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Arctic Air Pollution

By: B Stonehouse
Arctic Air Pollution
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  • Arctic Air Pollution ISBN: 9780521093392 Paperback Jan 2009 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Arctic Air Pollution ISBN: 9780521330008 Hardback Mar 1987 Out of Print #1282
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About this book

Arctic atmospheric pollution is now a major international issue. This volume presents the most authoritative review of this increasingly important subject for an audience of both scientists and administrators concerned with worldwide, as well as polar, pollution problems.

Arctic Air Pollution is an edited collection of papers, first presented at a conference held at the Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge in 1985. Building on foundations established at earlier meetings, this volume examines the problem of Arctic air pollution in an integrated, multidisciplinary fashion, with contributions from leading authorities in chemistry, ecology, climatology and epidemiology. To chemists, physicists and climatologists, it presents scientific problems. Ecologists are concerned with environmental threats; medical researchers with potential threats to human health. International lawyers and administrators are concerned with the legal implications of pollutants transferred across continents. Overall hangs the major question; can man-made pollution affect the delicate energy balance of the Arctic, and precipitate major climatic change worldwide?

Paperback re-issue; originally published in 1987 but now out of print.

Contents

Part I. Composition, source areas and transport pathways; Part II. Local, regional, global, ecological and climatic implications; Part III. Health and ecological issues; Part IV. International cooperation and state responsibility; 5. Conclusions; Index.

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