Plataforma sobre Adaptación al Cambio Climático en España

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Cambio Climático 2007 - Impacto, Adaptación y Vulnerabilidad ofrece la evaluación científica más abarcadora y actual del impacto del cambio climático, la vulnerabilidad de los entornos natural y humano y el potencial de respuesta mediante la adaptación.
Cambio Climático 2007 – Base de Ciencia Física constituye la evaluación científica más integral y actualizada del cambio climático pasado, presente y futuro.
El presente Informe de síntesis, junto con su Resumen para responsables de políticas, constituye la cuarta y última parte del Cuarto Informe de Evaluación (CIE) del Grupo Intergubernamental de Expertos sobre el Cambio Climático (IPCC) - “Cambio climático 2007”.
For the global tourism industry, climate change brings more risks than opportunities. There will be regional and seasonal shifts in tourist flows, resulting in both winners and losers.
The complementarity of two renewable energy sources, namely hydro and wind, is investigated. We consider the diversification effect of wind power to reduce the risk of water inflow shortages, an important energy security concern for hydropower-based economic zones (e.g. Québec and Norway).
In issuing its ‘Gran Canaria Declaration on Climate Change and Plant Conservation’ the Gran Canaria Group, whose membership is drawn from major biodiversity conservation organisations around the world, including botanic gardens, is calling on the international community to take urgent action to prot
Global climate change has already resulted in an increase in oceanic water temperatures in some areas and is predicted to lead to further increases throughout much of the world in the foreseeable future.
Hadley circulation was first proposed by Sir George Hadley and Sir Edmund Halley in 1735. When they proposed an explanation for the observed wind patters in the tropics. Hadley circulation is a large scale circulation over the tropics.
This poster builds upon the earlier work of Osborn et al. (1999), Ulbrich et al. (1999), Zorita & Gonzalez-Ruoco (2000) and others, in evaluating and applying climate model simulations to answer a number of questions about the North Atlantic Oscillation.
La obra presenta las comunicaciones al VIII congreso Internacional AEC (Salamanca, 2012) distribuidas en tres ponencias: I: Escenarios y modelos climáticos (22 comunicaciones) II: Variabilidad climática y extremos (45 comunicaciones) III: Impactos climáticos (30 comunicaciones)