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Record nummer 1928533
Titel Climate research Netherlands : research highlights
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[chief ed. Marit Heinen ; ed. board Peter Driessen ... et al. ; with contrib. Jeroen Aerts ... et al.]
Auteur(s) Heinen, M. ; Driessen, P. ; Kabat, P. ; Pater, F. de ; Vellinga, P.
Uitgever [S.l.] : Climate Changes Spatial Planning [etc.]
Jaar van uitgave 2009
Pagina's 67 p ill
ISBN 9789088150159
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Trefwoorden (cab) klimaat / klimaatverandering / onderzoek / nederland
Rubrieken Klimatologie / Klimaatverandering
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) In the Netherlands the temperature has risen, on average, by 1.6°C since 1900. Regional climate scenarios for the 21st century developed by the Dutch Royal Meteorological Institute [1] show that temperature in the Netherlands will continue to rise and mild winters and hot summers will become more common. On average winters will become wetter and extreme precipitation amounts will increase. The intensity of extreme rain showers in summer will increase and the sea level will continue to rise. Changing climate will affect all segments and sectors of the society and the economy of the Netherlands, but it also brings new opportunities for major innovations
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