Edited By: JT Houghton, B Callander and S Varney
212 pages, Maps, tables, graphs
Output of the deliberations of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, this assessment focuses on greenhouse gases, radiative forcing of the atmosphere, new developments in climate modelling and model validation, and recent observational data on climate variability and change.
' ! speaks with considerable authority and provides the best available consensus of contemporary scientific opinion on climate change.' Geological Magazine 'Book is well produced, represents an affordable aid for both teachers and students involved with courses on global climate change.' Holocene ' ! an up-to-date review of contemporary thinking on the climate problem, useful for policy makers and those generally concerned about environmental issues, as well as scientists working in the field.' International Journal of Climatology
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