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  • Changes of precipitation in China due to the enhanced greenhouse effect
  • China ; Drought ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Model ; Precipitation ; Rainstorm ; Summer ; Temperature ; Winter
  • The AA. discuss changes of precipitation in China due to growing greenhouse gases using GCM model assuming the IPCC Scenario. An increasing greehouse effect will lead to precipitation increases mostly in north of 30°N for winter, and strongly
  • increases along a slant belt from Northeast China to bay of Bangal for summer. The model results are also shown to imply that an increasing greenhouse effect enhances chances of intense storms and drought for winter and summer in China.
  • 1995
  • Greenhouse hydrology
  • Climatic variation ; Drought ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Hydrology ; Model ; Scale ; United Kingdom ; Water cycle ; Water resources
  • to global hydrology, regional downscaling and catchment-scale responses. A final section speculates on future directions of research for an emerging greenhouse hydrology.
  • 1995
  • Joint implementation projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: prospects for Poland
  • Climatic warming ; Concept ; Economic development ; Environmental conservation ; Global change ; Government policy ; Greenhouse effect ; International agreement ; Natural resources ; Poland ; Pollution ; Taxation system
  • This paper examines a range of issues that Poland would need to address to more effectively evaluate, implement, and monitor JI projects. Joint Implementation (JI) refers to a cooperative project between a donnor who provides funds or equipment
  • to reduce greenhouse gases in the territory of the host country. Particular attention is focussed on JI criteria, options for organizing a JI Secretariat, and legal issues related to negotiations and contracts the Government of Poland would undertake
  • 1995
  • Australia ; Economic development ; Environment ; Geographic research ; Global change ; Government policy ; Greenhouse effect ; Impact
  • This paper outlines aspects of policy developmment on greenhouse at the international level, Australia's role in that develoment, and the contributuion of Australian geographers. The paper touches on many of the complex issues and debates that have
  • 1995
  • Antarctica ; Catastrophe ; Climatic variation ; Climatic warming ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Ice core ; Ice sheet ; Quaternary ; Sea level
  • 1995
  • Atmosphere ; Biogenic process ; Biomass ; Ecosystem ; Geochemistry ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Human impact ; Model
  • 1995
  • Climatic variation ; Climatology ; Concept ; Education ; Forecast ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Impact ; Regional planning
  • 1995
  • The global risks are at the centre of the attention: ozone holz, greenhouse effect, resources exhaustion. At the same time, the A. affords the incapacity for facing these risks because of different patterns of rationality either by common people
  • 1995
  • Agroclimatology ; Climatology ; Geographical information system ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Land atmosphere interaction ; Land use ; Local climate ; Methodology ; Remote sensing ; Sweden
  • 1995
  • Coastal environment ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Human impact ; Humid environment ; Marine quaternary ; Model ; Sea level ; Shoreline ; Soil erosion
  • State-of-the-art modelling of climate-ocean response to anthropogenically enhanced greenhouse gas forcing has resulted, in a range of future sea-level rise scenarios encompassing a time interval from the present until 2100 AD. Within this context
  • 1995
  • Australia ; Drought ; Flood ; Floodplain ; Fluvial hydrology ; Forecast ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; New South Wales ; River bed
  • of this paper are to predict channel and floodplain changes for two likely future scenarios: for the first a probable imminent shift back to a drought-dominated regime (DDR), the second based on the imposition of a greenhouse climate, first on a waning DDR
  • 1995
  • Atmosphere ; Climatic variation ; Greenhouse effect ; Latitude ; Ozone ; Radiation balance ; Temperature ; Troposphere
  • 1995
  • Biodiversity ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Environmental management ; Global change ; Government policy ; Greenhouse effect ; International agreement ; Pollution ; Taxation system ; Technology transfer
  • 1995
  • Climatic variability ; Climatic warming ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Meltwater ; Model ; NOAA ; Remote sensing ; Russia ; Satellite imagery ; Siberia ; Snow ; Snow cover
  • 1995
  • Climatic variation ; Climatic warming ; Eastern France ; France ; Greenhouse effect ; Temperature ; Twentieth Century
  • 1995
  • Atmosphere ; Biogeochemistry ; Climate ; Climatic variation ; Forecast ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Human impact ; Model ; Modelling
  • 1995
  • Biosphere ; Climatic variation ; Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Impact study ; Man-environment relations ; Mediterranean area
  • 1995
  • Aeolian features ; Dendrochronology ; Drought ; Dune ; Global change ; Great Basin ; Greenhouse effect ; Historical geography ; Temperature ; United States of America ; Vegetation
  • 1995
  • Cartography ; Climatic warming ; Geosystem ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Model ; Natural environment ; North America
  • 1995