by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 85841.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch., United States. Office of Space Science and Applications. Land-Related Global Habitability Sciences Working Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
A Continuous Satellite-Derived Measure of Global Terrestrial Primary Production sessions on “land-related global habitability science issues and new w oody t issues, and R m is the m ain-. Estimating Terrestrial Primary Productivity by Combining Remote Sensing and Ecosystem Simulation. Land-Related Global Habitability Science Issues. NASA Tech. Memo. , Washington, DC. Running S.W. () Estimating Terrestrial Primary Productivity by Combining Remote Sensing and Ecosystem Simulation. In: Hobbs R.J., Mooney H.A. (eds Cited by: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (b) Land-Related Global Habitability Science Issues. Washington, DC: NASA, TM Google Scholar National Aeronautics and Space Administration () Report of the EOS Data Panel Washington, DC: NASA, TM He has helped develop national plans in global change research as Chairman of the Global Atmospheric Research Program Working Group on Land Surface Processes, and as a member of the Drafting Group for the U.S. Climate Program Five Year Plan, NASA's Science Working Group on Land Related Global Habitability, the U.S. National Research Council.
NASA Land Related Global Habitability Program Planning, Proposal Reviewer: American Institute of Biological Sciences. California Space Institute. Canada Foundation for Innovation. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. National Environmental Research Council of the United Kingdom. This handbook identifies recent innovations at the global level in the field of land management and pinpoints land tenure trends. It shows how governments, including local government and other stakeholders, are coming to grips with implementing the land related principles enshrined in the Habitat Agenda at a practical level in the cities and : UN-Habitat. Science-Policy Interface on Land Land system science is strongly rooted in inter- and transdisciplinary approaches. Since its origins land system researchers have addressed the dynamics of socio-ecological systems from a sustainability perspective. A few general conclusions from the pre-SPI assessments: • Climate change and land degradation reduce the provisioning of ecosystem services but occur at different temporal and spatial scales and therefore often require different solutions. • Top-down, infrastructure-related adaptations to the impacts of climate.
The findings of some of our field-level work on these issues are included in a 14 chapter volume entitled Land Solutions to Climate Displacement, to be published by Routledge/Earthscan in , as. NASA’s Earth Science Division started looking at how to study the long-term changes of Earth and whether or not human activity was affecting the planet. In the early s, NASA published a technical memoran-dum titled, “Land-Related Global Habitability Issues.” This report outlined a vision of studying Earth as a single system. Learning Outcomes of the Book By reading of the book, the readers will, Be able to understand the basic as well as a wider range of aspects with regard to the real estate development and management. Realize the multi-disciplinary nature of the subject and thereby learn to incorporate other particular subjects with real estate development and. This book will appeal to environmental scientists, ecologists, conservationists, and anyone with an interest in or dealing with the land-related issues of global environmental change. View Show.