Climatic Change at High Elevation Sites

Climatic Change at High Elevation Sites

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This book provides a unique, in-depth view of past, present and potential future climatic change in mountain regions, and in particular on the mechanisms which are responsible for this change. Other books which focus on environmental change in mountains focus more generally on the impacts of this change on mountain systems, rather than on the regional features of climatic change itself. The book enters into a high level of detail concerning results of international investigations which involve specialists from numerous climate-related disciplines. The book can be used in an academic and research context, for advanced graduate and doctoral students, as well as researchers working in various domains of relevance to climatic change issues. The book also has relevance in the context of future activities of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), in terms of providing up-to-date knowledge of fundamental mechanisms and consequences of climatic change in mountain regions.Firstly, the corrected point precipitation values were reduced to the altitude of 1000 rr a.s.l. using the values of altitudinal precipitation ... I1to the grid of 1 x 1 km using the kriging procedure according to the ARC/INFO manual, Version 7.0.2.


Title:Climatic Change at High Elevation Sites
Author: Henry F. Diaz
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1997-07-31
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