Climate and environmental monitoring for decision making

  title={Climate and environmental monitoring for decision making},
  author={Pietro Ceccato and K{\'a}tia V.S. Fernandes and Daniel N. Ruiz and Erica Allis},
As human populations grow, so do the resource demands imposed on ecosystems and the impacts of our global footprint. Natural resources are not invulnerable, nor infinitely available. The environmental impacts of anthropogenic actions are becoming more apparent – air and water quality are increasingly compromised, pests and diseases are extending beyond their historical boundaries, and deforestation is exacerbating flooding downstream and loss of biodiversity. Society is increasingly becoming… CONTINUE READING


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