Anthropogenic climate change in Israel

Lucy Michaels, Pinhas Alpert

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Abstract

CLIMATE AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL records from the last ten thousand years show that there has always been significant climate variability in the East Mediterranean (Issar and Zohar 2004). As we enter the twenty-first century, however, Israel's climate is entering a new period of uncertainty. Over the last forty years, the unexpected ways in which humans influence the climate have become increasingly evident. This chapter surveys how researchers have come to understand Israel's climate, with a focus on the significant science and policy challenge posed by global warming.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBetween Ruin and Restoration
Subtitle of host publicationAn Environmental History of Israel
PublisherUniversity of Pittsburgh Press
Pages309-333
Number of pages25
ISBN (Electronic)9780822978114
ISBN (Print)9780822962229
StatePublished - 2013

RAMBI Publications

  • rambi
  • Climatic changes -- Israel
  • Environmental policy -- Israel

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