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Geosphere-biosphere interactions and climate / edited by Lennart O. Bengtsson, Claus U. Hammer.

Contributor(s): Bengtsson, Lennart | Hammer, Claus U.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001. Description: xvi, 302 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 27 cm.ISBN: 0521782384.Subject(s): ATMOSPHERES | BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES | GREENHOUSE GASES | OZONE DEPLETION | CLIMATIC CHANGES | GLOBAL CLIMATE | AIR SEA INTERFACE | BIOSPHERE | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTHoldings: GRETA POINT: 551.583 GEO
Contents:
Table of Contents: 1. The Antarctic Ozone Hole, a Human- Caused Chemical Instability in the Stratosphere: What Should We Learn from It? / Paul J. Crutzen 2. Feedbacks and Interactions between Global Change, Atmospheric Chemistry, and the Biosphere / M. O. Andreae 3. Atmospheric CO[subscript 2] Variations: Response to Natural and Anthropogenic Earth System Forcings / Inez Fung 4. Modelling and Evaluating Terrestrial Biospheric Exchanges of Water, Carbon Dioxide, and Oxygen in the Global Climate System / Martin Heimann 5. Carbon Futures / Wallace S. Broecker 6. Global Climate Change in the Human Perspective / Stephen H. Schneider 7. Earth System Models and the Global Biogeochemical Cycles / David Schimel 8. The Role of CO[subscript 2], Sea Level, and Vegetation During the Milankovitch-forced Glacial-Interglacial Cycles / Andre Berger 9. Nonlinearities in the Earth System: The Ocean's Role / Thomas F. Stocker 10. Simulations of the Climate of the Holocene: Perspectives Gained with Models of Different Complexity / J. E. Kutzbach 11. Interactions of Climate Change and the Terrestrial Biosphere / Iain Colin Prentice 12. The Record of Paleoclimatic Change and Its Greenhouse Implications / W. R. Peltier 13. Long-Term Stability of Earth's Climate: The Faint Young Sun Problem Revisited / James F. Kasting 14. Physical and Chemical Properties of the Glacial Ocean / J. C. Duplessy 15. Ice Core Records and Relevance for Future Climate Variations / Jean Jouzel 16. Toward a New Approach to Climate Impact Studies / Will Steffen 17. Research Objectives of the World Climate Research Programme / Hartmut Grassl 18. Panel Discussion: Future Research Objectives / Martin Heimann.
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Includes index.

Table of Contents: 1. The Antarctic Ozone Hole, a Human- Caused Chemical Instability in the Stratosphere: What Should We Learn from It? / Paul J. Crutzen 2. Feedbacks and Interactions between Global Change, Atmospheric Chemistry, and the Biosphere / M. O. Andreae 3. Atmospheric CO[subscript 2] Variations: Response to Natural and Anthropogenic Earth System Forcings / Inez Fung 4. Modelling and Evaluating Terrestrial Biospheric Exchanges of Water, Carbon Dioxide, and Oxygen in the Global Climate System / Martin Heimann 5. Carbon Futures / Wallace S. Broecker 6. Global Climate Change in the Human Perspective / Stephen H. Schneider 7. Earth System Models and the Global Biogeochemical Cycles / David Schimel 8. The Role of CO[subscript 2], Sea Level, and Vegetation During the Milankovitch-forced Glacial-Interglacial Cycles / Andre Berger 9. Nonlinearities in the Earth System: The Ocean's Role / Thomas F. Stocker 10. Simulations of the Climate of the Holocene: Perspectives Gained with Models of Different Complexity / J. E. Kutzbach 11. Interactions of Climate Change and the Terrestrial Biosphere / Iain Colin Prentice 12. The Record of Paleoclimatic Change and Its Greenhouse Implications / W. R. Peltier 13. Long-Term Stability of Earth's Climate: The Faint Young Sun Problem Revisited / James F. Kasting 14. Physical and Chemical Properties of the Glacial Ocean / J. C. Duplessy 15. Ice Core Records and Relevance for Future Climate Variations / Jean Jouzel 16. Toward a New Approach to Climate Impact Studies / Will Steffen 17. Research Objectives of the World Climate Research Programme / Hartmut Grassl 18. Panel Discussion: Future Research Objectives / Martin Heimann.

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