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Publication Adapting to climate change - SOER 2010 thematic assessment
Climate change is happening and will continue to have far-reaching consequences for human and natural systems. Impacts and vulnerabilities differ considerably across regions, territories and economic sectors in Europe. Strategies to adapt to climate change are necessary to manage impacts even if global temperature stays below a 2 °C increase above the pre-industrial level. The EU adaptation framework aims at developing a comprehensive strategy by 2013, to be supported by a clearinghouse for sharing and maintaining information on climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation.
Located in The European environment — state and outlook 2015 Thematic assessments
Figure Annual number of days with snow cover over European land areas 1961-1990 and projected change for 2071-2100
Note: Results are based on seven regional climate-model simulations.
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Publication Briefing 1/2007 - Climate change and water adaptation issues
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Figure D source code Deviations of monthly snow cover extent over the northern hemisphere lands (including Greenland)
Note: Deviations are compared to a 30 year average
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Figure Deviations of seasonal snow cover (solid curve) versus deviations of temperature (dashed curve)
Note: Deviations are compared to a 30 year average.
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External Data Reference Globsnow SWE series
The European Space Agency (ESA) Data User Element (DUE) funded GlobSnow project aims at creating a global database of snow parameters for climate research purposes. The main objective is to create a long term time series for two essential snow parameters. The project will provide information concerning the areal extent of snow (SE) on a global scale and snow water equivalent (SWE) for the Northern Hemisphere. Both products will include the end product derived from the satellite data along with accuracy information for each snow parameter. The temporal span of the SE product will be 15 years and the span for the SWE product will be 30 years.
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File Living with Climate change
Global warming is happening. Temperatures have already risen by 0.76 degrees since the industrial revolution and are projected to rise further by 1.8 - 4 degrees by the end of the century. The last time climate change happened at this pace was 125,000 years ago and led to a 4-6 metre sea level rise. Global warming at the upper end of the scale predicted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change would have catastrophic consequences for Europe. Up to 30% of plant, animal and bird species would be wiped out and the threat of natural disasters such as landslides, floods and mudslides would increase significantly.
Located in Environmental topics Climate change Multimedia
Figure Northern hemisphere snow-cover extent variation 1966-2005
The figure shows the snow-cover extent variation 1966 - 2005
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Figure Observed change in spring snow-cover duration 1970-2004
The map shows the observed change in spring snow-cover duration 1970 to 2004 covering the Northern Hemisphere
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Figure Observed changes in (a) global average surface temperature, (b) global average sea level and (c) northern hemispheric snow cover for March-April
All changes are relative to the period 19611990
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