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Paul J. Crutzen and the Anthropocene A New Epoch in Earth’s History

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Series: The Anthropocene Volume: 1
By: Susanne Benner(Editor), Gregor Lax(Editor), Paul J Crutzen(Editor), Ulrich Pöschl(Editor), Jos Lelieveld(Editor), Hans Günter Brauch(Editor), Klaus Töpfer(Foreword By), Jürgen Renn(Preface By)
605 pages, 106 colour & 17 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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  • Paul J. Crutzen and the Anthropocene ISBN: 9783030822019 Paperback Dec 2021 Available for pre-order : Due Dec 2021
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This book outlines the development and perspectives of the Anthropocene concept by Paul J. Crutzen and his colleagues from its inception to its implications for the sciences, humanities, society and politics.

The main text consists primarily of articles from peer-reviewed scientific journals and other scholarly sources. It comprises selected articles on the Anthropocene published by Paul J. Crutzen and a selection of related articles, mostly but not exclusively by colleagues with whom he collaborated closely.
 

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Coming Soon
Series: The Anthropocene Volume: 1
By: Susanne Benner(Editor), Gregor Lax(Editor), Paul J Crutzen(Editor), Ulrich Pöschl(Editor), Jos Lelieveld(Editor), Hans Günter Brauch(Editor), Klaus Töpfer(Foreword By), Jürgen Renn(Preface By)
605 pages, 106 colour & 17 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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