Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Climate Change and Global Warming

Edited by Ata Amini

Kurdistan Agricultural and Natural Resources Research and Education Center

Strong evidence has proved that the climate is changing and the world is becoming warmer by various measures. It is now generally accepted that human activities are changing the configuration of our ecosystem. Most likely, further changes and negative influences are unavoidable. Nevertheless, we can prevent the dominant impacts of climate change, so that life remains manageable. Meanwhile, misperceptions of the solutions are increasing. The overall purpose of this book is to introduce the concept of climate change and its effects within the context of sustainable development. This book, Climate Change and Global Warming, brings together the engineers, scientists, socialists and policymakers of the world to critically look at various aspects of climate change, and it is an attempt to look at the facts.

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Climate Change and Global WarmingEdited by Ata Amini

Published: April 24th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.74882

ISBN: 978-1-78985-814-3

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-813-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-144-4

Copyright year: 2019

Books open for chapter submissions

6684 Total Chapter Downloads

4 Crossref Citations

2 Web of Science Citations

7 Dimensions Citations


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1. Introductory Chapter: Lake Urmia - A Witness to the Simultaneous Effects of Human Activities, Climate Change, and Global Warming

By Ata Amini


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2. Assessing the Expected Impact of Climate Change on Nitrate Load in a Small Atlantic Agro-Forested Catchment

By María Luz Rodríguez-Blanco, María Mercedes Taboada-Castro, Ricardo Arias and María Teresa Taboada-Castro


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3. Tools and Methods for Supporting Regional Decision-Making in Relation to Climate Risks

By Jyri Hanski, Jaana Keränen and Riitta Molarius


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4. Statistical Methodology for Evaluating Process-Based Climate Models

By Firdos Khan and Jürgen Pilz


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5. The Impact of Climate Change on Water Availability and Recharge of Aquifers in the Jordan River Basin

By Fayez Abdulla, Wim van Veen, Hani Abu Qdais, Lia van Wesenbeeck and Ben Sonneveld


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6. Super Typhoon Bopha and the Mayo River Debris-Flow Disaster, Mindanao, Philippines, December 2012

By Kelvin S. Rodolfo, A. Mahar F. Lagmay, Rodrigo C. Eco, Tatum Miko L. Herrero, Jerico E. Mendoza, Likha G. Minimo, Joy T. Santiago, Jenalyn Alconis-Ayco, Eric C. Colmenares, Jasmine J. Sabado and Ryanne Wayne Serrado


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7. Observed and Projected Reciprocate Effects of Agriculture and Climate Change: Implications on Ecosystems and Human Livelihoods

By Zenebe Mekonnen


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8. Energy Mining, Earth’s Thermal Insulation Damaged and Trigger Climate Change

By Yao Mu and Xinzhi Mu


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9. Impact of Cold Wave on Vulnerable People of Tarai Region, Nepal

By Bandana Pradhan, Puspa Sharma and Pushkar K. Pradhan


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10. A Survey of Disaster Risk and Resilience in Small Island States

By Tauisi Minute Taupo


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