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Record number 348149
Title Ecological impacts of climate change in The Netherlands
Author(s) Vliet, A.J.H. van; Leemans, R.
Source In: Climate change and biodiversity-meeting the challenge; people and nature: plan, adapt and survive : report of the 13th Annual Conference of the European Environment and Sustainable Development Advisory Councils EEAC, Oxford, 7-10 September 2005 / Harley, M., Cordi, B., Abreu, A., Nijhoff, P., London : English Nature - p. 81 - 83.
Department(s) Environmental Systems Analysis Group
Publication type Chapter in scientific book
Publication year 2006
Keyword(s) klimaatverandering - biodiversiteit - milieu - milieubescherming - natuurbescherming - climatic change - biodiversity - environment - environmental protection - nature conservation
Categories Climatic Change / Biodiversity
Abstract Temperature in The Netherlands has increased substantially. In the last 20 years the annual temperature was 1°C higher than normal while the first months of the years were up to 2°C warmer than before. The increase in temperature has resulted in significant ecological impacts. This is a short summary of phenological changes ¿ changes in the timing of life cycle events and distributional changes in populations of plants and animals ¿ in The Netherlands
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