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Developing an integrated approach to understanding the effects of climate change and other environmental alterations at a flyway level

O'Connell, M. J., Huiskes, A. H. L., Loonen, M. L., Madsen, J., Klaassen, M. and Rounsevell, M. 2006, Developing an integrated approach to understanding the effects of climate change and other environmental alterations at a flyway level. In Boere, G. C., Galbraith, C. A. and Stroud, D. A. (ed), Waterbirds around the world : a global overview of the conservation, management and research of the world's waterbird flyways, The Stationery Office, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp.385-397.

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Title Developing an integrated approach to understanding the effects of climate change and other environmental alterations at a flyway level
Author(s) O'Connell, M. J.
Huiskes, A. H. L.
Loonen, M. L.
Madsen, J.
Klaassen, M.ORCID iD for Klaassen, M. orcid.org/0000-0003-3907-9599
Rounsevell, M.
Title of book Waterbirds around the world : a global overview of the conservation, management and research of the world's waterbird flyways
Editor(s) Boere, G. C.
Galbraith, C. A.
Stroud, D. A.
Publication date 2006
Start page 385
End page 397
Total pages xix, 940 p.
Publisher The Stationery Office
Place of Publication Edinburgh, Scotland
Summary The environmental consequences of global climate change are predicted to have their greatest effect at high latitudes and have great potential to impact fragile tundra ecosystems. The Arctic tundra is a vast biodiversity resource and provides breeding areas for many migratory geese. Importantly, tundra ecosystems also currently act as a global carbon “sink”, buffering carbon emissions from human activities. In January 2003, a new three year project was implemented to understand and model the interrelationships between goose population dynamics, conservation, European land use/agriculture and climate change. A range of potential future climate and land-use scenarios will be applied to the models and combined with information from field experiments on grazing and climate change in the Arctic. This paper describes the content of the research programme as well as issues in relation to engaging stakeholders with the project.
ISBN 9780114973339
0114973334
Language eng
Field of Research 050101 Ecological Impacts of Climate Change
Socio Economic Objective 970106 Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences
HERDC Research category D2.1 Reference work
Copyright notice ©2006, The Stationery Office
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30035111

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