4 edition of Earth system science in the anthropocene found in the catalog.
Earth system science in the anthropocene
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Other titles||Emerging issues and problems|
|Statement||Eckart Ehlers, Thomas Krafft (editors) ; in collaboration with C. Moss (linguistic editing)|
|Contributions||Ehlers, Eckart, Krafft, Thomas|
|LC Classifications||GE149 .E27 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||2005927790|
Summary. Anthropocene has become an environmental buzzword. It denotes a new geological epoch that is human‐dominated. As mounting scientific evidence reveals, humankind has fundamentally altered atmospheric, geological, hydrological, biospheric, and other Earth system processes to an extent that the risk of an irreversible system change emerges. Book Description. The Anthropocene is a concept which challenges the foundations of humanities scholarship as it is traditionally understood. It calls not only for closer engagement with the natural sciences but also for a synthetic approach bringing together insights from the various subdisciplines in the humanities and social sciences which have addressed themselves to ecological questions.
When humanity first glimpsed planet Earth from space, the unity of the system that supports humankind entered the popular consciousness. The concept of the Earth's atmosphere, biosphere, oceans, soil, and rocks operating as a closely interacting system has rapidly gained ground in science. This new field, involving geographers, geologists, biologists, oceanographers, and atmospheric physicists. Lately the Earth system scientists had come to prefer the start of the so-called “great acceleration”, the years following the second world war when the collective actions of humans suddenly Author: Nicola Davison.
Humans have become so powerful that we have disrupted the functioning of the Earth System as a whole, bringing on a new geological epoch – the Anthropocene – one in which the serene and clement conditions that allowed civilisation to flourish are disappearing and we quail before 'the wakened giant'. The emergence of a conscious creature capable of using technology to bring about a 3/5(1). Earth System Science in the Anthropocene: Emerging Issues and Problems | Eckart Ehlers, Thomas Krafft (Eds.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.
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Earth System Science in the Anthropocene aims to provide an in-depth perspective and update on special topics in Global Environmental Change in relation to Human Security. It gives an overview on the new Joint Projects of the four International Global Change Programmmes and.
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Format: Hardcover. Science – CrossRef Google Scholar Schellnhuber HJ () ‘Earth system’ analysis and the second Copernican revolution. Nature C19–C23 CrossRef Google Scholar. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations, maps, 37 figure, 10 table ; 25 cm: Contents: Global change research in the anthropocene: introductory remarks / W.
Mauser --Managing global change: Earth system science in the anthropocene / E. Ehlers / T. Krafft --"anthropocene" / P. Crutzen --Sustainability science / J. Jager --What about. 2 days ago Introduction. This review is a critique of Facing the Anthropocene: Fossil Capitalism and the Crisis of the Earth System by Ian review adopted a multi-theoretical framework that combines insights from socio-cognitive terminology theory (STT), legitimation code theory (LCT) and critical discourse analysis (CDA) to respond to some Earth system science in the anthropocene book and a proposal discussed in the book.
The idea of the Anthropocene was conceived by Earth System scientists to capture the very recent rupture in Earth history arising from the impact of human activity on the Earth System as a whole.(1,2).
Clive Hamilton, in Encyclopedia of Ecology (Second Edition), Abstract. The Anthropocene is a proposed new epoch to be added to the Geological Time Scale describing the very recent rupture in the functioning of the Earth System as a whole arising from the impact of human activity.
The kinds of human activity capable of disrupting the Earth System have to be separated from those that. Science tells us that a new and dangerous stage in planetary evolution has begun—the Anthropocene, a time of rising temperatures, extreme weather, rising oceans, and mass species extinctions.
Humanity faces not just more pollution or warmer weather, but a crisis of the Earth System. If business as. “Our planet has entered the Anthropocene – a new geological epoch when humanity’s influence is causing global climate change, the loss of wild spaces, and a drastic decline in the richness of life.
The Anthropocene (/ æ n ˈ θ r ɒ p. ə ˌ s iː n,-ˈ θ r ɒ p. oʊ-/ ann-THROP-ə-seen, - THROP-oh-) is a proposed geological epoch dating from the commencement of significant human impact on Earth's geology and ecosystems, including, but not limited to, anthropogenic climate change.
As of Februaryneither the International Commission on Stratigraphy (ICS) nor the International. In line with the Enlightenment's scientific episteme (cf. Reith, ), Earth System Science harbours an inherent confidence that a better understanding of the effects of the ‘human plundering of the Earth's resources’ (Crutzen and Steffen, ) will lift veils of ignorance and allow mankind to enter a more mature stage of the Anthropocene Cited by: Earth System Science in the Anthropocene: Emerging Issues and Problems - Kindle edition by Ehlers, Eckart, Krafft, Thomas, Moss, C.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Earth System Science in the Anthropocene: Emerging Issues and cturer: Springer. Get this from a library. Earth system science in the anthropocene.
[Eckart Ehlers; Thomas Krafft;] -- Earth System Science in the Anthropocene aims to provide an in-depth perspective and update on special topics in Global Environmental Change in relation to Human Security.
It gives an overview on the. A proposal to reframe the Anthropocene as an age of actual and emerging coexistence with earth system variability, encompassing both human dignity and environmental sustainability. Is this the Anthropocene, the age in which humans have become a geological force, leaving indelible signs of their activities on the earth.
The narrative of the Anthropocene so far is characterized by extremes. I’m very pleased to announce that my new book, Facing the Anthropocene: Fossil Capitalism and the Crisis of the Earth System, will be published soon by Monthly Review Press. Here is the publisher’s description: “Science tells us that a new and dangerous stage in planetary evolution has begun—the Anthropocene, a time of rising temperatures, extreme weather, rising oceans and mass.
The Global Water System in the Anthropocene provides the platform to present global and regional perspectives of world-wide experiences on the responses of water management to global change in order to address issues such as variability in supply, increasing demands for water, environmental flows and land use helps to build links between science and policy and practice in the area of.
Goal: The Anthropocene concept is a multileveled approach, based on 1) anthropogenic changes in the Earth System level; 2) its imprint and manifestation in geological sediments, possibly demanding.
In their view, the “Anthropos” of the Anthropocene is well on the way to mastering the Earth system. A middle ground between these positions hardly seems to exist. Into this fray comes Jürgen Renn, a polymath historian of science, whose research has careened from ancient Chinese mechanics to Einstein's theory of gravitation to contemporary Author: Deborah R.
Coen. Earth System Governance stands out as the most comprehensive, best integrated, and most advanced review of earth system governance research to date. International Studies Review Frank Biermann's book is an imaginative must-read on the challenges of earth system governance–a book about a.
The Anthropocene trope foregrounds an Earth system approach, which, for its part, derives from Earth system science . This approach has already guided reforms in other social science domains.
Earth system governance is a recently developed paradigm that builds on earlier notions of environmental policy and nature conservation, but puts these into the broader context of human-induced transformations of the entire earth system. The integrative new paradigm of earth system governance has evolved into an active research area that brings together a variety of social science disciplines.Managing Global Change: Earth System Science in the Anthropocene.- The “Anthropocene”.- Sustainability Science.- What about Complexity of Earth Systems?.- Global Change and Human Security.- Climate Change, New Weather Extremes and Climate Policy.- Assessing Human Vulnerability to Global Climatic Change.- Fire Ecology of the Recent Brand: Eckart Ehlers.
The “stratigraphy versus Earth System science” theme doesn’t dominate The Birth of the Anthropocene, which does an excellent job of presenting the deep time approach to global change.
But when it comes to the implications of the Anthropocene for contemporary environmental movement politics, an “anti-anthropocentric” approach that.