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Climate change : turning up the heat / A. Barrie Pittock
Bib ID 3586206
Format BookBook
Author
Pittock, A. Barrie, 1938-
 
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Description London ; Sterling, VA : Earthscan, c2005 
p. cm. 
ISBN 1844073009
Full contents
  • Climate change matters
  • Learning from the past
  • Projecting the future
  • Uncertainty is inevitable, but risk is certain
  • What climate changes are likely?
  • Impacts : why be concerned?
  • Adaptation : living with climate change
  • Mitigation : limiting climate change
  • Climate change in context
  • The politics of greenhouse
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Climatic changes.

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