Global Climate Change
Sharon L. Spray, Karen Leah McGlothlin
Rowman & Littlefield, 2002 - Science - 174 pages
This collection of essays is designed to introduce students to the topic of global climate change from multidisciplinary perspectives. It begins with the premise that global warming is occurring and climate change poses a threat to our natural environment and the health of future generations. The contributors approach the topic with the belief that the more knowledgeable students are about the topic, the better equipped they will be for meeting the challenge of changing global climate.
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