4 edition of Climate change in the Great Lakes region found in the catalog.
Climate change in the Great Lakes region
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Thomas Dietz and David Bidwell|
|LC Classifications||QC902.2.G74 C57 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011008830|
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Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Navigating an Uncertain Future: Thomas Dietz, David Bidwell: : Books. Buy : Thomas Dietz. People living in the Great Lakes region are already feeling the effects of a changing climate.
Shifts in seasonal temperatures and precipitation patterns could have dramatic impacts on the economy, ecology, and quality of life. In this illuminating and thorough volume, leading scholars Pages: MSU Press, Dec 1, - Science - pages.
0 Reviews. People living in the Great Lakes region are already feeling the effects of a changing climate. Shifts in. The chapters in this revealing book, written by some of the foremost climate change scholars in North America, outline the major trends in the climate of the Great Lakes region, how humans might cope with the uncertainty of climate change impacts, and examples of on-the-ground projects that have addressed these issues.
Journalist Climate change in the Great Lakes region book Folger spent nearly two years traveling the Great Lakes region in search of the answer.
"Number one is definitely climate change and climate change, just plays a role in Author: Cheryl Scott. CONFRONTING CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE GREAT LAKES REGION Union of Concerned Scientists • The Ecological Society of America viii The authors thank the steering committee of this project, and especially Louis Pitelka, for conceptual guidance and review of the report.
Mary Barber, past her call of duty at ESA. The Great Lakes Integrated Sciences + Assessments Center is a collaboration between the University of Michigan and Michigan State University.
As one of eleven NOAA-funded regional centers, GLISA builds capacity to manage risks from climate change and variability in the Great Lakes region.
Confronting Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Impacts on Our Communities and Ecosystems was a comprehensive report released by the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Ecological Society of America, and written by leading university and government scientists in the Great Lakes report examined the potential impacts of climate change upon the Climate change in the Great Lakes region book.
The authors said the Great Lakes will experience corresponding changes. Temperature changes will differ within the region. On average, the Great Lakes regions are projected to see slightly higher. Great Lakes Weather and Climate - The Stable Seasons: Summary. Summer and Winter are the stable solstice seasons in the Great Lakes Region.
In the winter, the Great Lakes Region experiences long nights and cold days. The northern hemisphere is tilted away from the Sun, incident solar energy is spread thin, and the sun rises and sets south of. In a broader context, when it comes to the effects of climate change, the Great Lakes region is predicted to fare much better than coastal areas.
Indeed, the region is. Weather and Climate of the Great Lakes Region Hardcover – July 1, El Nino/La Nina effects, global climate change) since that would add value to a newer edition.
Nevertheless, the book discusses effects of the Lakes on more phenomena than just snowfall - fog, clouds, thunderstorms, clear skies, pollution.
Cited by: In this webinar, educators and students explored the profound impact of climate change on the Great Lakes region. Aug | General news.
Pulitzer’s ‘Bringing Stories Home’ Initiative Continues Support of Local Reporting. Libby Moeller and Ethan Ehrenhaft. There are four aspects of the climate in the Great Lakes region where we can expect to see some changes: ice cover, evaporation levels, precipitation, and lake levels.
Researchers have attempted to determine trends for total ice cover on the Great Lakes sinceunfortunately with little success. Ice cover has varied greatly from year to year. Great Lakes states went big for Joe Biden — and he should go big for the Great Lakes Donald Trump liked to fish for votes in the Great Lakes region, but he cared little for the health of the.
For fans of the third dish, however, there could be trouble ahead: As climate change intensifies, some scientists fear for the future of the North American maple syrup industry.
Canada tops the list of 60 nations that produce and export syrup—accounting for % of global production duringaccording to World’s Top Exports. On lakes with large surface areas such as the Great Lakes, increases in evaporation can be significant and result in lower water levels.
M.M. Wander, D.J. Wuebbles and D.R. Zak, Confronting Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Impacts on Our Communities and Ecosystems. Union of Concerned Scientists / The Ecological Society of. Climate change is also expected to cause increasingly rapid and extreme fluctuations in Great Lakes water levels, a trend we’ve already seen.
Within the past decade, the lakes have gone from nearly. Water level and water temperature are two important and interrelated indicators of weather and climate change in the Great Lakes.
Water level (the height of the lake surface above sea level) is influenced by many factors, including precipitation, snowmelt runoff, drought, evaporation rates, and people withdrawing water for multiple uses.
