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Reports and Books
Waterbirds on the Edge: first circumpolar assessment of climate change impact on Arctic Breeding water birds
United Nations Environment Programme - World Conservation Monitoring Centre (United Nations Environment Programme-WCMC)

This first analysis of the likely impact of climate change on biodiversity demonstrates the impact on Arctic waterbirds. The Arctic will be the biome most affected by climate change and hence waterbird species, most of which are entirely reliant on Arctic habitats, are particularly vulnerable.


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2000
Reports and Books
Overview on Land-based Sources and Activities Affecting the Marine Environment in the East Asian Seas. Regional Seas Reports and Studies no. 173
United Nations Environment Programme

This report contains gaps, in which additional information is required for a complete analysis of land-based sources of pollution in the region in particular linkages between land-based activities and their impacts on marine and coastal areas.


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2000

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