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Climatic changes

LC control 85027037
LC classificationQC902.8 QC903.2
Topical headingClimatic changes
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Variant(s)Changes, Climatic
Changes in climate
Climate change
Climate change science
Climate changes
Climate variations
Climatic change
Climatic changes--Environmental aspects
Climatic fluctuations
Climatic variations
Global climate changes
Global climatic changes
See alsosubdivision Climatic factors under individual animals and groups of animals and individual plants and groups of plants, e.g. Fishes--Climatic factors; Corn--Climatic factors
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Climate change mitigation
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Global environmental change
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Teleconnections (Climatology)
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Found in92622097: International Conference on the Role of the Polar Regions in Global Change (1990 : University of Alaska, Fairbanks). International conference on the role ... 1991: p. 249 (Global change) p. 743 (Global changes) pp. 46, 617 (Global climatic changes)
95134461: Climate and water in Europe : some recent issues, 1994.
Atmospheric science for environmental scientists, 2009: p. 268 (climate change science; greenhouse-gas-induced temperature rise, known as 'global warming' or climate change) p. 277 (global climate change) p. 283 (changes in climate) p. 287 (climatic changes)
Difference, Difference between climate change and environmental change, viewed April 12, 2022 (climate change and environmental change are both mostly caused by human activity in modern times; important differences: climate change mainly relates to changes in atmospheric conditions, whereas environmental change also involves biological and geological factors; climate change is a subset of the category of environmental change; human-induced climate change is a relatively new problem, whereas environmental change has been a problem for a while; humans have only been primary drivers of climate change for about the past century, whereas they have been primary drivers of [local] environmental change almost since the dawn of behavioral modernity in Homo sapiens)
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