The development of bioeconomy of the Baltic Region in the context of regional and global climate change
Climate change is projected to have a profound effect on natural ecosystems, biodiversity, and societies both in the Baltic region and globally, particularly so through agriculture and food systems. The Baltic region has a vast potential for the development of ...
Variability of climatic characteristics оver the South-East Baltic coastal waters in the early XXI century
... rate of 0.04° С/year. The sea surface temperature simultaneously is rising with a slower rate (0.02° С/year) and the maximum area of the ice field observed in the sea is decreasing (– 112,5 km2/year).
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Climate variability in the dynamics of seasonal development of plants in the South-East Baltic
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Climate change in the dry steppe zone of the Tuva highland area
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The current state of the climate system of the Kaliningrad region and global warming
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Climate change and the dynamics of vector-borne disease rate in the Kaliningrad region
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The bological effects of thermal impact on plants
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Pollination as an ecosystem service in agricultural nature management
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Important Staging Sites of Geese and Swans in the Cross-Border Wetland Complex of the Neman Delta
... authors indicate the decrease in the population of Bean Geese alongside with the increase in the population of Greylag Geese, Whooper Swans, Bewick’s Swans and particularly Greater White-fronted Geese. This phenomenon is brought about by the global climate change, changes of the migratory flyways of certain species (particularly Greater White-fronted Goose) and by human impact.
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... changes during the vegetation period has been found. Under the stress reaction (drought, illness) the rate of metabolism dark reactions is increased by 2—3 times as compared with light reactions. The obtained results may be use for bioindication of the climate change in the Baltic Region.
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