Observing Global Climate Change

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CRC Press, Jul 15, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 562 pages
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This collaborative book aims to offer a comprehensive introduction to global climate, the way it is currently changing, the role of earth, air and satellite observation and monitoring, and subsequent climate modelling. It focuses on the interaction between natural and anthropogenic human- made change factors. The book emphasizes the importance of capturing climatic data and the use of that data in computer-based climatic modelling.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
M
13
The observed regularities of climate
39
The World Climate Research Programme WCRP
141
Principal climaticallyimportant processes
157
The internal variability of the climatic system
327
External impacts on the climatic system
387
Conclusion
487
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Cracknell, University of Dundee

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