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Mountain regions are a key issue at global scale, their importance having been recognized at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (Rio de Janeiro, 1992) and further underlined by designating the year 2002 as International Year of Mountains (IYM). The global warming put critical challenges to mountain environment and related ecosystem services as mountain regions proved to be particularly vulnerable to climatic fluctuations. From many perspectives, the Carpathian Mountains have a decisive role for the Central and South Eastern Europe, shaping the landscape, or influencing the culture and human development. This book tackles mainly the climate characteristics and the observed trends in the Romanian Carpathians (1961–2010), but it also presents estimations regarding the climate projections through the next decades (2021–2050). It is designed to address the needs constantly expressed by a large variety of users, from students and mass media to policy makers, land planning actors, water managers, and economic operators.
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- Chapter 1