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Global Environmental Change An Atmospheric Perspective by John Horel, Jack Geisler

Global Environmental Change An Atmospheric Perspective



Global Environmental Change An Atmospheric Perspective by John Horel, Jack Geisler

This text focuses on the atmosphere and how it works as a global entity to maintain a given global climate or ozone shield and how it is influenced by human activity. A complete reference for students of environmental science and related fields, it introduces aspects of global change from a meteorological perspective. An accompanying guide to the Internet helps keep readers up to date on the latest information in the field.

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Publication date

4th November 1996


John Horel, Jack Geisler

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John Wiley and Sons (WIE) an imprint of John Wiley and Sons Ltd


160 pages


Environmental science, engineering & technology
Climate change
Meteorology & climatology



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