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United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Year Book 2010. Chapter: Climate Change. p.33-36.
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Book/Book Chapter
Date
2011
climAtE cHANgE 33 Climate Change INTRODUCTION The global mean surface air temperature is continuing its long-term increasing trend (Figure 1). The years 2000-2009 constitute the warmest decade since instrumental records for global temperatures were established in the mid-19th century, and
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United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Year Book 2010. Chapter: Climate Change. p.33-36.
Date
2011
Language
English
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Keywords
Arctic
Melting ice
Climate change
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Methane
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United Nations Environment Programme. Geo Year Book 2006. p.35-38.
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Book/Book Chapter
Date
2007
Polar � OVERVIEW: POLAR CLIMATE CHANGE Evidence continued to strengthen in 2005 that Arctic temperatures are rising more rapidly than the global average, and that the rate of increase may accelerate due to feedback mechanisms. In the northern hemisphere, the highest increases over average
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United Nations Environment Programme. Geo Year Book 2006. p.35-38.
Date
2007
Language
English
Publication Type
Book/Book Chapter
File Size
167168
Keywords
Arctic
Climate change
Melting ice
Ozone
Commercial exploitation
Environmental emergencies
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-GEO-Year-Book-2006-20063759.pdf

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