2 edition of Impacts and adaptation to climate and variability and change in Quebec found in the catalog.
Impacts and adaptation to climate and variability and change in Quebec
Canada. Environment Canada.
|Series||Canada country study climate impacts and adaptation ; volume V|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bergeron, Luc, Impacts and adaptation to climate variability and change in Quebec. Downsview, Ont.: Environment Canada, © The consequences of climate variability and climate change are potentially more significant for the poor in developing countries than for those living in more prosperous nations.
Vulnerability to the impacts of climate change is a function of exposure to climate variables, sensitivity to those variables, and theFile Size: 1MB. 36 rows From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate. Climate Variability and Change in Canada: Past, Present and Future impacts, and adaptation and climate modelling research.
natural systems to the impacts of climate variability and. Adaptation to climate change can therefore be reactive undertaken in response to impacts of current climate variability/climate change or anticipatory implemented before impacts are.
Abstract. The effects of climatic variability and change on Canadian agriculture have become an important research field since the early s. In this paper, we seek to synthesize this research, focusing on agricultural adaptation, a purposeful proactive or reactive response to changes associated with climate, and influenced by many by: climate change and climate variability on crop yields and farmers’ income.
We conclude that for reliable projections of the impacts of climate change on agriculture, adaptation should not be seen anymore as a last step in a vulnerability assessment, but as integrated part of the models used to simulate crop yields.
From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate presents the current understanding of the ongoing and future impacts of climate change on Canada and the country’s ability to adapt.
Regional chapters in the book identify key issues and provide examples of adaptation initiatives in British Columbia, the Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Atlantic Canada and. The multi-volume reference focuses on one of the key aspects of climate change: adaptation and how to handle its impacts on physical, biotic and human systems, analyzing the social and normative scientific concerns and presenting the tools, approaches and methods aimed at management of climate change impacts.
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Canada country study, climate impacts and adaptation. Volumes I to VI, Regional volumes = L'etude pan-canadienne sur les impacts et l'adaptation a la variabilite et au changement climatique.
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; Polsky et al. ; Smit and Wandel ).These frameworks have been instrumental in (1) raising awareness among decision Cited by: This book deals with one of the major challenges facing human society and its governments, climate change and variability. The principal objective of the book is to explore how agricultural production through the actions primarily of farmers, including peasant farmers, adapt to these changing circumstances, what the limitations of adaptation are, how the process of adaptation Brand: Springer International Publishing.
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Bryant has been involved in research into the adaptation of agriculture to climate change and variability for some 26 years, principally in Quebec and also to a lesser extent in Ontario while director of the Laboratory of Sustainable Development and Territorial Dynamics at the University of Montreal.
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climate change. This book is an update and expansion of the document published in by the Canadian Climate Impacts and Adaptation Research Network (Mehdi, ) under the same title. It provides municipal decision-makers and staff with information to help them understand the need for climate change adaptation and how to put adaptation.
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