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Author(s)
Wang Jie; Zhai XueTing
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2023, 99,
Abstract

Background: Many studies have shown that heatwaves are associated with an increased prevalence of urinary diseases. However, few national studies have been undertaken in China, and none have considered the associated economic losses. Such information would be useful for health authorities and...

Author(s)
Huang YuShu; Song HeJia; Cheng YiBin; Bi Peng; Li YongHong; Yao XiaoYuan
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 857, Part 2,
Abstract

Species from shallow marine environments are particularly vulnerable to extreme weather events (heatwaves and extreme rainfall) that can promote abrupt environmental shifts, namely in temperature and salinity (respectively). To assess how these shifts impact species' cellular stress responses...

Author(s)
Missionário, M.; Travesso, M.; Calado, R.; Madeira, D.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 856, Part 1,
Abstract

Green roof, as a popular low impact development practice, has become important to mitigate adverse impacts of future climate change on urban stormwater. However, there is limited information regarding assessment of the effectiveness of green roofs in response to uncertain future climate change...

Author(s)
Liu Wen; Feng Qi; Engel, B. A.; Zhang Xin
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 856, Part 1,
Abstract

Marine ecosystems are suffering from the gradual rise in temperature due to climate change. Warming scenarios and the intensification of extreme climate events, such as marine heatwaves (MHWs), have been negatively affecting marine organisms. In addition, they are also threatened by anthropogenic...

Author(s)
Santos, D.; Leite, C.; Pinto, J.; Soares, A. M. V. M.; Pereira, E.; Freitas, R.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 856, Part 1,
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Drought combined with extreme heatwaves has been increasingly identified as the important trigger of worldwide tree mortality in the context of climate change; nonetheless, our understanding of the potential hydraulic and thermal impairments of hot droughts to trees and the subsequent post-recovery ...

Author(s)
Gong XueWei; Hao GuangYou
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 856, Part 1,
Abstract

Phenolic compounds (PhCs) are crucial atmospheric pollutants typically emitted by biomass burning and receive particular concerns considering their toxicity, light-absorbing properties, and involvement in secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation. A comprehensive understanding of the transformation ...

Author(s)
Li FengHua; Zhou ShengZhen; Du Lin; Zhao Jun; Hang Jian; Wang XueMei
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 856, Part 1,
Abstract

This article discusses how drought and floods, which are often attributed to climate change, leave an impact on the livelihoods of pastoralists around Lake Turkana in Kenya. The floods occurring around Lake Turkana are of two types: (a) rising lake waters submerging lowlands near the coast; and (b) ...

Author(s)
Salza, A.
Publisher
White Horse Press, Winwick, UK
Citation
Nomadic Peoples, 2023, 27, 1, pp 95-99
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Introduction: Soil erosion causes storms and the release of fine dust. This has a significant impact on climate change and creates global problems. The first effect of dust on agriculture is in the field of reduced production, reduced diversity and reduced vegetation density because fine dust is a...

Author(s)
Alipour, S.; Soltani, E.; Alahdadi, I.; Javid, M. G.; Akbari, G. A.
Publisher
Faculty of Agriculture, Birjand University, Birjand, Iran
Citation
Environmental Stresses in Crop Sciences, 2023, 16, 1, pp fa213-fa238
Abstract

Extreme climate events are expected to occur very frequently and intensively with climate change, and such extreme events can induce irreversible damage to plants and soils, as well as ecosystems. Accordingly, there is a need to understand the effects of extreme climate events on ecosystems. Here,...

Author(s)
Kim GwangJung; Jo Heejae; Kim Hyeonji; Cho MinSeok; Noh NamJin; Chang HanNa; Kim HyungSub; Son Yowhan
Publisher
TÜBITAK, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 2023, 47, 1, pp 132-142

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