Biological Consequences
of Global Climate Change

Christine A. Ennis, NOAA
and
Nancy H. Marcus, Florida State University

Out of Print

This title is no longer published by University Science Books.  For more information from the copyright holder, please contact:

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UCAR Communications
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"Given the range of material presented in the global warming debate, it's refreshing to see these aspects so simply yet effectively introduced. Although aimed at the undergraduate there's no doubt that a sixth-form pupil could deal easily with the material. These text are extremely useful additions to the debate -- other titles in the series should prove equally illuminating.
--TEG News

The biological consequences of climate change--including temperature, rainfall, UV radiation, and chemical changes in the atmosphere--are explored in this module. Problems, discussion questions, and a glossary are included.

ISBN 0-935702-85-7, 1996, 64 pages, paper

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