- Atmospheric Processes and Climate Change
- Carbon Cycle and Global Climate Change
- Climate Change and Agricultural Production System
- Climate Impact on Water Resource
1. Atmospheric Processes and Climate Change
|1."Late Cenozoic Climate Change in Asia (Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research)" by Zhisheng An|
“Late Cenozoic Climate Change in Asia (Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research)” Book Review: This volume focuses on the evolution history and mechanisms of the monsoon-arid environment, and highlights significant characteristics of Asian climate and environmental changes. It provides a comprehensive review of the Asian Monsoon records, presenting evidence for spatial and temporal climatic patterns. Additionally, the book covers environmental alterations across the Asian continent since the Late Cenozoic, and analyzes the dynamics of various bio-geological records, including loess and speleothems. It also explains the Asian monsoon-arid climate system and how it operates on various time scales to determine mechanisms of climate change.
|2."Climate Change and Plants in East Asia" by Kenji Omasa and Keiko Kai|
“Climate Change and Plants in East Asia” Book Review: This book explains the potential climate changes resulting from increased greenhouse gas concentrations and the effects of plant production abstraction, vegetation distribution, and lake ecosystems. It incorporates new research and emphasizes the significance of examining local field data on microclimates, soil environments, and mountain vegetation productivity. This book is ideal for researchers and students in ecology, crop science, forestry, and environmental sciences.
|3."Global Climate Change and Human Impacts on Forest Ecosystems: Postglacial Development, Present Situation and Future Trends in Central Europe (Ecological Studies)" by J Puhe and B Ulrich|
“Global Climate Change and Human Impacts on Forest Ecosystems: Postglacial Development, Present Situation and Future Trends in Central Europe (Ecological Studies)” Book Review: This book covers the development of central European forest ecosystems from a historical perspective, including a review of the continuous environmental changes and their possible impacts. It also discusses the future of central European forest ecosystems and provides sustainable forest management options.
|4."Adapting to Climate Change: An International Perspective" by Joel B Smith and Neeloo Bhatti|
“Adapting to Climate Change: An International Perspective” Book Review: This book emphasizes the process of finding adaptation measures and evaluating their effectiveness. It includes developing scenarios for the probable range of climate change and assessing the vulnerability of various sectors of the national economy and infrastructure to climate change. The book identifies and analyzes measures in every sector to adapt to climate change and provides an overview of the subject of climate change adaptation and the basic principles guiding the conduct of evaluation in this area. It also presents the results of analyzing climate change adaptation options in the agriculture, coastal resources, forest and ecosystems, and human settlements sectors.
|5."Chemical Processes in Atmospheric Oxidation: Laboratory Studies of Chemistry Related to Tropospheric Ozone (Transport and Chemical Transformation of Pollutants in the Troposphere)" by Georges Le Bras|
“Chemical Processes in Atmospheric Oxidation: Laboratory Studies of Chemistry Related to Tropospheric Ozone (Transport and Chemical Transformation of Pollutants in the Troposphere)” Book Review: This book presents new developments in the subject of atmospheric oxidation chemical processes, covering topics such as the oxidation of simple organic compounds, OH radical production, and rate constants for the OH attack on more complex organic compounds. It also covers NOx kinetics and mechanisms, peroxy and alkoxy radical reactions, and the interaction between radical species. Additionally, it discusses the photo-oxidation of aromatic and biogenic compounds.
|6."Atmospheric and Oceanic Mesoscale Processes (Pageoph Topical Volumes)" by Sethu Raman and Maithili Sharan|
“Atmospheric and Oceanic Mesoscale Processes (Pageoph Topical Volumes)” Book Review: This book contains several original discoveries on mesoscale methodologies in atmospheric and oceanic systems through mathematical illustrations, numerical reflections, and field experiments. It includes scientific papers analyzing and presenting recent advances on a range of concepts, including tropical cyclones/hurricanes, mesoscale variability and modeling, seasonal monsoons, and land surface processes, including atmospheric boundary layer.
