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Title: Climate Change Impact Assessment in Taiwan
Authors: Liu, C.M.
S.H. Lin
S. H. Schneider
T. L. Root
K.T. Lee
P.F. Lee
C.Y. Ko
C.R. Chiou
H.J. Lin
C.f. Dai
K.T. Shao
W.C. Huang
H.S. Lur
Y. Shen
C.C. King
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋生物研究所
Keywords: impact assessment
climate change
Date: 2012
Issue Date: 2018-04-23T07:02:56Z
Publisher: Climate Change
Abstract: Abstract: Climatic warming is discernible in Taiwan, as evidenced by a warming rate of 1.1-1.6°C/century, a clear trend of a continuous increase in days without rain and a steady increase in the yearly contribution of heavy rainfall to the annual precipitation total. Devastating disasters associated with record-breaking rainfalls have put Taiwan in a vulnerable position and now Taiwan faces the challenges of intensified typhoon intrusions and steady sea level rise. Ecological systems can detect such changes and are expected to be widely affected by such changes. Fisheries have been suffering because valuable cold-water fish stocks have retreated northward. Therefore, fishers are adapting to profit, using species that come from the southern warm oceans. Agricultural practices have also been changing, but the harvest is disturbed by droughts and typhoon damages. The future of water resource management will rely on a successful transition from the current water-dependent industry to a less water-dependent society. In recent years, adaptation strategies and action plans have been proposed, but Taiwan is still far from strengthening its resilience to climate change and lowering its vulnerability.
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/46048
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