Climate Literacy: The Essential Principles of Climate Sciences

2d ed. U.S. Climate Change Science Program, dist. by Diane Pub. 2009. 17p. illus. SuDoc # PREX23.2:L71. pap. $15


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This resource provides authoritative information on long-term climatic cycles, their effects on human societies, and strategies for mitigating global wanning and dealing with its effects. The authors skillfully explain why evidence indicating that Earth's temperature is rising can be trusted. This colorful guide enhances one's knowledge of this complex topic.




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2009 - Selection(s)