Global Warming Unchecked: Signs to Watch for

Indiana University Press, 1993 - 186 Seiten
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"This enlightening book will make a hot day at the beach something to really think about." --Booklist

"Essential reading for those who care about humanity's future," --Ata Qureshi, Director, Global Environmental Programs, Climate Institute

A "field guide" to the greenhouse effect, Global Warming Unchecked focuses on the near-term changes in weather patterns we can watch for now as indicators of global warming. Bernard warns of the converging crises of climate and energy in the U.S. Unless the U.S. acts now to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, it will not be able to forestall the looming climatic catastrophe. But does it have the courage and foresight to do so?


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PART II Greenhouse Gases Climate Models
How Do We Know Whats Going to Happen?
Crocodiles in New York
The United States
The Great Plains and Midwest
The East and South
Climate and Energy
Is There Any Hope?
Signs to Watch For

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Autoren-Profil (1993)

HAROLD W. BERNARD, Jr., received his degree in Atmospheric Science from the University of Washington. A past president of Boston-area chapters of the National Weather Association and American Meteorological Society, Bernard is a member of the Climate Institute, a senior weather officer in the Air Force Reserve, and Vice-President of DBS Associates, Inc., and Impact Weather, Inc. He is the author of four other books, including The Greenhouse Effect and Weather Watch.

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