|7."The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable" by Amitav Ghosh|
“The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable” Book Review: This book is a compelling and thought-provoking analysis of our society’s inability to comprehend the magnitude of climate change. The book is divided into three chapters, each exploring different aspects of this issue. The first chapter delves into the historical and cultural reasons behind our collective inaction. The second chapter examines the challenges climate change poses to the literary imagination. The final chapter offers a call to action, urging individuals to take responsibility and embrace the necessary changes. Ghosh’s powerful writing and insightful analysis make this book a must-read for anyone concerned about the future of our planet.
|8."Environmental Ecology, biodiversity And Climate Change: Towards Sustainable Development" by H M Saxena|
“Environmental Ecology, biodiversity And Climate Change: Towards Sustainable Development” Book Review: This book covers the key areas of environmental ecology, biodiversity, climate change, and sustainable development in India. It provides a comprehensive and easy-to-understand overview of major issues such as deforestation, pollution, global warming, food production, and sustainability. It also addresses other critical concerns, including loss of biodiversity, waste management, energy, and climate change. The book is designed to be accessible to all, and it includes multiple-choice questions for various competitive exams.
|9."Environment, Climate Change and International Relations (E-IR Edited Collections)" by Gustavo Sosa-Nunez and Ed Atkins|
“Environment, Climate Change and International Relations (E-IR Edited Collections)” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive collection of essays that discusses the intricate relationship between environmental issues, climate change, and international relations. The book covers a broad range of topics, including the history of international environmental diplomacy, climate change negotiations, the role of non-state actors in environmental governance, sustainable development, and environmental security. The chapters provide a deep understanding of these complex issues and offer policy recommendations for addressing the challenges. This book is an essential read for anyone interested in understanding the intersection of environmental issues and international relations.
|10."Ice in the Climate System (Nato a S I Series Series I, Global Environmental Change)" by France NATO Advanced Research Workshop Ice in the Climate System|
“Ice in the Climate System (Nato a S I Series Series I, Global Environmental Change)” Book Review: This book discusses the NATO Science Committee’s publication series, which disseminates advanced scientific and technological knowledge to strengthen links between scientific communities. The book focuses on the proceedings of the NATO ARW conference titled “Ice in the Climate System,” held in Aussois, France, in September 1992. The conference brought together approximately 60 scientists interested in the interdisciplinary study of continental and sea ice and their impact on climate system evolution. Attendees included glaciologists, physical oceanographers, atmospheric general circulation modelers, and experts on past climate reconstruction. The book highlights the central issue of international research in this field: the origin of the 100,000-year cycle of ice-age recurrence that has dominated the history of climate system evolution over the past million years.
|11."“Hot Spots” in the Climate System: New Developments in the Extratropical Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction Research" by Toshio Suga and Hisashi Nakamura|
“Hot Spots” in the Climate System: New Developments in the Extratropical Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction Research” Book Review: This book is a collection of articles from the special issue of the Journal of Oceanography, Vol. 71 No. 5, 2015, titled “Hot Spots in the Climate System.” It comprises nine chapters that cover a wide range of topics. The book is a spinoff of a nationwide five-year project funded by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) known as the “Hot-Spot Project.” The project’s academic achievements have gained international recognition, making substantial contributions to understanding the climatic role of warm western boundary ocean currents, such as the Kuroshio, and associated oceanic fronts characterized by sharp temperature gradients and active meso-scale oceanic eddies. These warm currents may be considered “hot spots” in the climate system, as they release heat and moisture to the atmosphere, organizing clouds and precipitation systems and setting conditions favorable for recurrent storm development.
