Browsing Faculty of Natural Sciences by Subject "Climate change"
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(Annual Reviews, 2004)The Antarctic continent harbors a range of specialized and sometimes highly localized microbial biotopes. These include biotopes associated with desiccated mineral soils, rich ornithogenic soils, glacial and sea ice, ...
Impact of climate change and anthropogenic activities on renewable coastal resources and biodiversity in Nigeria (Academic Journals, 2012)Climates related disaster is greatly human induced warming, leading to substantial fluctuations in earth temperature which is currently a global issue of environmental concern. Human proximity and pressure in and around ...