Climate Warming in Western North America PDF ePub eBook

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Climate Warming in Western North America free pdf Western North America is a unique area to use as a laboratory for climate change. Aridity makes it highly sensitive to changes in precipitation and the majority of its water resources come from mountain streams fed by snowfall. Water availability in the West is dependent on both precipitation and evapotranspiration loss. Any change to water availability has a direct affect on agriculture and livestock ranching throughout the region. Climate change is a subject of extreme breadth and complexity. This book focuses largely on climate change during the twentieth century and the associated environmental effects in western North America. It also uses models based on twentieth-century changes to project twenty-first-century changes. The scientific evidence presented here does not engage in policy advocacy, but provides policy makers useful information in planning for the future.

About Frederic H Wagner

Frederic H. Wagner is professor emeritus in the Department of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Sciences at Utah State University, where he also served as director of the Ecology Center. He was coordinator for the Rocky Mountain-Great Basin region climate change assessment, one of nineteen regional assessments mandated by Congress.

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Author : Frederic H Wagner
Publisher : University of Utah Press,U.S.
Data Published : 15 May 2009
ISBN : 0874809061
EAN : 9780874809060
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 167 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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