5 edition of Human intervention in the climatology of arid lands found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Donald R. Haragan.|
|Series||Contributions of the Committee on Desert and Arid Zones Research of the Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science ;, , Contribution ... of the Committee on Desert and Arid Zones Research ;, no. 25.|
|Contributions||Haragan, Donald R.|
|LC Classifications||QC993.7 .H86 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||90037929|
Recently, "One Belt and One Road" initiative, namely, building the "Silk Road Economic Belt" and "21st Century Maritime Silk Road", has become a global strategy of China and has been discussed as China's "Marshall Plan". The overland route of "One Belt" comes across vast arid lands, where the local population and ecosystem compete keenly for limited water resources. Gary Paul Nabhan is one of the world's experts on the agricultural traditions of arid lands. For this book he has visited indigenous and traditional farmers in the Gobi Desert, the Arabian Peninsula, the Sahara Desert, and Andalusia, as well as the Sonoran, Chihuahuan, and Painted deserts of North America, to learn firsthand their techniques and designs aimed at reducing heat and /5(42).
Many researchers identify arid, semi-arid, and sometimes subhumid regions as the areas in which desertification can occur or where the risks of desertification are highest. Others imply that the areas prone to desertification might not be restricted to arid, semi-arid, or subhumid regions, by using such descriptive words as extension, encroachment, and spread of desert characteristics into non-desert . Books shelved as climatology: Solar by Ian McEwan, Cosmos by Carl Sagan, The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea by Sebastian Junger, Stat.
The arid and semiarid region of North China consists principally of sandy lands, deserts and loess deposits, and lies at the junction of four principal atmospheric circulatory systems (Fig. 1A).Under global warming the risks of desertification and humidification in the sandy areas are carefully evaluated based on the parameters obtained from written records and observational data 1,2 as well Cited by: Human intervention has been, in many cases, the driving force in starting this destructive cycle, and, as evidenced by the rapid advancement of desertification worldwide, it’s also clear that it will only be through human intervention that we can reverse it. by putting arid lands and degraded ‘set asides’ back to work — pulling Author: Craig Mackintosh.
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Human intervention in the climatology of arid lands Author: Donald R Haragan ; Charles W Stockton ; David M Meko ; H E Dregne ; Jerry L Hatfield ; All authors. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. Edwards, R.L. A petrographic and geochemical record of climate change over the last years from a northern Namibia stalagmite, with evidence of abruptly wetter climate at the beginning of southern Africa’s Iron Age.
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Game Ranching in Africa Introduction Ecological Characteristics of the Semi-Arid Savannas Past and Present Land-UseFormat: Ebook. Introduction. Central Asia has one of the largest arid and semi-arid lands of the world, where lakes provide valuable surface water resource for local people, life, and socioeconomic development (Bai et al., ; Crootof et al., ).Quantifying the changes in its lakes and, especially, the factors underlying these changes, are therefore extremely important yet difficult, because of the Cited by: 9.
Under the rigorous conditions of life in the semiarid regions, successful human intervention has generally tilted the balance in the direction of diminishing returns from those products on which humans can live (Haragan, ).
Semiarid regions of the earth. CHAPTER 1 ~ Drylands, people and land use According to both classifications, the hyperarid zones (LGP = 0 and P/PET landFile Size: 1MB. The semiarid regions of the Earth's surface occur as transition zones between the arid deserts and the subhumid belts.
Water movement will shape the landscape, according to its geology and past topography, and will work in conjunction with wind erosion, solar insolation, temperature changes, and soils (stable or in movement), as well as with the vegetation and the animals that live thereon, to.
Arid and semi-arid lands are spread over a third of the world’s land surface, from Colorado to the Kalahari, the Sahel to the Simpson, the Altai Steppe to Amboseli. Notwithstanding their diversity, these lands are broadly cha- cterised by low productivity, management at large scales, and great climate variability – in short, by high spatial and temporal heterogeneity.
The conference "Combating Desertification with Plants" was held in Beer Sheva, Israel, from November, and was attended by 70 participants from 30 countries and/or international organisations. Desertification - the degradation of soils in drylands - is a phenomenon occurring in scores of countries around the globe.
The number of people (in semiarid regions) affected by the steady. Among the unique features that make Human Adaptability outstanding as both a textbook for students and a reference book for professionals are a complete discussion of the development of ecological anthropology and relevant research methods; the use of an ecosystem approach with emphasis on arctic, high altitude, arid land, grassland, tropical.
Arid and semi-arid lands cover about one third of the earth’s terrestrial surface. They are commonly perceived as hostile and barren places; in fact, they are heavily used by human populations.
Water-ecosystem-economy nexus under human intervention and climate change: a study in the Heihe River Basin (China) Authors: The overland route of "One Belt" comes across vast arid lands, where the local population and ecosystem compete keenly for limited water resources.
In studying the impact of human intervention, simulation. Arid Lands. is a documentary feature about the land and people of the Columbia Basin in southeastern Washington state. Sixty years ago, the Hanford nuclear site produced plutonium for the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, and today the area is the focus of the largest environmental cleanup in history.
The dynamics of dryland farming are different and harsh than irrigated farming. So the problems of dryland agriculture are also unique.
Water is the chief requirement for cropping. The crops in dryland or arid lands have to face the challenge of shortage of water more frequently.
Co-sponsored by Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Science Press, the Journal of Arid Land is an international peer-reviewed journal which explores sustainable development and eco-environmental management and focuses on the arid and semi-arid lands in Central Asia and the world at large.
We seek to understand climatic impacts on arid and semi-arid ecosystems and work to increase the resilience of these systems. Arid and semi-arid lands, such as those in Arizona, occupy more than 40% of the Earth’s land landscapes contain forests, grasslands, agricultural, and built environments that may be affected by increased temperature and prolonged drought.
ALI’s urban research projects focus on maximizing the recovery, use, and reuse of rain and stormwater, at both local and regional scales. Environmental geospatial modeling coupled with fine-grained remote sensing analyses aid in identifying likely sources and quantities of stormwater and may suggest the shifts necessary within land use, zoning patterns, and building types to maximize these.
Inhe prepared for Congress his “Report on the Land of the Arid Regions of the United States” (Powell ), which argued for the requirement of a science-based approach to the development of irrigated agriculture in the arid regions and indicated the area west of the th meridian, apart from the wet coastal regions, to be that by: The climate forcing provided by humans and natural events is reviewed.
The different effects of CO 2 and solar irradiance changes on the vertical profile of temperature are explained. The concepts of detection and attribution of human-induced climate change are presented.
The transient response to climate forcing is illustrated with a simple model.1. A history of the climate indicates that the present interglacial period corresponds to a desertification period in arid lands.
There is much evidence that the climate of arid lands has been very variable since the last glacial maximum.