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Edited By: TS Driver and GP Chapman
275 pages, Figs, tabs
Time is an unstated but ever present element in all debates about environmental change - and the subtext of many disagreements. Geomorphologists think in the context of millions of years; politicians in election terms; the media in decades; and the `public' can cease to think about global warming with one bad summer. This book brings together experts from a diverse range of disciplines, to offer a fascinating range of both temporal and geographical perspectives.
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