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Climate change impacts on freshwater ecosystems

by M. R. Kernan

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Published by Wiley-Blackwell in Hoboken, NJ .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Martin Kernan, Rick Battarbee and Brian Moss
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH541.5.F7 C65 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24566378M
ISBN 109781405179133
LC Control Number2010016420

Ecosystems around the globe are rapidly changing in response to climate change and other human-induced stressors. Average global temperature has increased by about 1 °C ( °F) since the industrial revolution, with much of this increase taking place since the mids, 3,4 and further increases. In marine ecosystems, rising atmospheric CO 2 and climate change are associated with concurrent shifts in temperature, circulation, stratification, nutrient input, oxygen content, and ocean acidification, with potentially wide-ranging biological effects. Population-level shifts are occurring because of physiological intolerance to new environments, altered dispersal patterns, and changes in.

An assessment of the potential impacts of climate change on the freshwater habitats of Indiana, U.S.A. Climatic Change Kao Y-C., Madenjian C.P., Bunnell D.B., et al. (). Potential effects of climate change on the growth of fishes from different thermal guilds in Lakes Michigan and Huron.   Les Kaufman Authors Book Chapter on Climate Change Impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems. Les Kaufman, a professor in the Department of Biology and a Faculty Research Fellow at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, recently authored a book chapter published in the new second edition of Biodiversity and Climate Change: Transforming the .

Climate change impacts have direct consequences for water security and conflict. In order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, climate change adaptation will have to build climate resilience. Climate resilience is strengthened through healthy ecosystem . To provide a broader perspective, Firth and Fisher included several chapters which do not deal expressly with freshwater ecosystems, but rather discuss climate change in terms of causes and mechanisms, implications for water resources, and the use of remote sensing Cited by:


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Climate change impacts on freshwater ecosystems by M. R. Kernan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Climate change is occurring and there is little doubt now that human activity is the principal cause. However, the full extent of the impact of climate change on freshwater ecosystems is difficult to detect as other pressures on our freshwaters, such as pollution and land-use change.

The book is also concerned with how aspects of hydrophysical, hydrochemical and ecological change can be used as early indicators of climate change in aquatic ecosystems and it addresses the implications of future climate change for freshwater ecosystem management at the catchment scale.

This text examines the impact of climate change on freshwater ecosystems, past, present and future. It especially considers the interactions between climate change and other drivers of change including hydromorphological modification, nutrient loading, acid deposition and contamination by toxic substances using evidence from palaeolimnology, time-series analysis, space-for-time.

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As noted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in their Fourth Assessment Report, “observed warming over several decades has been linked. Climate Change Impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems by Martin Kernan,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. To provide a broader perspective, Firth and Fisher included several chapters which do not deal expressly with freshwater ecosystems, but rather discuss climate change in terms of causes and mechanisms, implications for water resources, and the use of remote sensing.

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Marine and freshwater ecosystems are warming, acidifying, and deoxygenating as a consequence of climate change. In parallel, the impacts of harmful algal blooms (HABs) on these ecosystems are intensifying. The speed of climate change will be abrupt and uneven rather than slow and even.

Impacts caused by climate change on freshwater ecosystems will be visible both physically and chemically. It is very hard and more complex to forecast the impact on freshwater recourses due to climate change.

The book is also concerned with how aspects of hydrophysical, hydrochemical and ecological change can be used as early indicators of climate change in aquatic ecosystems and it addresses the implications of future climate change for freshwater ecosystem management at the catchment scale.

Climate change is an additional stressor in a complex suite of threats facing freshwater ecosystems. Climate change is already stressing many freshwater species by warming water temperatures, shifting streamflow regimes, increasing extreme events (e.g., floods.

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Written for such an audience, this chapter reviews the drivers of climatic change and the means by which its impacts. This article is a critical review of the book ‘Climate Change and Water Security: Impacts, Future Projections, Adaptations and Mitigation's’ published in freshwater ecosystems.

Impacts from climate change are happening now. These impacts extend well beyond an increase in temperature, affecting ecosystems and communities in the United States and around the world. Things that we depend upon and value — water, energy, transportation, wildlife, agriculture, ecosystems, and human health — are experiencing the effects.

Climate change freshwater impacts assessments. New Zealand’s climate is changing – and so are our freshwaters. These changes reflect a global pattern of increasing temperatures and shifting precipitation regimes, and are likely to alter freshwater supply and demand, aquatic ecosystems and natural hazards.

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The third of this four-volume series, Clue into Climate: Changing Ecosystems examines shifts in the distribution of plant and animal 5/5(2).The Neotropical Region is highly diverse geographically, climatically, and biologically. Freshwater ecosystems are impacted by many stressors with impacts that remain poorly understood.

While we know the status and the effects of some stressors on certain fish and invertebrate species, whole ecosystem effects are yet to be understood. The book is also concerned with how aspects of hydrophysical, hydrochemical and ecological change can be used as early indicators of climate change in aquatic ecosystems and it addresses the implications of future climate change for freshwater ecosystem management at the catchment : Wiley.