2. Carbon Cycle and Global Climate Change
|1."Global Carbon Cycle and Climate Change" by Kirill Y Kondratyev and Vladimir F Krapivin|
“Global Carbon Cycle and Climate Change” Book Review: The book presents a fresh perspective on the issue of global warming caused by the greenhouse effect. It proposes a new methodology for assessing the impact of anthropogenic activities, taking into account both sources and sinks of atmospheric carbon, as well as various conceptual frameworks of the global carbon dioxide cycle. The book suggests a novel approach to studying the greenhouse effect, with a particular focus on the Arctic Basin’s role in atmospheric and oceanic gas exchange models. Additionally, it covers models of other global atmospheric cycles for a range of atmospheric constituents.
|2."The Global Carbon Cycle (Princeton Primers in Climate)" by David Archer|
“The Global Carbon Cycle (Princeton Primers in Climate)” Book Review: This book serves as a concise introduction to the fundamental geochemical driver of the Earth’s climate system, the global carbon cycle. It offers clear and straightforward explanations of the many ways in which the carbon cycle is interwoven into our climate system, examining it on three different time scales. The book discusses the carbon cycle on a hundred-thousand-year glacial/interglacial time scale and includes a glossary of terms, suggestions for further reading, and explanations of equations about the global carbon cycle.
|3."The Global Carbon Cycle: Integrating Humans, Climate, and the Natural World" by Christopher B Field and Michael R Raupach|
“The Global Carbon Cycle: Integrating Humans, Climate, and the Natural World” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive scientific assessment of the current state of knowledge on the carbon cycle. It offers an introductory overview of the carbon cycle, featuring multidisciplinary contributions from the biological, physical, and social sciences. The book includes 29 chapters, covering topics such as an assessment of carbon-climate-human interactions, a portfolio of carbon management options, the spatial and temporal distribution of sources and sinks of carbon dioxide, and socio-economic driving forces of emissions scenarios. The book emphasizes the interrelationship of all parts of the carbon cycle, aiming to promote a thorough understanding and develop effective management strategies.
|4."Phenology of Ecosystem Processes: Applications in Global Change Research" by Asko Noormets|
“Phenology of Ecosystem Processes: Applications in Global Change Research” Book Review: This book evaluates the current applications of traditional phenology in carbon and H2O cycle research, as well as the potential to identify phenological signals in ecosystem processes. It summarizes recent progress in understanding the seasonal dynamics of ecosystem carbon and features a literature review to present the state-of-the-science in the field. The book also summarizes the successes and challenges of particular methods for quantifying the seasonal changes in ecosystem carbon, water, and energy fluxes. This book is intended for advanced students, global change researchers, and modelers.
|5."Global Climate Change and Response of Carbon Cycle in the Equatorial Pacific and Indian Oceans and Adjacent Landmasses " by Yoshio A Awaya and Hodaka Kawahata|
“Global Climate Change and Response of Carbon Cycle in the Equatorial Pacific and Indian Oceans and Adjacent Landmasses ” Book Review: The book presents knowledge gained during the GCMAPS program, focusing on the interpretation of data suggesting that global warming caused by temperature and sea level rise, and changes in climate and ecosystems, is likely to have the greatest impact on mankind. It discusses changes in marine environments, including changes in the partial pressure of carbon dioxide, flux and composition of settling particles, and biological communities in the surface ocean. The book also examines changes in terrestrial environments, elucidating integrated aspects of the global carbon cycle involving marine and terrestrial environments. It discusses current understanding of biogeochemical processes on land and in the ocean, as well as the latest interpretations of the relationships between the carbon cycle and climatic change.
|6."Global Climate: Current Research and Uncertainties in the Climate System" by Xavier Rodo and Francisco Comin|
|7."Ocean Biogeochemistry: The Role of the Ocean Carbon Cycle in Global Change" by Michael J R Fasham|
“Ocean Biogeochemistry: The Role of the Ocean Carbon Cycle in Global Change” Book Review: This book is one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of the oceans ever conducted, covering all aspects of the topic from air-sea exchange of CO2 to the role of physical mixing, the uptake of CO2 by marine algae, the fluxes of carbon and nitrogen through the marine food chain, and the subsequent export of carbon to the ocean depths. It places particular emphasis on predicting future climate change and highlights the importance of the ocean in the global carbon cycle. The book also acknowledges the uncertainty of the oceanic response to global change. With its attractive design, clear typeface, and appropriate figure size, this book is recommended for anyone interested in the carbon cycle and climate change.
