Mongolia Assessment Report on Climate Change 2009

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This report brings together the findings of climate change research in Mongolia to raise awareness of decision makers and the general public so that they can develop appropriate responses to the challenges and threats. The content of the Report includes the following: (i) Observed changes in climate of Mongolia and its future projections; (ii) Potential impacts of climate change on natural and ecological components (ecosystem shifts and landscape changes, permafrost, glacier and snow cover, water resource, natural disaster, desertification, dust and sand storms), and social and economic sectors (animal husbandry, arable farming/agriculture, and forestry) of Mongolia; (iii) Vulnerability and Adaptation ... continued below

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228 p. :col. ill.

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Dagvadorj, D.; Natsagdorj, L.; Dorjpurev, J. & Namkhainyam, B. 2009.

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This report brings together the findings of climate change research in Mongolia to raise awareness of decision makers and the general public so that they can develop appropriate responses to the challenges and threats. The content of the Report includes the following: (i) Observed changes in climate of Mongolia and its future projections; (ii) Potential impacts of climate change on natural and ecological components (ecosystem shifts and landscape changes, permafrost, glacier and snow cover, water resource, natural disaster, desertification, dust and sand storms), and social and economic sectors (animal husbandry, arable farming/agriculture, and forestry) of Mongolia; (iii) Vulnerability and Adaptation to climate change; (iv) Greenhouse gas monitoring and inventories; (v) Greenhouse gas mitigation potentials and options; and (ii) Climate-friendly technology needs.

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228 p. :col. ill.

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Dagvadorj, D.; Natsagdorj, L.; Dorjpurev, J. & Namkhainyam, B. Mongolia Assessment Report on Climate Change 2009, text, 2009; Government Building II, United Nations Street 5/2, P.O.B 46 14201, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc226749/: accessed August 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .