By: Xu Yinlong(Author), Wu Shaohong(Author), Wu Jianguo(Author), Zhou Xiaonong(Author)
Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in China: Ecological & Human Health is based on PRECIS SRES application to build a high-resolution (50 km × 50 km) maps of China to the year 2100 under SRES A2, B2 and A1B climate scenarios and potential vegetation models of future Chinese natural temporal changes in ecosystem net primary productivity. It discusses the future of vector-borne diseases in China under conditions of climate change, changes in the law of development and the spatial and temporal distribution of selected biodiversity, nature reserves and forest fires in the southwest and other case studies, attempts at typical adaptation to climate change, and technical measures put forward in the field of ecological and human health systems to adapt to climate change. This book will be useful for research on national adaptation strategies and plans to develop supporting technology, but also help promote Chinese adaptation to climate change, and build capacity to address climate change.
Summary in Chinese:
Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in China:Ecological & Human Health,本 书基于SRES应用PRECIS构建中国高分辨率（50km×50km）的至2100年的SRES A2、B2和A1B气候情景，模拟未来中国潜在植被及自然生态系统的净初级生产力的时空变化，探讨未来中国媒介传播疾病在气候变化条件下发生、发展规律及 时空分布的变化，选择生物多样性、自然保护区及西南森林火险等进行案例分析，尝试进行典型适应气候变化技术措施的适应效果，提出生态系统及人体健康领域适 应气候变化的对策建议。本书研究内容可以为国家适应气候变化战略和规划制定提供科技支撑，也有助于推动中国不同领域适应气候变化技术的研究和推广应用，对 中国适应气候变化、加强应对气候变化的能力建设等方面都具有科学参考意义。
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