|8."Carbon Sequestration in the Biosphere: Processes and Prospects" by Max A Beran|
|9."A U.s. Carbon Cycle Science Plan" by U S Global Change Research Program|
|10."The First State of the Carbon Cycle Report Soccr: The North American Carbon Budget and Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle" by Anthony W King and Lisa Dilling|
“The First State of the Carbon Cycle Report Soccr: The North American Carbon Budget and Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle” Book Review: The book comprehensively covers Goal 2 of the CCSP Strategic Plan by synthesizing current knowledge of the North American carbon budget and its role in the global carbon cycle. It examines carbon emissions, natural reservoirs, sequestration, and rates of transfer, as well as the impacts of changes in carbon cycling on land and in the ocean. Additionally, the book explores the effects of carbon management strategies, including agriculture, forestry, and natural resource management, and analyzes the socio-economic drivers and consequences of changes in the carbon cycle.
|11."Boreal Forest and Climate Change (Advances in Global Change Research)" by Pertti Hari and Liisa Kulmala|
“Boreal Forest and Climate Change (Advances in Global Change Research Book 34)” Book Review: This book is an important contribution to the Advances in Global Change Research series. The book covers various aspects of climate change and its impacts on the boreal forest ecosystem. The authors highlight the importance of this forest ecosystem in the context of global carbon cycling and climate regulation. The book includes chapters on topics such as the ecology and carbon balance of boreal forests, climate change impacts on forest dynamics, and the potential of boreal forests for carbon sequestration. It also discusses management strategies to mitigate the impacts of climate change on the boreal forest ecosystem. This book is a must-read for those interested in the ecology and management of boreal forests in the face of climate change.
|12."Tackling Climate Change Through Livestock: A Global Assessment of Emissions and Mitigation Opportunities" by Pierre J Gerber and Food and Agriculture Organization|
“Tackling Climate Change Through Livestock: A Global Assessment of Emissions and Mitigation Opportunities” Book Review: This book is an essential read for stakeholders, including livestock producers, policy-makers, researchers, and civil society representatives. It presents a groundbreaking global assessment of the magnitude, sources, and pathways of emissions from different livestock production systems and supply chains. Additionally, it identifies practical options to reduce emissions and estimates the sector’s potential for mitigation.
|13."Climate Change (What Everyone Needs To Know)" by Joseph Romm|
“Climate Change (What Everyone Needs To Know)” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide to understanding the science, politics, and economics of climate change. The book is divided into five parts, covering the basics of climate change science, the impacts of climate change, the policy responses to climate change, the economic costs and benefits of addressing climate change, and the role of individuals in mitigating climate change. Each chapter is written in a question-and-answer format, making it accessible to readers with varying levels of knowledge on the subject. The book is a valuable resource for anyone seeking a clear and concise overview of climate change.
|14."Strategies for Building Resilience against Climate and Ecosystem Changes in Sub-Saharan Africa" by Osamu Saito and Gordana Kranjac-Berisavljevic|
“Strategies for Building Resilience against Climate and Ecosystem Changes in Sub-Saharan Africa” Book Review: This book, intended for academics, professionals, and government officials, reviews studies on climate and ecosystem change adaptation and resilience in Africa (CECAR-Africa). It covers a range of topics, including forecasting and assessing climate change impacts on agro-ecosystems, risk assessment of extreme weather hazards, and developing adaptive resource management methods. The book also explores implementing capacity development programs for local leaders and practitioners, utilizing field surveys, questionnaires, focus group discussions, land use and cover change analysis, and climate downscaled modeling.
