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CLIMATE CHANGE AND OCEAN ACIDIFICATION, Broullón, D., Fontela, M., Padín, X.A. and Pérez., F.F

Broullón, D., Fontela, M., Padín, X.A. and Pérez., F.F – Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas, CSIC, SPAIN pp. 49-66   |  Article Number: 4 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the greenhouse gas which ultimately causes ocean acidification. Oceans have approximately absorbed up to 30% of the released CO2 to the atmosphere since the Industrial Revolution. The incessant increase in thintic Ocean stands out globally due to the high accumulation of anthropogenic CO2…

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CLIMATE CHANGE AND COASTAL MANAGEMENT, Pérez-Arlucea, M.; Alejo, I.; Mendez, G. Nombela, M.A.

Pérez-Arlucea, M.; Alejo, I.; Mendez, G. Nombela, M.A.– Department of Marine Geosciences and Planning. University of Vigo , SPAIN pp. 69-115   |  Article Number: 5 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract The 5th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climatic Change (AR5, IPCC, 2014) suggests that the increase of greenhouse gas emissions from anthropic sources, in the last decades (particularly since 1970), is responsible for the Climate Change. Climate Change has been producing adverse…

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A SEA OF SCIENCE: LEARNING ABOUT THE CLIMATE CHANGE AT THE RIA DEL BURGO

S. Vázquez – Santa Maria del Mar School , SPAIN pp. 158-168   |  Article Number: 9 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract This article summarizes the activities carried out by students and professors of the Santa María del Mar School (Jesuits) in A Coruña within the scope of the European project EduCO2cean, co-funded by ERASMUS + from the hand of the IES Virxe do Mar de Noia (A Coruña), University of Vigo, the Portuguese Association…

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THE INVOLVMENT OF THE STUDENTS IN THE EDUCO2CEAN-ERASMUS+ CAMP AND TEACHER’S SEMINAR FOR AN ACCURATE AND MULTIDISCIPLINAR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION ON GLOBAL CHANGE

A. Alonso, A. García, M.A. Dix, T. Lago, F. Rodríguez – Climántica, SPAIN pp. 133-145  |  Article Number: 7 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract The EduCO2cean-Erasmus+ Camp joins together students and teachers from different countries in order to generate educative responses to the challenge of anthropogenic global change, defending the student as an effective bridge between science and society. During the present article, the different strategies and methodologies which are followed during this Camp…

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GLOBAL CHANGE AND MARINE ECOSYSTEMS, E. Marañón, M. Lastra, C. Sobrino

E. Marañón, M. Lastra, C. Sobrino –  Departament of Ecology and Animal Biology, University of Vigo, SPAIN pp. 1-19   |  Article Number: 1 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract  Human activities are causing, among other impacts, the warming and the decrease of the pH of surface oceanic waters, as well as an increase in nutrient inputs to the coast zone. These processes of anthropogenic global change have the potential to induce biological responses in marine…

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CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION – MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY, M. Davidson

M. Davidson– The Environmental Research Institute, University of the Highlands and Islands pp. 116-132  |  Article Number: 6 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract The chapter will focus on marine renewable energy, identified as wave and tidal energy. There chapter will be split between the two marine energy resources with a final section focussing on the role marine renewable energy has in climate change mitigation. The wave section of the chapter will explore how ocean…

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CLIMÁNTICA IBEROAMERICA 2019 PROJECT AT COSTA RICA, AN INTERCULTURAL OPPORTUNITY FOR LEARNING AT GLOBAL SCALE

M.Ochoa, E. Rico, R. M. Catalá, J. Ríos  y  C. Puchet, Colegio Madrid, México pp. 146-157   |  Article Number: 8 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract In this work we present the first advances of a joint proposal related to the organization of the Virtual Congress and the Climántica Iberoamerica Camp 2019, which will be held in Costa Rica in March next year. As background we present a brief summary of Colegio Madrid´s participation in…

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CLIMATE CHANGE – AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES, A. COram

CLIMATE CHANGE – AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES, A. Coram, UK pp. 47-66  |  Article Number: 3 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract This article considers the current and future effects of climate change on marine food production. Case studies relevant to the North Atlantic are used to highlight key topics, and bring broad-scale issues into focus with local or regional examples. The main oceanographic aspects of climate change (global temperature changes, changes in ocean composition/acidity and…

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CLIMATE CHANGE AT DIFERENT TIME LEVELS, Francés, G., Mena, A. & Diz, P.

Francés, G., Mena, A. & Diz, P. – Marine Geoscience department and faculty of Marine Science, University of Vigo , SPAIN pp. 20-46   |  Article Number: 2 Published Online: June, 2018 Abstract Global climate is the result of a complex interaction of different variables of the climate system, made up by atmosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere, cryosphere and biosphere. These elements are suffering alterations through time that lead to many climate changes along history, and these…

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Theatre as an educational tool, I. Maquieira & C. Maquieira

I. Maquieira – Collaborator on Theatre at Climántica C. Maquieira – IES Virxe do Mar pp. 5-44  |  Article Number: 3 Published Online: February, 2018 Abstract  Theatre is bound to play a fundamental role in the field of education, not only from the student perspective, but also within the context of the classroom itself. Keywords Theatre, tool, classroom  …

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