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Climate Change Critical Concepts in Geography and the Environment

Edited By: Frank Chambers
1600 pages, 4 Vol Set
Publisher: Routledge
Climate Change
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Four volume set providing a balanced selection of published papers, making the existing breadth and depth of information in the field available. Volume 1: 'Global Warming': Carbon Dioxide and Climate Change Volume 2: Natural forcing Factors for Climate Change on Timescales 10-1 to 105 years Volume 3: Natural Climate Change: Proxy Climate Data Volume 4: Evaluating Recent and Future Climate Change


Volume 1: 'Global Warming': Carbon Dioxide and Climate Change 1. S. Arrhenius On the Influence of the Carbonic Acid in the Air Upon the Temperature of the Ground Philosophical Magazine [1896] 2. G. S. Callendar The Artificial Production of Carbon Dioxide and its Influence on Temperature Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society [1938] 3. G. S. Callendar Can Carbon Dioxide Influence Climate? Weather [1949] 4. G. N. Plass The Carbon Dioxide Theory of Climate Change Tellus [1956] 5. R. Revelle and H. E. Suess Carbon Dioxide Exchange between Atmosphere and Ocean and the Question of an Increase of Atmospheric CO2 During the Past Decades Tellus [1957] 6. S. Manabe and R. T. Wetherald The Effects of Doubling the CO2 Concentration on the Climate of a General Circulation Model Journal of Atmospheric Sciences [1975] 7. W. S. Broecker Climate Change: Are We on the Brink of a Pronounced Global Warming? Science [1975] 8. T. M. Wigley, P. D. Jones and P. M. Kelly Scenario for a Warm, High-CO2 World Nature [1980] 9. R. Revelle Carbon Dioxide and World Climate Scientific American [1982] 10. N. J. Shackleton, M. A. Hall, J. Line and S. Cang Carbon Isotope Data in Core V19-30 Confirm Reduced Carbon Dioxide Concentration in the Ice Age Atmosphere Nature [1983] 11. J. M Barnola, D. Raynaud, Y. S. Korotkevitch and C. Lorius Vostok Ice Core Provides 160,000 Year Record of Atmospheric CO2 Nature [1987] 12. W. S. Broecker Unpleasant Surprises in the Greenhouse? Nature [1987] 13. W. W. Kellogg Mankind's Impact on Climate: the Evolution of an Awareness Climatic Change [1987] 14. M. Wahlen, D. Allen and B. Beck Initial Measurements of CO2 Concentrations (1530 to 1940 AD) in Air Occluded in the GISP 2 Ice Core from Central Greenland Geophysical Research Letters [1991] 15. F. B. Mudge The Development of the Greenhouse Theory of Global Change from Victorian Times Weather [1997] 16. W. S. Broecker Thermohaline Circulation, the Achilles Heel of Our Climate System. Will Man-Made CO2 Upset the Current Balance? Science [1997] 17. M. Hulme Global Warming Progress in Physical Geography [1999] 18. L. Hughes Biological Consequences of Global Warming: is the Signal already Apparent? Trends in Ecology and Evolution [2000] 19. F. M. Chambers and S. A. Brain Paradigm Shifts in Late-Holocene Climatology? The Holocene [2002] Volume 2: Natural Forcing Factors for Climate Change on Timescales 10-1 to 105 years Part I: Forcing Factors: the Sun 20. G. C. Reid Solar Irradiance Variations and the Global Sea Surface Temperature Record Journal of Geophysical Research [1991] 2

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Edited By: Frank Chambers
1600 pages, 4 Vol Set
Publisher: Routledge
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