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Climate Change and Cryosphere Disasters

Climate Change and Cryosphere Disasters

Wei Shan1Marten.Geertsema2,Ying Guo3

1.Wei Shan, Institute of Cold Regions Science and Engineering, Northeast Forestry University, China,shanwei456@163.com

2.Marten.Geertsema,Technical advisor to Emergency Management, Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (BC Forest Service) in British Columbia, Canada,Marten.Geertsema@gov.bc.ca

3.Ying Guo,Institute of Cold Regions Science and Engineering, Northeast Forestry University, China,samesongs@163.com


Climate is one of the natural environments on which human beings depend as well as is the basic resource for social and economic development. Affected by natural and human activities, the climate system undergoes changes characterized by warming. The cryosphere is an important part of Earth Critical Zone. The rapid changes of the cryosphere induce various types of disasters, such as landslide, frost collap, thaw slumping etc., which seriously affect the life and property safety of the residents in the affected areas of the cryosphere as well as affect the sustainable development of social economy.

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