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Hothouse Earth: The Greenhouse Effect and Gaia

by John Gribbin

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This book examines global warming as a result of human activities against a broader background of natural climatic processes. John Gribbin explains why the world is getting warmer, what the change in temperature and rainfall patterns will mean for human society, and what can and must be one to slow the pace of these changes. Solidly grounded on the latest scientific research and data, this comprehensive guide to the greenhouse effect will remain up-to-date and pertinent right into the next decade.
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Examines global warming as a result of human activities against a background of natural climatic processes.

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