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Climate Change in the Anthropocene

By: Kieran D O’Hara(Editor)
190 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Elsevier
Climate Change in the Anthropocene
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  • Climate Change in the Anthropocene ISBN: 9780128203088 Paperback Mar 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Climate Change in the Anthropocene reviews current science on anthropogenic sources and projections for climatic change. Written in a clear and accessible style, the book covers this rapidly changing field, including the drivers of climate change, the physics and chemistry behind the science of climate change, palaeoclimates, climate variables, a comparison of global warming of 1.5 °C vs 2 °C and the impacts of these climatic changes both at a global and a U.S. regional level. Infographics throughout help to explain concepts in a visual way, providing users with a better understanding of climate change. In addition, the book is ideal for advanced researchers who need to explain the underpinning science of climate change for grant applications and working with policy experts, etc. This is an essential book for anyone whose work is impacted by climate change in the earth and environmental sciences.



Part I
Chapter 1. Our globally changing climate
Chapter 2. Physical drivers of climate change
Chapter 3. Evaluation of climate model performance
Chapter 4. Paleoclimates

Part II
Chapter 5. Climate impacts: US sectors and regions
Chapter 6. Adaptation
Chapter 7. Mitigation

Part III
Chapter 8. 1.5 °C versus 2.0 °C warming
Chapter 9. Getting to net zero by 2050
Chapter 10. Climate engineering


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Dr Kieran O’Hara is a Professor Emeritus from the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Kentucky. O’Hara is a Geologist with more than 25 years of experience researching in and teaching in the Earth and Environmental Sciences, with his research focusing more on structural geology and geochemistry. He has published 30 papers and has recently published books for a variety of audiences on Geology, Climate Change and Environmental Impacts. His areas of research have included the geochemical and structural study of pseudotachylytes and geological evidence of palaeoclimates, including assessing methane levels.

By: Kieran D O’Hara(Editor)
190 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Elsevier
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