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Academic & Professional Books  Habitats & Ecosystems  Mountain & Highlands

Mountain Landscapes in Transition Effects of Land Use and Climate Change

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By: Udo Schickhoff(Editor), RB Singh(Editor), Suraj Mal(Editor)
656 pages, 240 colour & 43 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Mountain Landscapes in Transition
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  • Mountain Landscapes in Transition ISBN: 9783030702373 Hardback Nov 2021 Available for pre-order : Due Nov 2021
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This book compiles available knowledge of the response of mountain ecosystems to recent climate and land-use change and intends to bridge the gap between science, policy and the community concerned.

The chapters present key concepts, major drivers and key processes of mountain response, providing transdisciplinary orientation to mountain studies incorporating experiences of academics, community leaders and policy-makers from developed and less developed countries. The book chapters are arranged in two sections. The first section concerns the response processes of mountain environments to climate change. This section addresses climate change itself (past, current and future changes of temperature and precipitation) and its impacts on the cryosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, and human-environment systems.

The second section focuses on the response processes of mountain environments to land use/land cover change. The case studies address the effects of changing agriculture and pastoralism, forest/water resources management and urbanization processes, landscape management, and biodiversity conservation.

Mountain Landscapes in Transition is designed as an interdisciplinary publication that critically evaluates developments in mountains of the world with contributions from both social and natural sciences.

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Coming Soon
By: Udo Schickhoff(Editor), RB Singh(Editor), Suraj Mal(Editor)
656 pages, 240 colour & 43 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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