3. Climate Change and Agricultural Production System
|1."This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate" by Naomi Klein|
“This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate” Book Review: The book presents a new perspective on global warming, asserting that capitalism is the main cause of this issue. It argues that climate change is not a minor concern, but rather a warning sign that indicates the need to address our economic system’s shortcomings. This book debunks the myths surrounding climate change and clearly illustrates how the free market impacts it. Additionally, the book suggests that our relationship with nature needs to change to ensure our safety in this world.
|2."Environment and Ecology: Biodiversity, Climate Change and Disaster Management for Civil Services Examination" by Majid Husain|
“Environment and Ecology: Biodiversity, Climate Change and Disaster Management for Civil Services Examination” Book Review: This book is an ideal resource for civil service students preparing for preliminary and main examinations. It covers fundamental concepts of Environment and Ecology, Plant and Animal Kingdoms, Major Biomes, Biodiversity and Legislation, Environmental Degradation and Management, Climate Change, Natural Hazards, and Disaster Management, Distribution of World Resources, Locational factors of Economic Activities, Contemporary Socio-Economic Issues, Major Crops and Cropping Patterns in India, Aquatic Ecosystems, Estuaries, and Wetlands. The book provides details about various species and their types, including endangered, vulnerable, and critically vulnerable. It also includes information on bird migration, coral bleaching, waste dumping, environmentally receptive places, natural occurrences such as cloud bursts, cold-waves, heat-waves, tornadoes, theories related to urban geography, and the Nepal earthquake.
|3."Climate Change: Biological and Human Aspects" by Ian Whyte|
“Climate Change: Biological and Human Aspects” Book Review: This book is geared towards students taking courses in geography and environmental studies. It delves into the effects of recent climatic events and the potential significant shifts that may occur in the future. Additionally, it explores how changes in climate can interact with society. The book includes case studies from various parts of the world to provide a better understanding of the subject matter.
|4."Climate Change: Biological and Human Aspects" by Jonathan Cowie|
“Climate Change: Biological and Human Aspects” Book Review: This book provides a concise introduction to climate science, atmospheric science, geography, and environmental science for life science students. It also serves as a valuable resource for students engaged in environmental monitoring, conservation, policy-making, and lobbying. It covers a comprehensive analysis of past, present, and future climate change, focusing on the perspectives of biology, ecology, and human ecology.
|5."Agricultural Production: Organic and Conventional Systems" by O M Akinyemi|
“Agricultural Production: Organic and Conventional Systems” Book Review: This book is designed to educate students and farmers on how to retain soil nutrients without negatively impacting the environment. It compares the production efficiency and economic benefits of organic and conventional agricultural systems, defines land use, examines factors affecting soil formation, outlines methods for replenishing lost nutrients, describes planting techniques, and discusses rules and regulations implemented by communities, states, and countries. It also explains experiments conducted to identify factors affecting nutrient mineralization and reviews the effects of agricultural chemicals on soil organisms and other agricultural practices.
|6."Optimum Use of Energy in Agricultural Production Systems" by Seyed Mehdi Nassiri|
“Optimum Use of Energy in Agricultural Production Systems” Book Review: This book focuses on the energy scenario and focuses on energy auditing and optimization in paddy and wheat fields. It highlights the energy use patterns, various sources of energy used, and consumption patterns for different field operations. The book’s main objective is to introduce the Data Envelopment Analysis as a method for optimizing energy in agricultural production systems.
|7."Farmers' Empowerment in Rice Production System" by Hossain Amir and Haider Latiful|
“Farmers’ Empowerment in Rice Production System” Book Review: This book presents the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) club’s research on empowering farmers in rice production. It offers several suggestions, including conducting similar research in other regions of Bangladesh, exploring vegetable and fruit cultivation empowerment, and involving a diverse group of stakeholders such as farmers, key informants, administrators, politicians, religious leaders, and experts in formulating national policies and strategies to strengthen IPM activities.
|8."Livestock-Crop Production Systems and Livelihood Development" by R K Misra|
“Livestock-Crop Production Systems and Livelihood Development” Book Review: This book is a valuable resource for postgraduate students of Economics/Agricultural Economics, research scholars, livestock economists, and other professionals working in the livestock and crop production systems. It addresses the challenges of livestock-crop production systems, with a focus on community livelihood development. The book also discusses limitations in livestock and crop production activities and policy measures to achieve higher growth. Policymakers and planners can gain insight from this book on creating an appropriate policy framework for the development of livestock and crop sectors.
