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View Resource Global Wetland Distribution and Functional Characterization: Trace Gases and the Hydrologic Cycle

Library Holdings. The IGBP Wetlands workshop (Santa Barbara, CA, USA,16-20 May 1996) was held for the purpose of identifying data and research needs for characterizing wetlands in terms of their...
View Resource Global Environmental Change and Food Systems: Science Plan and Implementation Strategy

Recent years have seen a greatly increased understanding of how global environmental change will affect crop and animal productivity and these results pave the way for broader analyses of global...
View Resource Global Change and Mountain Regions: The Mountain Research Initiative

Library Holdings. The strong altitudinal gradients in mountain regions provide unique and sometimes the best opportunities to detect and analyse global change processes and phenomena....
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The vast majority of the Earth's water resources are salt water, with only 2.5% being fresh water. Approximately 70% of the fresh water available on the planet is frozen in the icecaps of Antarctica...
View Resource Agriculture

Solar radiation, temperature, and precipitation are the main drivers of crop growth; therefore agriculture has always been highly dependent on climate patterns and variations. Since the industrial...
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