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Author: Norman J. Rosenberg
ISBN13: 978-0792324485
Title: Towards an Integrated Impact Assessment of Climate Change: The MINK Study
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Publisher: Springer (July 31, 1993)
Pages: 173

Towards an Integrated Impact Assessment of Climate Change: The MINK Study by Norman J. Rosenberg



Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Rosenberg, Norman . 1930-. Rubrics: Climatic changes Technique Environmental aspects Middle Atlantic States Economic aspects Environmental impact analysis. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

General circulation models state that the central United States (and other mid-latitude continental regions) will become warmer and drier as the result of greenhouse warming. The results, some of them surprising, of this first, fully-integrated analysis of climate change impacts and responses are reported in this book. Be the first to ask a question about Towards an Integrated Impact Assessment of Climate Change. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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On this premise the dustbowl period of the 1930s was selected as an analogue of climate change and its weather records imposed on the region to assess how current agriculture. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

In Towards an integrated impact assessment of climate change: The MINK study, ed. N. J. Rosenberg, 23-62. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Paper 2. agricultural impacts of and responses to climate change in the ka-kansas (mink) region. William e. easterling, III, pierre r. crosson, norman j. rosenberg, mary s. mckenney, laura a. katz, and kathleen M. lemon. 1 Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Department of Agricultural Meteorology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68583-0728, .

The climate of the 1930s was used as an analog of the climate that might occur in Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas (the MINK region) as a consequence o. . Easterling, Pierre R. Crosson, Mary S. Mckenney, Kathleen M. Lemon, Norman J. Rosenberg, Laura A. Katz. Published: 1 January 1993. in Towards an Integrated Impact Assessment of Climate Change: The MINK Study. Towards an Integrated Impact Assessment of Climate Change: The MINK Study pp 23-61; doi:10. The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract.

Author: Norman J. Rosenberg, James A. Edmonds. Description:This volume employs an improved Integrated Assessment methodology to analyze the impact of several climate change scenarios on agriculture, water resources, unmanaged ecosystems, irrigation, and land use in the United States, along with their economic implications. The text addresses a range of possible consequences, including impacts on international trade in agricultural commodities, and their consequences for producers and consumers. Dovnload Climate Change Impacts for the Conterminous USA: An Integrated Assessment

The term climate impact assessment was coined only m the 1970s (Munn, 1979; Kates et a. 1985), and case studies of climate change scenarios have been undertaken for less than 20 years. Rosenberg, N. (E., Towards an integrated impact assessment of climate change: The MINK study, Climatic Change, 24(1-2), 1-173, 1993. Schneider, S. H., Topics related to integrated assessment, Climatic Change, 41(3-4), 265-546, 1999.

Towards an Integrated Impact Assessment of Climate Change : The MINK Study 1 copy. Storing carbon in agriculture soils : a multi-purpose environmenta. copy. Norman J. Rosenberg is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Rosenberg is composed of 1 name.

General circulation models state that the central United States (and other mid-latitude continental regions) will become warmer and drier as the result of greenhouse warming. On this premise the dustbowl period of the 1930s was selected as an analogue of climate change and its weather records imposed on the Missouri--Iowa--Kansas region to assess how current agriculture, forestry, water resources and energy and the entire regional economy would be affected. The same climate was also imposed on a MINK region forty years into the future, by which time climate change may actually be felt, to assess whether technological and societal change would alter the region's vulnerability to climate change. Another premise of the study was that people would not suffer the impacts of climate change passively, but would use availabe tools to ease the stress. The rising atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, expected to be the major cause of greenhouse warming, also works to improve plant growth and reduce plant water use. So the effects of this `Co2 fertilization' were also considered in the analysis. The results, some of them surprising, of this first, fully-integrated analysis of climate change impacts and responses are reported in this book.