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Climate Change 2001: Synthesis Report

Climate Change 2001: Synthesis Report
Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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Edited by: Robert T. Watson, David J. Dokken, Maria Noguer, Paul van der Linden, Cathy Johnson, Jiahua Pan, and the GRID-Arendal Design Studio Core Writing Team: Daniel L. Albritton, Terry Barker, Igor A. Bashmakov, Osvaldo Canziani, Renate Christ, Ulrich Cubasch, Ogunlade Davidson, Habiba Gitay, David Griggs, John Houghton, Joanna House, Zbigniew Kundzewicz, Murari Lal, Neil Leary, Christopher Magadza, James J. McCarthy, John F.B. Mitchell, Jose Roberto Moreira, Mohan Munasinghe, Ian Noble, Rajendra Pachauri, Barrie Pittock, Michael Prather, Richard G. Richels, John B. Robinson, Jayant Sathaye, Stephen Schneider, Robert Scholes, Thomas Stocker, Narasimhan Sundararaman, Rob Swart, Tomihiro Taniguchi, and D. Zhou
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  • Date Published: March 2002
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521807708

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  • The Climate Change 2001 volumes of the Third Assessment Report of the IPCC provide the most comprehensive assessment of climate change since its second report, Climate Change 1995. This Synthesis Report provides a policy-relevant, but not policy-prescriptive, synthesis and integration of information contained within the Third Assessment Report and also draws upon all previously approved and accepted IPCC reports that address a broad range of key policy-relevant questions. For this reason it will be especially useful for policy makers and researchers, and as a main or supplementary student textbook for courses in environmental studies, meteorology, climatology, biology, ecology, and atmospheric chemistry.

    • THE international, impartial summary on all aspects of climate change
    • State-of-the-art analysis, for students and researchers
    • Contains contributions from and is edited by the best international researchers on climate change
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    '… essential reading for anyone interested in global environmental change, either past, present, or future. … These volumes have a deservedly high reputation.' Geological Magazine

    '… for someone who is looking for a comprehensive account of the current state of climate science, and an exhaustive compilation of references to the furious scientific endeavor of the past few years, this volume will be invaluable. It will be a key reference, at least until the next report in the new millennium!' Weather

    '… a wealth of clear, well-organized information that is all in one place … there is much to applaud.' Environment International

    'The Science of Climate Change is a must-read for all researchers - even those who don't study climate. If you want to know what the world's top scientists think about this issue, you have to read this book.' Reaction Times

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    • Date Published: March 2002
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521807708
    • length: 408 pages
    • dimensions: 286 x 224 x 24 mm
    • weight: 1.34kg
    • contains: 107 colour illus. 47 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Summary for policymakers
    Question 1
    Question 2
    Question 3
    Question 4
    Question 5
    Question 6
    Question 7
    Question 8
    Question 9
    Annexe A. Authors and expert reviewers
    Annexe B. Glossary of terms
    Annexe C. Acronyms, abbreviations, and units
    Annexe D. Scientific, technical, and socio-economic questions selected by the panel.

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    Edited by: Robert T. Watson, David J. Dokken, Maria Noguer, Paul van der Linden, Cathy Johnson, Jiahua Pan, and the GRID-Arendal Design Studio Core Writing Team: Daniel L. Albritton, Terry Barker, Igor A. Bashmakov, Osvaldo Canziani, Renate Christ, Ulrich Cubasch, Ogunlade Davidson, Habiba Gitay, David Griggs, John Houghton, Joanna House, Zbigniew Kundzewicz, Murari Lal, Neil Leary, Christopher Magadza, James J. McCarthy, John F.B. Mitchell, Jose Roberto Moreira, Mohan Munasinghe, Ian Noble, Rajendra Pachauri, Barrie Pittock, Michael Prather, Richard G. Richels, John B. Robinson, Jayant Sathaye, Stephen Schneider, Robert Scholes, Thomas Stocker, Narasimhan Sundararaman, Rob Swart, Tomihiro Taniguchi, and D. Zhou

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