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Climate Change and Human Health: A Discussion Meeting Held at the Royal Society on Tuesday 20 October 98

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Edited By: A Haines and A J McMichawl

96 pages, Figs, tabs

Royal Society

Paperback | Dec 1999 | #115701 | ISBN: 0854035257
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There is growing concern and also some controversy over the likely impact of climate change on a range of health problems. Examples are changes in vector-borne disease, increased mortality due to extremes in temperature and the impact of climate change on food supply. This work is the product of a meeting, held in October 1998, which brought together natural and social scientists, the business community, policy-makers, journalists and the public in general to discuss the effects that possible changes in climate may have on human health and the future challenge of research and monitoring.


Climate change predictions and detection, Geoff Jenkins; global climate change and human health, Tony McMichael; direct effects of climate change on health, Graham Bentham; climate change impaccts on vector-borne disease transmission in Europe, Pim Martins; effects of climate change on other communicable diseases, Rosalind Stanwell-Smith; the impact of climate change on food supply, Martin Parry et al; extreme events and El Nino, Menno Bouma; the challenge of research and monitoring, Andrew Haines; summary - the effect of climate change on human health, Wendy Barnaby.

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