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Author Balling, Robert C.
Title The heated debate : greenhouse predictions versus climate reality / by Robert C. Balling, Jr. ; introduction by Aaron Wildavsky.
Imprint San Francisco, Calif. : Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, [1992]
©1992

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  QC981.8.C5 B35 1992    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  QC981.8.C5 B35 1992    AVAILABLE  
Author Balling, Robert C.
Subject Climatic changes.
Greenhouse gases -- Environmental aspects.
Description 195 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction to the greenhouse effect -- The exponential increase in greenhouse gases -- The numerical models of global climate -- Observed global-scale climate change -- Observed hemispheric and latitudinal climate change -- Greenhouse effects in the United States? -- Aerosol sulfate : the missing link? -- Implications for responsible policy.
ISBN 0936488476 : $21.95
OCLC # 24378916
Table of Contents
 List of Figures 
 List of Tables 
 Introduction / Aaron Wildavsky 
1Introduction to the Greenhouse Effect1
2The Exponential Increase in Greenhouse Gases17
3The Numerical Models of Global Climate33
4Observed Global-Scale Climate Change47
5Observed Hemispheric and Latitudinal Climate Change83
6Greenhouse Effects in the United States?97
7Aerosol Sulfate - The Missing Link?119
8Implications for Responsible Policy133
 Epilogue149
 Bibliography153
 Index183
 About the Author197


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