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Boecker, , Geochemical Perspectives , Volume 7, Number 2. This mini-book is based on material I used in my Carbon Cycle class, taught during the fall semester to graduate and advanced undergraduate students. It contains my view of the role of CO2 in six climate episodes extending from the first two billion years of Earth history to this last one hundred years. Boecker, , Eldigio Press , Taken together, the geologic record permits a strong case to be made that CO2 has driven past climate changes.
But as made clear by the record for the last kyrs, it has not acted alone. Insolation cycles, ocean circulation reorganizations, latitudinal temperature gradients also contributed. Langmuir and W. Broecker Princeton University Press An Introduction to the origin and evolution of Earth, from the Big Bang through the rise of human civilization. It provides and understanding of Earth in its broadest context, as well as a greater appreciation of its possibly rare ability to sustain life over geologic time.
This book was inspired by my much shorter book with the same title. However, it was written entirely by Charlie Langmuir using bits of the original. So in a sense, Broecker is an honorary author. Conkling, R.
Alley, W. Broecker, G. Required reading for decision and policy makers, and businessmen.. Broecker and R. Kunzig Deals with the consequences of global warming and the new technologies providing some hope for the future.
This book was written entirely by Rob Kunzig. It was commissioned by philanthropist Gary Comer. The publisher, Hill and Wang, refused to publish it unless Broecker was senior author. Under the circumstances Broecker gave in to this unfair demand. Fortunately, a British publisher Profile Books put out a paperback edition under the proper authorship, i.
This is a summary of the first-order processes taking place within the sea, that affect its chemistry. Broecker and V. Oversby An Introduction to thermodymics and its application to chemical and isotopic systems in the earth sciences. Wallace S. Newberry Professor. What Drives Glacial Cycles? These same two subjects lie at the core of attempts to come to grips with man-induced global warming. Fossil Fuel CO2 and the Angry Climate Beast Eldigio Press Created as a companion to a Frontiers of Science lecture series at Columbia, this book discusses the fate and climatic consequences of the CO2 produced by burning fossil fuels, and the effect tripled atmospheric CO2 may have on our climate.
It addresses the limitation of current climate models, and looks at different approaches to reducing atmospheric carbon. There is also a powerpoint available of the illustrations in this book. This is a book on glacial climates Wally used to accompany his course on climate change at Columbia. It introduces the student to the basics of paleoclimate reconstruction. Greenhouse Puzzles Eldigio Press W. Tracers in the Sea Eldigio Press W. Broecker and T-H Peng.
A book covering ocean chemical cycles with particular emphasis on carbon and its fellow bioutilized elements.
This book was created as a text for use in Chemical Oceanography.
This book covers all aspects of global warming including its causes, impacts, and engineering solutions. This book also focuses on energy management and conservation strategies for better utilization of energy sources and technologies in various sectors, ranging from industrial to residential as well as transportation. It provides ways of improving energy efficiency at the end use. In order to reduce the negative effects of global warming due to excessive use of fossil fuel technologies, the following alternative technologies are introduced from the engineering perspective: fuel cells, solar power generation technologies, energy recovery technologies, hydrogen energy technologies, wind energy technologies, geothermal energy technologies, and biomass energy technologies. These technologies are presented in detail with novel ideas, modeling studies, systems development, case studies, illustrative examples, pilot and large-scale applications, and many more as what makes this book a unique and special one. Uses exergy analysis as a key methodological tool for system design, analysis, assessment and improvement.
This is a list of climate change books that describe, as a major theme, the effects of human activity on climate change. Non-fiction is an account or representation of a subject which is presented as fact. This presentation may be accurate or not; that is, it can give either a true or a false account of the subject in question. However, it is generally assumed that the authors of such accounts believe them to be truthful at the time of their composition. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This book highlights the importance of the cultural sphere, and in particular literature, in response and discussion with the unprecedented phenomenon known as climate change. Antonia Mehnert turns to a set of contemporary American works of fiction, reading them as a unique response to the challenges of representing climate change. Indeed, a number of challenging traits make climate change a difficult issue to engage with including its slow and long temporal dimension, global scale, scientific controversy, and its disconnect between cause and effect.
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Boecker, , Geochemical Perspectives , Volume 7, Number 2. This mini-book is based on material I used in my Carbon Cycle class, taught during the fall semester to graduate and advanced undergraduate students. It contains my view of the role of CO2 in six climate episodes extending from the first two billion years of Earth history to this last one hundred years. Boecker, , Eldigio Press , Taken together, the geologic record permits a strong case to be made that CO2 has driven past climate changes. But as made clear by the record for the last kyrs, it has not acted alone.
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