|9."Organic Yoghurt Production in Line with Food Safety Management System" by Thulasimani Krishnakumar and Chellamuthu Thamilselvi|
“Organic Yoghurt Production in Line with Food Safety Management System” Book Review: The focus of this book is on organic yogurt production, covering topics such as food safety hazards, food safety management systems, and safety considerations related to selecting and using starter cultures. It proposes an operational prerequisite program and outlines legal requirements to ensure safety and quality in the production of organic yogurt.
|10."Climatic Change and Its Impacts: An Overview Focusing on Switzerland (Advances in Global Change Research)" by Martin Beniston|
“Climatic Change and Its Impacts: An Overview Focusing on Switzerland (Advances in Global Change Research)” Book Review: This book discusses the field of Climatic Change, which has recently gained significant attention from both the scientific community and the general public. The book focuses on climate cycles, variability, and change, with a particular emphasis on Switzerland. Despite being a small country, Switzerland’s complex geography and the Alps’ presence frequently enhance climatic cycles. Additionally, there is a wealth of observational data in both the natural and social sciences that enable a comprehensive evaluation of climate measures, trends, and impacts. Drawing upon the author’s recent scientific work and close collaborations with scientific institutions in Switzerland and Europe, the book provides readers with unique information on climate measures throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. It is intended for undergraduate students and researchers interested in climate issues specific to mountainous regions.
|11."Climate Change and Developing Countries (Advances in Global Change Research)" by Nijavalli H Ravindranath and Jayant A Sathaye|
“Climate Change and Developing Countries (Advances in Global Change Research)” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive assessment and understanding of the issues related to global climate change for non-industrial nations. It highlights the importance of appropriate technical, institutional, and policy measures to address the emerging environmental change. The book presents alternative perspectives of non-industrial nations on opportunities to benefit from current and emerging global exchanges, institutions, and strategies to address climate change. It offers a detailed analysis of various issues such as greenhouse gas emissions, mitigation analysis, impacts and adaptation, policy options, emerging global institutions and instruments, and alternative viewpoints of developing countries. The book provides essential information, analysis, and interpretation of different aspects relevant to climate change and will be a valuable resource for researchers, negotiators, policymakers, and environmental groups involved in the study and discussion of climate change.
|12."Climate Change: An Integrated Perspective (Advances in Global Change Research)" by Pim Martens and J Rotmans|
“Climate Change: An Integrated Perspective (Advances in Global Change Research)” Book Review: This book argues that global climate change is a complex issue that demands a multi-disciplinary approach. Simply reducing emissions, as the Kyoto process attempts to do, is not enough. Instead, the book advocates for an integrative approach that considers global climate change as one factor in a range of related issues, including land use changes, water supply and demand, food and energy supply, human health, and air pollution. While this approach may not provide clear, final answers, it does offer valuable insights that can inform long-term climate strategies. Environmental Change: An Integrated Perspective is a valuable resource for climate change professionals, policymakers, analysts, natural and social scientists, educators, students, and anyone interested in the multidisciplinary research underlying this complex global issue.
|13."Modeling of Wheat Growth and Yield Under the Expected Climate Change" by Maze Mona|
“Modeling of Wheat Growth and Yield Under the Expected Climate Change” Book Review: This book presents a novel crop simulation model for winter wheat, which uses thermal units and simple partitioning rules to predict crop biomass and yield under different water and weather conditions in Bavaria. The model draws on established tools such as REMO, CLM, and STAR II to estimate the behavior and distribution of winter wheat up to the year 2100.
