North Sea Region Climate Change Assessment

@article{Quante2016NorthSR,
  title={North Sea Region Climate Change Assessment},
  author={Markus Quante and Franciscus Colijn},
  journal={North Sea Region Climate Change Assessment},
  year={2016}
}
This book offers an up-to-date review of our current understanding of climate change in the North Sea and adjacent areas, as well as its impact on ecosystems and socio-economic sectors. It provides a detailed assessment of climate change based on published scientific work compiled by independent international experts from climate-related disciplines such as oceanography, atmospheric sciences, marine and terrestrial ecology, using a regional evaluation and review process similar to that of the… Expand

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