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Klimatförändringens påverkan av skyddade områden - En studie om svenska nationalparker och dess påverkan av en klimatförändring.

Eriksson, Daniel LU (2013) MVEK02 20131
Studies in Environmental Science
Abstract (Swedish)
Global temperatures are expected to rise high above normal in our near future. The Nordic countries, like Sweden, will experience almost central European climate at the end of this century. This study investigates the effects that climate change will have on the Swedish national parks.
Climate change will initially act as a stress factor towards the species. Furthermore, the species inside the boundaries of the national parks will respond to a changing climate by spreading northwards. As species move north, new species will be introduced in the south of Sweden. However, no measures are taken to counteract effects of climate change in Swedish national parks
Finally the study shows that to save species from mass extinction the Swedish... (More)
Global temperatures are expected to rise high above normal in our near future. The Nordic countries, like Sweden, will experience almost central European climate at the end of this century. This study investigates the effects that climate change will have on the Swedish national parks.
Climate change will initially act as a stress factor towards the species. Furthermore, the species inside the boundaries of the national parks will respond to a changing climate by spreading northwards. As species move north, new species will be introduced in the south of Sweden. However, no measures are taken to counteract effects of climate change in Swedish national parks
Finally the study shows that to save species from mass extinction the Swedish government should introduce new innovative methods to prevent the negative effects climate change will have on the environment, but also try and reduce the anthropogenic stress factors such as habitat-loss and fragmentation. (Less)
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author
Eriksson, Daniel LU
supervisor
organization
course
MVEK02 20131
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
National parks, climate change, klimatförändring, nationalparker, stressfaktorer, ekosystemsförändring
language
Swedish
id
3808405
date added to LUP
2013-06-26 12:13:52
date last changed
2013-06-26 12:13:52
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  abstract     = {Global temperatures are expected to rise high above normal in our near future. The Nordic countries, like Sweden, will experience almost central European climate at the end of this century. This study investigates the effects that climate change will have on the Swedish national parks.
Climate change will initially act as a stress factor towards the species. Furthermore, the species inside the boundaries of the national parks will respond to a changing climate by spreading northwards. As species move north, new species will be introduced in the south of Sweden. However, no measures are taken to counteract effects of climate change in Swedish national parks
Finally the study shows that to save species from mass extinction the Swedish government should introduce new innovative methods to prevent the negative effects climate change will have on the environment, but also try and reduce the anthropogenic stress factors such as habitat-loss and fragmentation.},
  author       = {Eriksson, Daniel},
  keyword      = {National parks,climate change,klimatförändring,nationalparker,stressfaktorer,ekosystemsförändring},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Klimatförändringens påverkan av skyddade områden - En studie om svenska nationalparker och dess påverkan av en klimatförändring.},
  year         = {2013},
}