4. Climate Impact on Water Resource
|1."Impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources Availability" by Sintayehu Gebre|
|2."Spatial Variability of Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources" by Muluneh Bimrew Tarekegn and Semu Ayalew|
|3."Climate Change and Its Impacts on Irrigation and Groundwater Resources" by Shamsuddin Shahid|
“Climate Change and Its Impacts on Irrigation and Groundwater Resources” Book Review: The book examines the potential effects of climate change on irrigation and groundwater resources in Northwest Bangladesh, including changes in groundwater hydrographs, irrigation demands, and the impact of these changes on groundwater resources. It presents research that will be beneficial to stakeholders seeking to improve their understanding of climate change and its impacts on water resources.
|4."Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Water Resources and Water Use Sectors: Case studies from Southeast Asia" by Sangam Shrestha|
“Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Water Resources and Water Use Sectors: Case studies from Southeast Asia” Book Review: This book presents case studies focused on forecasting the impact of climate change on water availability, floods and droughts, irrigation water requirements, reservoir inflows, hydropower generation, and crop yield in specific Southeast Asian basins. The case studies employ hydrological reservoir simulations and crop water requirement models to forecast and analyze climate change’s effects. This book offers reliable, scientific advice to water managers seeking to adapt to climate change challenges.
|5."Modelling the Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources" by C Fai Fung and Ana Lopez|
“Modelling the Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources” Book Review: This book is targeted towards students, scientists, engineers, and decision-makers who are interested in understanding the uses and limitations of modeling the impact of climate change on water resources. It delves into climate models and their applications in modeling water systems, while providing a comprehensive overview of the subject matter. The book contains a series of case studies that utilize real-world examples to showcase the necessary steps and challenges that may arise when evaluating the potential impacts of climate change on water resource systems.
|6."Impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources" by Kara Fatih|
“Impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources” Book Review: This book examines the effects of climate change on water resources by analyzing precipitation and discharge. The precipitation and temperature data utilized in this book are obtained from GCM/RCM combinations through the European Union (EU)-ENSEMBLES project based on the A1B carbon scenario. It evaluates the features of extreme precipitation events and calculates extreme discharges for reference and future periods.
|7."Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Practices in Water Resources" by Bashyal Reshu and Dhakal Subodh|
“Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Practices in Water Resources” Book Review: This book presents an overview of climate change, its effects, and how the local population is adapting to cope with it, with a particular focus on water resources. It examines the impacts of climate change and identifies potential adaptation methods, as well as the perceptions of local people, which were assessed using Participatory Rural Appraisal tools. Additionally, meteorological data were analyzed to gain a deeper understanding of the situation.
|8."Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources: A Study of Attitudinal Change among Students" by A K Singh and Kamna Srivastava|
|9."Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources in Agriculture" by Cornelio Alberto Zolin and Renato de A R Rodrigues|
“Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources in Agriculture” Book Review: This book takes a multidisciplinary approach to the relationship between climate change, water resources, and agriculture. It offers a comprehensive perspective on the key aspects of this subject matter. The book covers important topics such as the hydrological cycle, forests, land-use change and water, low carbon agriculture, green economy concepts, and the state of the art in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and Global Research Alliance.
|10."Climate Change Impacts on Tropical Forests in Central America: An ecosystem service perspective" by Aline Chiabai|
“Climate Change Impacts on Tropical Forests in Central America: An ecosystem service perspective” Book Review: This book is intended for scholars and students in various fields including environmental and ecological economics, environmental science and forestry, natural resource management, agriculture, and climate change. It focuses on the effects of land-use and climate change on tropical forest ecosystems in Central America. This book evaluates the economic costs that are expected to arise under different geographic scales and potential future scenarios.
|11."Satellite-based Applications on Climate Change" by M V K Sivakumar and John Qu|
“Satellite-based Applications on Climate Change” Book Review: This book examines the effects of global warming on the environment and ecosystems, as well as the potential benefits of sustainable economic and social development in the future. It emphasizes the importance of satellite observations of climate and environmental changes in shaping the international community’s response to this urgent global issue. The book covers the latest developments in satellite-based remote sensing of the earth’s environment, with applications ranging from climate and atmospheric science to hydrology and fire studies. Additionally, introductory chapters on instrumentation, calibration, data analysis, and GIS tools for decision-making are included.