged since the close of research for consideration by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Report over three years ago. Focusing on work that brings new insights to aspects of Earth System Science at various scales, it discusses findings from the International Polar Year and from new technologies that enhance our abilities to see the Earthas Systems in new ways. Evidence of unexpected rates of change in Arctic sea-ice extent, ocean acidification, and species loss emphasizes the urgency needed to develop management strategies for addressing climate change.Wally Was Right: Predictive Ability of the North Atlantic aquot;Conveyor Beltaquot; Hypothesis for Abrupt Climate Change. ... L.D. and Wallace, J.M. (2003). ... Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 363(1 498), 1 873-1 880 Blackford, J., Jones, N., Proctor, R., Holt, J., ... An initial assessment of the potential environmental impact of C02 escape from marine carbon capture and storage ... Routing Of Meltwater From The Laurentide Ice Sheet During The Younger Dryas Cold Episode.
|Title||:||Climate Change Science Compendium 2009|
|Author||:||Catherine P. McMullen, Jason Ramsey Jabbour|
|Publisher||:||UNEP/Earthprint - 2009|