• The Great Lakes region is warming faster than the rest of the continental United States. It's also getting wetter at a much faster rate than the rest of the country. Overall precipitation is up. Best Books of the Year climate change fears in the Great Lakes region. into the impact of global warming on the Great Lakes.
Prof Wuebbles, a former climate change adviser to then. Summary: Projections for the impact of climate change on the Great Lakes region are sobering, but they are not some distant future: significant changes have already occurred in water temperature, lake levels, ice over, air temperature.
and timing and intensity of precipitation. Bob Krumenaker has spent 18 years of his National Park. Climate Change Sends Great Lakes Water Levels Seesawing Six years ago, lake levels were low, now lakeside communities face widespread flooding By Drew Gronewold.
Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region Application CLOSED. The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program at UMBS (NSF #) offers undergraduate students a rare opportunity to design, conduct, analyze, and present their own mentored research addressing some aspect of the program theme, “Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region”.
In this Book. Additional Information. defined by conflict. Kenneth Omeje, Tricia Redeker Hepner, and an international group of scholars, many from the Great Lakes region, focus on the interlocking conflicts and efforts toward peace in this multidisciplinary volume.
Climate Change and Peacebuilding among Pastoralist Communities in. Get this from a library. Climate change in the Great Lakes region: navigating an uncertain future.
[Thomas Dietz; David Bidwell;] -- People living in the Great Lakes region are already feeling the effects of a changing climate. Shifts in seasonal temperatures and precipitation patterns could have dramatic impacts on the economy. The book includes chapters and illustrations by Westminster College professors and students who are now alumni.
Baxter and Butler wrote a chapter on the shrinking lake’s impact to climate change in the local region, the first examination of its kind. “As. Warmer and wetter Climate change is profoundly altering many factors that affect life in the Great Lakes region. The most immediate impacts of recent climate change have been on precipitation, lake.
Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region GLISA has summarized the best research available on the impacts of climate change in the Great Lakes region into a two-page Executive Summary fact sheet. GLISA Co-Director Dr.
Donald Scavia prepared an online lecture for a College of Exploration online workshop funded by the National Science Foundation. The Great Lakes region is warming faster than the rest of the U.S., which likely will bring more flooding and other extreme weather such as heat waves and drought, according to a scientific report.
The frequency and intensity of storms in the Great Lakes region have already increased, and will continue to do so as the effects of climate change.
The study is not particularly encouraging. But climate change will have even more dire impacts on other states, like California, western states, and the Southeast, says Johnson. "As conditions get very bad in other parts of the U.S.
and potentially the world, the Great Lakes region may experience a demographic shift," says Johnson. Climate change is also expected to increase the frequency and intensity of storms in the Great Lakes region, leading to negative economic impacts from the costs of damage, erosion, preparation.
Sincetotal annual precipitation has increased by % in the Great Lakes region, with the amount falling in heavy storms increasing 35% in that time period, according to Great Lakes. Read more about NOAA's Monthly Midwest and Northern Plains Regional Climate Summary and Outlook Series; Great Lakes Silviculture Library.
Submitted by low on Thu, New study predicts more moderate effects of climate change on Great Lakes water levels A new study led by Dr. Brent Lofgren of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory offers a more moderate prediction of the effects of climate change on Great Lakes water levels.
In Indigenous Life around the Great Lakes, Richard W. Edwards explores how the inhabitants of the western Great Lakes region responded to the challenges of climate change, social change, and the increasingly violent physical landscape.
As a case study, Edwards focuses on a group living in the Koshkonong Locality in what is now southeastern. The Great Lakes region is projected to experience a rise these extreme precipitation events.
For southern Wisconsin, the precipitation rate of the 10 wettest days was simulated using a suite of seven global climate models from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Report. WASHINGTON – The fresh water of the Great Lakes may protect the region from the worst ravages of climate change – and could even help the region.
Meanwhile, the impact of continued climate change on the Great Lakes’ ecosystem is still unknown, Breederland said. However, there is more certainty with water levels. What Climate Change.
Means for. Wisconsin. Heavy Precipitation and Flooding. Changing the climate is likely to increase the frequency of floods in Great Lakes region, which could benefit winter recreation at certain times and locations. Ecosystems. Changing the climate. Climate change is profoundly altering many factors that affect life in the Great Lakes region.
The most immediate impacts of recent climate change have been on precipitation, lake levels and water temperatures. Annual precipitation in the region .Nevertheless, annual snowfall has increased in much of the Great Lakes region, which could benefit winter recreation at certain times and locations".
Ecosystems "The ranges of plants and animals are likely to as the climate changes. For example, warmer weather could change the composition of .