Greenhouse: Planning for Climate Change

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G. I. Pearman
Brill Archive, 1988 - 752페이지
It is important for the reader to understand clearly the objectives of these papers. They are not an attempt to provide accurate predictions of what is going to happen in Australia over the next few decades. Rather they represent sensitivity studies, designed to illustrate to what extent we as a nation are dependent on the climate and likely to be affected by climatic change, and attempts to develop the techniques for such sensitivity analyses. For this, the climate scenario (reproduced in the Appendix to this volume), was a key.
 

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how does it work? G B Tucker
22
Actual and anticipated changes in Australias climate A B Pittock
35
Evidence of recent temperature trends in the southern hemisphere D J Karoly
52
The expected sealevel rise from climatic warming in Antarctica W F Budd
74
Areas of Australias coast prone to sealevel inundation A D Short
93
A tentative but tantalizing link between sealevel rise
121
Sealevel variability and its impact within the greenhouse scenario E Bryant
135
Changes in saltmarsh vegetation as an early indication
159
Australian bushfire danger under changing climatic regimes
421
Australian region tropical cyclones and the greenhouse effect
438
The likely impact of climate change on the southwest
456
Past environmental analogues P De Deckker A P Kershaw and MAJ Williams
473
The effect of climatic change on the productivity of Australian
491
Direct effects of higher carbon dioxide concentrations on vegetation R M Gifford
506
The influence of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on the productivity
520
Climatic change and Pinus radiata plantations in Australia
534

Designing for coastal structures in a greenhouse age K P Stark
161
lessons from the Holocene B G Thom and P S Roy
177
post greenhouse G Love
202
Possible impact of the greenhouse effect on commercial prawn populations
216
Sediment delivery and stream behaviour with a note on wind erosion
231
Possible impact of the greenhouse effect on salinity in Victoria Australia
252
The impact of the greenhouse effect on catchment hydrology
273
The water resource implications of a drying climate in south
296
Potential impact of the greenhouse effect on the water resources
312
Significance of greenhouse changes to irrigation water supplies in New South
339
Climatic change and its impact on nature conservation in Australia A R Main
361
Possible effects of climate change on wildlife in Western Australia G W Arnold
375
The consequences of climatic change for seventy percent
399
Impact on the New Zealand growing season
564
impact in international reinsurance G Berz
579
The energy policy implications of climate change Lowe
602
Climatic influences on mosquitobome diseases in Australia P F S Liehne
624
Implications of climatic change for water planning in Victoria L D Russell
638
an environmental response W L Hare and H Quilligan
665
Planning systems and the greenhouse effect D A Cole and N E McLaren
680
Policy and legal implications of the greenhouse effect R J Fowler
694
the science policy debate
708
international and national policy approaches
725
Referees
741
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