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Global Warming and Biological Diversity

Edited By: RL Peters and TE Lovejoy
390 pages, 140 illus
Global Warming and Biological Diversity
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  • Global Warming and Biological Diversity ISBN: 9780300059304 Paperback Mar 1994 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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  • Global Warming and Biological Diversity ISBN: 9780300050561 Hardback Dec 1992 Out of Print #16512
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Discusses the consequences of global warming for ecosystems, by looking at the effects of previous climate changes, at the interactions between various environmental components (eg: rain, soil chemistry) and the effects of human activities such as deforestation.

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Edited By: RL Peters and TE Lovejoy
390 pages, 140 illus
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