By demonstrating the importance of communication among social scientists, scientists in the natural sciences and stakeholders living in the Arctic, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the region's rapidly changing physical and human dimensions. In response to the tremendous challenges and opportunities facing the Arctic it is an essential resource for all Arctic researchers and those developing multidisciplinary projects. Representing a state-of-the-art overview of key areas of Arctic research by renowned specialists in the field, each chapter forms a detailed, varied and accessible account of current knowledge. Each author introduces the subject to a non-specialist readership, while retaining intellectual integrity and relevance for specialists. Overall, the richness of the material presented in this volume reflects the ecological and cultural diversity of this vast and environmentally critical part of the globe.FIGURE 7.2: MAP OF THE BERING SEA SHOWING THE CIRCULATION OF THE WATER MASSES. BASED ON MAPS BY SAYLES, AAGAARD AND COACHMAN (1979), TAKENOUTI AND OHTANI (1974) AND STABENO AND REED (1994). depending on the ... Thus it serves as a a#39;memorya#39; for the North Atlantic climate system (Hansen and Bezdek, 1996; Sutton and Allen, 1997; Sy rta/., 1997). ... The jet FIGURE 7.3: SCHEMATIC ILLUSTRATION OF THE |ET STREAM AND THE.
|Author||:||Mark Nuttall, Terry Callaghan|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2000-12-21|