⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'land use change' von Englisch nach Deutsch
land-use change
Landumlegung {f}
land-use change
Landnutzungs­wandel {m}
land-use change
Landnutzungs­änderung {f}
land-use change
Landumwidmung {f}
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Übersetzung für 'land use change' von Englisch nach Deutsch

land-use change
Landumlegung {f}agr.RealEst.

Landnutzungs­wandel {m}agr.RealEst.

Landnutzungs­änderung {f}agr.RealEst.

Landumwidmung {f}admin.RealEst.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • National emission targets specified in the Kyoto Protocol exclude international aviation and shipping. Kyoto Parties can use land use, land use change, and forestry (LULUCF) in meeting their targets.
  • Analysis of land use change has included a strongly geographical approach which has led to the acceptance of the idea of multifunctional properties of landscapes.
  • These are the "Good Practice Guidance" "and Uncertainty Management in National Greenhouse Gas Inventories" and "Good Practice Guidance for Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry".
  • Upstream land use change such as anti-erosion agricultural practices and hydrological engineering such as dam construction in the basins feeding deltas have reduced river sediment delivery to many deltas in recent decades.
  • Korea's forest was devastated in the 1950s and 1960s due to the Korean War and land use change for industrialization.
  • novemnotata" densities and land-use change.
  • Several studies have shown that sugarcane-based ethanol reduces greenhouse gases by 86 to 90% if there is no significant land use change, and ethanol from sugarcane is regarded the most efficient biofuel currently under commercial production in terms of GHG emission reduction.
  • Professor Henderson-Sellers has been an Earth Systems scientist all her life spearheading the description and prediction of the influence of land-cover and land-use change on climate and human systems.
  • In parts of New Zealand, this species spawning habitat has become degraded due to activities related to agriculture, urbanisation, and land use change.
  • CERs and ERUs from nuclear facilities and from Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry may not be used.
  • However, changes to human influences in the form of land use change, increases in temperatures, and changes to weather patterns have been shown to alter the timing and intensity of stratification in lakes around the globe.
  • Humans have impacted wildfire through climate change, land-use change, and wildfire suppression.
  • Basin models are commonly used in flood forecasting and warning, as well as in analysis of the effects of land use change and climate change.
  • In September 2020 scientists reported that "immediate efforts, consistent with the broader sustainability agenda but of unprecedented ambition and coordination, could enable the provision of food for the growing human population while reversing the global terrestrial biodiversity trends caused by habitat conversion" and recommend measures such as for addressing drivers of land-use change, and for increasing the extent of land under conservation management, efficiency in agriculture and the shares of plant-based diets.
  • and other greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, however the greenhouse gas savings from a number of biofuels have been found to be much less than originally anticipated, as discussed in the article Indirect land use change impacts of biofuels.
  • These include climate change, land use change, habitat loss, invasive species, and overexploitation.
  • Land development puts more emphasis on the expected economic development as a result of the process; "land conversion" tries to focus on the general physical and biological aspects of the land use change.
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