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1000-years of environmental history of Lake Issyk-Kul

AuthorsGiralt, Santiago CSIC ORCID ; Julià Brugués, Ramón CSIC; Klerkx, J.; Riera, S.; Leroy, Suzanne A. G.; Buchaca, Teresa CSIC ORCID ; Catalán, Jordi CSIC ORCID; De Batist, M.; Beck, C.; Bobrov, V.; Gavshin, V.; Kalugin, I.; Sukhorukov, F.; Brennwald, M.; Kipfer, R.; Peeters, F.; Lombardi, S.; Matychenkov, V.; Romanovsky, V.; Podsetchine, V.; Voltattorni, N.
Issue Date2003
PublisherSpringer Nature
CitationDying and Dead Seas: Climatic versus Anthropic Causes. NATO science series: IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences 36: 228-253 (2003)
AbstractThis is the first comprehensive study of dead, dying and endangered lakes and seas all over the world. The book analyses the probable role of climatic and anthropic causes in past, present and future drastic bifurcations of lakes and seas on the basis of historical data, a vast amount of modern data obtained from extensive field surveys and remote sensing and extrapolations to the future with the help of sustainable development models and mitigation policies. The book will interest research workers specialized in the prospects of sustainable development and the causes, climatic or anthropic, of severe alterations of lakes and seas with drastic consequences for regional and worldwide water resources.
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