A Global Warming Forum: Scientific, Economic, and Legal Overview
A Global Warming Forum: Scientific, Economic, and Legal Overview provides an integrated, thematic approach to major critical aspects of the problem presented by global warming. Scientific issues; economics; natural resource management concerns; and legal, educational, and policy considerations are discussed within the context of arriving at solutions to global warming problems. Data and information is derived from diverse geographic locations, especially in the case history chapters requiring the use of integrated interdisciplinary methods. Graphs and tables are used extensively throughout the text to illustrate key concepts.
A Global Warming Forum: Scientific, Economic, and Legal Overview is an excellent survey for researchers in all areas of geoscience and climate assessment, including geochemistry, oceanography, climatology, and resource management.
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Geochemical Methods to Evaluate Methane Concentrations in Soils
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