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Weather, Climate, Water in the Information Age

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Date Added to MERLOT: March 08, 2010
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Submitter : Tanja Simidtchieva

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This booklet looks at the progress in telecommunications and information technologies and how they are applied for human benefit in the areas of weather forecasting, climate projections, natural disaster preparedness and mitigation, water management, the environment, human health and energy.


Keywords:
climate variability, natural disasters, monitoring, vector- and water-borne diseases, forecast, communication, long range transport of pollutants, sea-level rise, sea-ice, water management issues, ozone, trends in extreme weather, ocean-climate variability, energy

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Professional
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Language: English Material Version: 2004, WMO-No.970
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