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Cetaceans and other marine biodiversity of the Eastern Tropical Pacific: options for adapting to climate change

  • Source(s): World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF)
  • Publication date: 2009
  • ISBN/ISSN: 9789968825375
  • Author(s): Hoffman, J.R.; Fonseca, A.; Drews, C. (eds.)
  • Number of pages: 56 p.

This document collates oceanographic and climate knowledge in the context of vulnerabilities and adaptation options for marine organisms. It aims to serve as a platform to stimulate further regional work towards adaptation of marine habitats to climate change.

It reports on a three-day meeting that brought together 72 international experts in cetacean biology, oceanography, biodiversity, conservation and climate to discuss the current status of cetacean and other marine populations in the eastern tropical Pacific and to assess their vulnerability and adaptation options to climate change in the region.

Keywords

  • Themes:Climate Change, Environment
  • Countries/Regions:Americas

  • Short URL:http://preventionweb.net/go/12467

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