CR - Vol. 48, No. 1 - Table of contents

Clim Res (Print ISSN: 0936-577X; Online ISSN: 1616-1572)
Copyright © 2011 Inter-Research. Published July 19

CR SPECIAL 26:


Environmental change and socio-economic response in the Baltic region
Editors: Andrzej Witkowski, Jan Harff, Eduardo Zorita

SPECIALS of Climate Research (CR) present important new information on climate phenomena measured and assessed by closely coordinated group efforts. They concentrate on specific research cr_oas or geographic areas. CR SPECIAL 26 is devoted to the results of the conference 'Climate change: the environmental and socio-economic response in the southern Baltic region' organized by the BALTEX international office and the University of Szczecin, Poland, in May 2009. Climate change projections are required for management and decision making at the regional and local level, to mitigate effects of climate change on the environment and society. As the questions posed to the scientific community are complex and require complex answers, the conference was designed to foster interdisciplinary discussion.

We are pleased to make the online version of this CR SPECIAL available with Open Access.
TITLE PAGE
Environmental change and socio-economic response in the Baltic region
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INTRODUCTION
Harff J, Wittkowski A, Zorita E
Environmental change and socio-economic response in the Baltic region
CR 48:3-4 | Full text in pdf format


Björck S
Current global warming appears anomalous in relation to the climate of the last 20000 years
CR 48:5-11 | Full text in pdf format


Grigoriev A, Zhamoida V, Spiridonov M, Sharapova A, Sivkov V, Ryabchuk D
Late-glacial and Holocene palaeoenvironments in the Baltic Sea based on a sedimentary record from the Gdansk Basin
CR 48:13-21 | Full text in pdf format


Świątek M
Precipitation changes on the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea (1954–2003) due to changes in intensity of westerlies over Europe
CR 48:23-29 | Full text in pdf format


Meier HEM, Eilola K, Almroth E
Climate-related changes in marine ecosystems simulated with a 3-dimensional coupled physical-biogeochemical model of the Baltic Sea
CR 48:31-55 | Full text in pdf format


Apsīte E, Bakute A, Elferts D, Kurpniece L, Pallo I
Climate change impacts on river runoff in Latvia
CR 48:57-71 | Full text in pdf format


Demchenko N, Chubarenko I, Kaitala S
The development of seasonal structural fronts in the Baltic Sea after winters of varying severity
CR 48:73-84 | Full text in pdf format


Batóg J, Batóg B
Convergence of relative pollution levels among the countries of the Baltic Sea region
CR 48:85-91 | Full text in pdf format


Łabuz TA, Kowalewska-Kalkowska H
Coastal erosion caused by the heavy storm surge of November 2004 in the southern Baltic Sea
CR 48:93-101 | Full text in pdf format