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10 edition of The climate of the earth found in the catalog.

The climate of the earth

by Paul E. Lydolph

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Published by Roman & Allanheld in Totowa, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Climatology

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul E. Lydolph ; Don and Denise Temple, cartographers.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC981 .L93 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 386 p. :
    Number of Pages386
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2855593M
    ISBN 100865981191
    LC Control Number84018081

      “The news is not good on planet Earth,” writes Moore in the introduction to this book, a compilation of discussions about climate change from critical scholars. “The work of this book is to encourage a debate—and to nurture a perspective—that moves beyond Green Arithmetic: the idea that our histories may be considered and narrated by. In this book, Dr. Singer explores the inaccuracies in historical climate data, the limitations of attempting to model climate on computers, solar variability and its impact on climate, the effects of clouds, ocean currents, and sea levels on global climate, and factors that could mitigate any human impacts on world climate.

      As you work through the lessons, you will learn more about weather and climate patterns, their causes and the impacts that they have on life on Earth. You will get a sense of how the Earth's systems, such as wind and ocean currents, distribute incoming solar energy around the planet, making Earth habitable for a broad range of life.   “It is spread before us like the pages of an open book in which we can read why the land is what it is, and why we should preserve its integrity. Here is your guide to Earth’s climate.

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