Impactos climáticos em ecossistemas costeiros

Autores

  • Reinaldo Dias Pesquisador associado IBRACHINA/IBRAWORK Autor

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.61411/rsc202420517

Palavras-chave:

Impactos ambientais. Ecossistemas costeiros. Mudanças climáticas.

Resumo

Os ecossistemas costeiros, com a sua rica biodiversidade e papéis socioeconômicos vitais, estão cada vez mais ameaçados pelas alterações climáticas. Esta revisão abrangente investiga os impactos multifacetados das alterações climáticas nesses habitats frágeis, examinando dimensões ecológicas e centradas nos seres humanos. As mudanças induzidas pelo clima, como o aumento do nível do mar e a acidificação dos oceanos, têm efeitos reverberantes que vão desde a degradação direta do habitat até ramificações socioeconômicas mais amplas. Observações significativas incluem a vulnerabilidade pronunciada de ecossistemas como manguezais, estuários e restingas entre outros, que simultaneamente oferecem serviços ecossistêmicos inestimáveis e desempenham papéis cruciais na mitigação do clima. Há necessidade de soluções adaptativas, interdisciplinares e globalmente colaborativas, considerando como insuficientes as abordagens reativas. Priorizar estratégias holísticas, integrativas e com visão de futuro é primordial. Destaque aos caminhos potenciais para a resiliência, enfatizando a importância da cooperação internacional e da harmonização de iniciativas científicas, políticas e comunitárias. Esta revisão visa não apenas elucidar os desafios atuais, mas também desencadear um impulso coletivo para salvaguardar os ecossistemas costeiros diante dos crescentes desafios climáticos.

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2024-01-26

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DIAS, Reinaldo. Impactos climáticos em ecossistemas costeiros. Revista Sociedade Científica, [S. l.], v. 7, n. 1, p. 426–454, 2024. DOI: 10.61411/rsc202420517. Disponível em: https://journal.scientificsociety.net/index.php/sobre/article/view/205.. Acesso em: 24 fev. 2024.