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Threats, Monitoring, and Policy to Present and Future Climate Change from Algonquin Park (Ontario, Canada) to the Adirondack Park (New York, United States)
Anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions have been steadily increasing since the Industrial Revolution. The release of greenhouse gases and the results in changes in global climate have made it a challenge for parks and ...
RE-CONSTRUCTING CLIMATE CHANGE: DISCOURSES OF THE EMERGING MOVEMENT FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE
This thesis examines the discourses surrounding the subject of climate change, with particular emphasis on the discourse(s) of the emerging social movement for climate justice. Positioned within the social constructivist ...
Diatoms as Indicators of Climate Change on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
The Alaskan and Bering Sea region has warmed twice as fast as the rest of the United States over the past 60 years. St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, the most northern large island in the Bering Sea, has had some recent ...
Connections between Climate Policy and Forests in the Western Climate Initiative Cap-and-Trade System
The Western Regional Climate Action Initiative (WCI) was signed by the governors of Arizona, California, New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington, on February 26, 2007. Upon the release of the September 2008 Design Recommendations ...
Climate Change and connectivity: Are corridors the solution?
This paper reviews the significance and use of conservation corridors at different geographic scales (local, regional and continental) as a conservation management tool to mitigate the effects of climate change on habitat ...