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Author Name:    SHAW, Roderick W. (ed.) Environment Canada - Atlantic Region, Occasional Report No. 9

Title:   Climate Change and Climate Variability in Atlantic Canada : Proceedings of a Workshop, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 3-6 December 1996

Publisher:    Environment Canada, Bedford, 1997, ISBN:0662255712 

Seller ID:   107615

SHAW, Roderick W. (ed.). Climate Change and Climate Variability in AtlanticCanada : Proceedings of a Workshop, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 3-6 December 199 6 . Bedford, NS: Environment Canada, 17 March 1997. Pp (8),i-xii,1-348. Figures. 4to, white comb-bound, white card covers, lettered in black. Environment Canada - Atlantic Region, Occasional Report No. 9. Contents : ExecutiveSummmary. 1. Context and Purpose of the Symposium. 2. Overview of the Open ing Overview Session (by C. Staicer). 3. Climatology. 3.1 Climate of the Atlantic Region (by T. Canavan). 3.2 Summary of other papers and discussion on climatology. 4. Fisheries and Plankton. 4.1. Impacts of Climate Variability on Atlantic Canadian Fish and Shellfish Stocks (by K Drinkwater). 4 .2 Summary of other papers and discussion on fisheries and plankton. 5. CoastalZone. 5.1. Climate Change Impacts in the Coastal Zone in Atlantic Canada ( by D. Forbes, J. Shaw and R.B. Taylor). 5 .2 Summary of other papers and discussion on the coastal zone. 6. Ecosystem Science and Water Resources. 6.1. Climate change sensitivities of Atlantic Canada's Hydrological and Ecological Systems (by T. Clair, et al). 6. Summary of other papers and discussion on the coastal zone. 7. Agriculture. 7.1. A Review of Impacts of Climate Variability and Change on Agriculture in Atlantic Canada (by A. Bootsma). (b). Summary of other papers and discussion on agriculture. 8. Forestry. (a). Cimate Change, Potential Impacts and Forestry Research in the Atlantic Region of Canada : A Synthesis (by R. Cox). (b). Summary of other papers and discussion on forestry. 9. Extreme Events. 9.1. The Hyper-Active 1995 Atlantic Hurricane Season: A Spike or a Harbinger of Things to Come? (by S. Goldenburg, L. Shapiro, and C. Landsea). 9.2. Summary of other papers and discussion on extreme events. 10. Gaps, Priorities, and Next Steps: A Panel Discussion (by C. Staicer). 11. Concluding Remarks. Appendices [Extended Abstracts]. Very good. 30.00


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