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Climate: The Force that Shapes Our World – And the Future of Life on Earth

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By: George Ochoa(Author), Jennifer Hoffman(Author), Tina Tin(Author)
288 pages, colour photos, maps
Publisher: Macmillan
Climate: The Force that Shapes Our World – And the Future of Life on Earth
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  • Climate: The Force that Shapes Our World – And the Future of Life on Earth ISBN: 9781405087827 Hardback Oct 2005 Out of Print #155427
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Spectacular state-of-the-art imagery and the latest scientific knowledge highlight a breathtaking guide to nature's most cataclysmic forces. Encyclopedic in scope and visually stunning, this is the most comprehensive work ever published on the earth's climate.

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Jennie Hoffman is a marine biologist and World Wildlife Fund consultant. She specialises in larval ecology, the effects of ultraviolet radiation and the design of protected landscapes. Tina Tin is a World Wildlife Fund affiliated climate scientist. She specializes in the impact of climate change in the polar regions.

Popular Science Out of Print
By: George Ochoa(Author), Jennifer Hoffman(Author), Tina Tin(Author)
288 pages, colour photos, maps
Publisher: Macmillan
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