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Global Environmental Change Research Pathways for the Next Decade

By: NRC Committee on Global Change Research
595 pages, 8 col plates, figs, tabs
Global Environmental Change
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  • Global Environmental Change ISBN: 9780309064200 Hardback Sep 1999 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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How can we understand and rise to the environmental challenges of global change? One clear answer is to understand the science of global change, not solely in terms of the processes that control changes in climate and the composition of the atmosphere, but in how ecosystems and human society interact with these changes. In the last two decades of the twentieth century, a number of such research efforts - supported by computer and satellite technology - have been launched. Yet many opportunities for integration remain unexploited, and many fundamental questions remain about the earth's capacity to support a growing human population. This volume encourages a renewed commitment to understanding global change and sets a direction for research in the decade ahead. Through case studies the book explores what can be learned from the lessons of the past 20 years and what are the outstanding scientific questions. Highlights include: research imperatives and strategies for investigators in the areas of atmospheric chemistry, climate, ecosystem studies, and human dimensions of global change; the context of climate change, including lessons to be gleaned from paleoclimatology; and human responses to - and forcing of - projected global change. This book offers a comprehensive overview of global change research to date and provides a framework for answering urgent questions.

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Committee on Global Change Research, National Research Council
By: NRC Committee on Global Change Research
595 pages, 8 col plates, figs, tabs
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