By: Martin Parry and Timothy Carter
166 pages, Illus, figs
The result of a consensus among more than 30 IPCC scientists this guidebook provides a description of the methods of assessing the effects that may occur as a result of greenhouse gas-induced climate change. The methods reviewed have been adopted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and are recommended by the Panel for implementation by countries as part of their committments under the UN Framework Convention of Climate Change. Case studies from around the world are also presented.
Written by Martin Perry and Timothy Carter -- two lead authors of an important report...a crisp review. -- Local Environment
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