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Counting the cost of global warming : a report to the Economic and Social Research Council on research by John Broome and David Ulph / John Broome
Bib ID 2691788
Format BookBook
Author
Broome, John
 
Description Cambridge : White Horse, 1992 
viii, 147 p. : ill. ; 22cm. 
ISBN 1874267014 (cased)
1874267006 (paperback)
Notes

Bibliography: p135-142. - Includes index.

Subjects Climatic changes.  |  Global warming.  |  Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric.
Other authors/contributors Economic and Social Research Council (Great Britain)

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