Edited By: P Firth and SG Fisher
330 pages, 106 figs
Freshwater Systems are intimately connected to climate in several ways. For example, they may influence global atmospheric processes affecting climate; they may be sensitive early indicators of climate change because they integrate the atmospheric and terrestrial events occurring in their catchments; and they will themselves be affected by climate change. The authors explore the implications of a 2-5 degrees Centigrade global warming in the next century.
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