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East China Sea 36 Giwa Regional Assessment

The critical stage of the aquatic environment has become widely more apparent not only for experts and scientist, but also for the general public. Freshwater depletion, pollution, habitat destruction and the unsustainable exploitation of living resources are serious transboundary problems that have developed over a fairly short timeframe. Global climate change will also result in unpredictable transformations that will alter the Earth’s freshwater and marine ecosystems.

584: Global International Waters Assessment (GIWA)

10 Jan 2014 by iwlearn

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East China Sea 36 Giwa Regional Assessment.pdf

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