Browse by Subject "Climate Change"
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(2014-01-16)The effect of multiple stressors on global water resources have been increasing rapidly over the past few decades. Anthropogenic activities such as rapid industrialization, urbanization, deforestation and increased application ...
Quasi-periodic oscillations in observed and simulated temperatures, and implications for the future (2013-08-22)Earth's climate system displays various modes of variability ranging from intra-seasonal to inter-decadal time scales, which hamper our ability to detect the human-caused warming signal in the climate record. Despite 44 ...
(European Union Center, 2003)This paper explores how climate change issues can be dealt with in a transnational context, with a case study of the EU. It attempts to provide an outline of the European climate change policy, of the actors in play, its ...
Sustainable strategies for urban water management for arid region: The case study of Jeddah City Saudi Arabia (2014-05-30)With the global concern of climate change, particularly the water shortage and degradation of the urban environment in Middle East and North Africa (MENA), there is a need for sustainable strategies to overcome these ...
The Tambora project: an atmospheric simulation and historical evaluation of the Mount Tambora eruption and its impacts on global climate and society (1815-18) (2014-01-16)The Tambora Project reconstructs on a global scale the most destructive episode of abrupt climate change in the modern historical record. The volcanic sulfate veil produced by the Tambora eruption in the period 1815-18 ...
Towards an ever closer union: with the Turks next door? Is Turkey the ideal energy partner for the EU? (2012-05-22)This thesis explores the respective energy policies of the European Union (EU) and Turkey, identifying common goals and external threats in order to entertain the hypothesis of whether Turkey is the ideal energy partner ...
(Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)How fish and other aquatic wildlife will respond to changes in their aquatic habitat due to Climate Change.
(Environmental Change Institute UIUC, 2010-06-15)How climate change will affect weather, growing seasons and crop productivity by the year 2050.
(Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)How climate change may affect food systems in the Midwest?
(Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)How urban planning and land use may accommodate the impacts of climate change.