IGU Commission on Historical Monitoring of Environmental Change
Commission UGI sur la géographie historique des changements mondiaux de l'environnement
1992, Washington DC (USA), as a commission of International Geographical Union (IGU). Since 1992, Commission 92 C15. No longer exists.
Develop an international protocol for historical monitoring of environmental changes and driving forces in different places, regions, zones over last centuries and decades; improve the complex reconstructions of ecological situations at past cross-sections by interdisciplinary teams using data from natural and human sources; study setting of ecologic situations in the contexts of spatial organizations.Available with paid subscription only.
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