416 pages, 4 col maps, figs
Presents the papers from a Workshop held at Woods Hole Research Center in 1992, which explored the implication of the interactions between the biota globally and the warming of the Earth now underway.
"The 23 authoritative papers. . .are aptly enhanced by graphs, tables, and bibliographies." --"Choice
"This book presents a multiauthored review of various aspects of the global carbon cycle, primarily contemporary but also ranging over recent earth history. The book consists of 23 chapters and emphasizes how climate change from increasing greenhouse gases, especially CO2 might affect the carbon cycle and feedbacks on atmospheric carbon dioxide. This focus is indicated by the book's subtitle, 'Will the Warming Feed the Warming?' This book is of unusually high quality for a compilation of workshop papers...[recommended] to anyone who would want to read it as a still largely up-to-date summary of the issues that must be considered to understand the global cazrbon cycle and its response to climate change."--Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
"A colorful, inspiring variety [of topics], fully preserving contrasts among experts. . . .If you wish to learn about the orig
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