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|Title:||Sea-Level fluctuations in the Black and Caspian Seas and Global Climate Change|
|Authors:||Lykhodedova, Olha H.|
Konikov, Yevhenii G.
|Citation:||Black sea-mediterranean corridor during the last 30 ky: sea level change and human adaptation (2005–2009) : IV plenary meeting and field trip IGCP 521 (Bucharest ; Varna, 4–16 Oct. 2008). – Bucharest, 2008|
|Series/Report no.:||;С. 106-109|
|Abstract:||The Earth's climate is an extremely difficult nonlinear system with numerous feedbacks, the dynamics of which are not obvious. Many publications contain inconsistent opinions concerning the causes of global warming. A central place in these discussions is occupied by the question of the anthropogenic factor as a principal cause of the greenhouse effect, which lies at the root of global warming. Some authors argue that anthropogenic influences are already acting as the dominant warming factor (Meleshko, 2007). Contrary to this opinion, the influence of greenhouse gases on climate change has not yet been proven (Yegorov, 2007; Datsenko and Monin, 2006; Boichenko and Voloschuk, 2006).|
|Description:||Caspian-Black Sea mediterranean corridor during last 30 ky: sea level change and human adaptive strategies (2008-2010), plenary meeting and fild trip INQUA 0501, (4, 2008);4-16, Oct., 2008|
|Appears in Collections:||Статті та доповіді ГГФ|
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