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Changing the Global Environment Perspectives on Human Involvement

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Edited By: Daniel Botkin, Margriet Caswell, John Estes and Angelo Orio
Publisher: Academic Press
Changing the Global Environment
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  • Changing the Global Environment ISBN: 9780121187316 Paperback Dec 1989 Out of Print #8210
  • Changing the Global Environment ISBN: 9780121187309 Hardback Dec 1989 Out of Print #4407
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Man has caused more environmental change in the last few centuries than has occurred in the last million years. This is a series of essays which look at the problems facing us into the next century, and examines possible solutions.

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Out of Print
Edited By: Daniel Botkin, Margriet Caswell, John Estes and Angelo Orio
Publisher: Academic Press
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