Arctic Climate Impact Science — An Update Since ACIA

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The study found that change was occuring in all Arctic systems, impacting on the atmosphere and the oceans, sea ice and ice sheets, snow and permafrost, as well as species and populations, food webs, ecosystems and human societies.

Creator(s): WWF International Arctic Programme.
Creation Date: April 2008
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UNT Libraries
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Environmental Policy Collection
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Publisher Name: WWF International Arctic
Publisher Info: Tel: +47 22 03 65 00 msommerkorn@wwf.no www.panda.org/arctic
Place of Publication: P.O.Box 6784, St Olavs Plass 0130 Oslo Norway
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  • Creation: April 2008
Description:

The study found that change was occuring in all Arctic systems, impacting on the atmosphere and the oceans, sea ice and ice sheets, snow and permafrost, as well as species and populations, food webs, ecosystems and human societies.

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128 p.:col.ill.

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Keyword(s): Arctic climate impacts | climate change | Arctic sea ice | global warming | ecosystems
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Resource Type: Text
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Holder: WWF International Arctic
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