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Main Title Eurasian Arctic land cover and land use in a changing climate /
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Gutman, Garik.
Reissell, Anni.
Publisher Springer,
Year Published 2011
OCLC Number 620364845
ISBN 9789048191178; 9048191173; 9789048191185; 9048191181
Subjects Arctic regions--Environmental conditions ; Eurasia--Environmental conditions ; Land cover--Arctic regions ; Land cover--Eurasia ; Climatic changes--Arctic regions ; Climatic changes--Eurasia ; Sea ice--Arctic regions ; Sea ice--Eurasia ; Land use--Eurasia ; Land use--Arctic regions ; Arctic regions--Climate--Observations ; Eurasia--Climate--Observations ; Climatology ; Ecology ; Klima anderung ; Landnutzung ; Landschaftsentwicklung ; Arktis ; Eurasien ; Markanv andning ; Klimatf or andringar
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ELBM  GE160.A68E97 2011 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 07/05/2024
Collation xxiii, 306 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Introduction : climate and land-cover changes in the Arctic / Pavel Groisman, Garik Gutman, and Anni Reissell -- Recent changes in Arctic vegetation : satellite observations and simulation model predictions / Scott J. Goetz [and others] -- High-latitude forest cover loss in northern Eurasia, 2000-2005 / Peter V. Potapov, Matthew C. Hansen, and Stephen V. Stehman -- Characterization and monitoring of tundra-taiga transition zone with multi-sensor satellite data / Guoqing Sun [and others] -- Vegetation cover in the Eurasian Arctic : distribution, monitoring, and role in carbon cycling / Olga N. Krankina [and others] -- The effects of land cover and land use change on the contemporary carbon balance of the Arctic and boreal terrestrial ecosystems of northern Eurasia / Daniel J. Hayes [and others] -- Interactions between land cover/use change and hydrology / Alexander I. Shiklomanov [and others] -- Impacts of Arctic climate and land use changes on reindeer pastoralism : indigenous knowledge and remote sensing / Nancy G. Maynard [and others] -- Cumulative effects of rapid land-cover and land-use changes on the Yamal Peninsula, Russia / Donald A. Walker [and others] -- Interactions of Arctic aerosols with land-cover and land-use changes in northern Eurasia and their role in the Arctic climate system / Irina N. Sokolik, Judith Curry, and Vladimir Radionov -- Interaction between environmental pollution and land-cover/land-use change in Arctic areas / John Derome and Natalia Lukina -- Summary and outstanding scientific challenges for land-cover and land-use research in the Arctic region / Garik Gutman and Chris O. Justice. This volume is a compilation of studies on interactions of land-cover/land-use change with climate in a region where the climate warming is most pronounced compared to other areas of the globe. The climate warming in the far North, and in the Arctic region of Northern Eurasia in particular, affects both the landscape and human activities, and hence human dimensions are an important aspect of the topic. Environmental pollution together with climate warming may produce irreversible damages to the current Arctic ecosystems. Regional land-atmosphere feedbacks may have large global importance. Remote sensing is a primary tool in studying vast northern territories where in situ observations are sporadic. State-of-the-art methods of satellite remote sensing combined with GIS and models are used to tackle science questions and provide an outlook of current land-cover changes and potential scenarios for the future. Audience: The book is a truly international effort involving U.S. and European scientists. It is directed at the broad science community including graduate students, academics and other professionals in this field.