Climate change and the management of natural systems in by Emmanuel Neba Ndenecho

By Emmanuel Neba Ndenecho

This publication emphasises that making plans is key, because the conservation techniques of the prior won't paintings in an ever-changing hotter setting. It appraises present administration concepts, assesses the organic and actual results of weather switch on ordinary platforms in Cameroon and designs a making plans and administration framework for every ordinary process in the context of world warming. weather swap poses a posh bewildering array of difficulties for ecosystems. the major query is, what may be performed - as well as efforts to lessen CO2 emissions - to extend the resistance and resilience of those normal structures to weather switch? This ebook seeks to reply to the above query by means of drawing from the great array of clinical facts to be had at the topic, and that may now not be available to coverage makers, source planners, source managers, environmentalists, scholars of geography, conservation biology and agronomy. It constitutes a massive guide for these able to confront the affects of weather switch. it's also a useful record for academics of the functioning and administration of average structures globally.

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These are being manifested in the form of droughts, floods, rise in temperatures and a thermal expansion of the oceans by melting middle and high latitude glaciers and ice sheets leading to a rise in sea level. These are likely to alter the vulnerability and frequency of events related to droughts, storms and floods with serious adverse impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem services, that is, the combination of life forms and their interactions with one another and with the physical environment that has made earth habitable for man.

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