e-books in Climate Change category
by I. Zabel, D. Duggan-Haas, R. Ross - Paleontological Research Institution , 2017
This book includes both the basics of climate change science and perspectives on teaching a subject that has become socially and politically polarized. The focus audience is high school Earth science and environmental science teachers.
by Jeffrey Bennett - Big Kid Science , 2016
Earth's climate is complex, and therefore so are many details of the science of global warming, but the key ideas are understandable to most fourth- and fifth-graders. Indeed, even the more arcane details are usually simple enough ...
by Bharat Raj Singh - InTech , 2015
Global warming has become perhaps the most complicated issue facing world leaders. It is becoming clear that humans have caused most of the warming by releasing heat-trapping gases as we power our modern lives mainly by the burning of fossil fuels.
by Kar Lee - Smashwords , 2012
Why is Climate Change so controversial? Are we running out of oil? Was the burning of Moscow in 2010 a result of Global Warming? This book provides a critical but concise analysis of the evidence of the Global Warming theory and the Peak-Oil claim.
- Wikibooks , 2012
This Wikibook deals with climate change, in particular the recent global warming. The book is really two parts: first, a primer on the science of climate change, and second, a study of societal implications of climate change.
by Peter Moir - BookBoon , 2012
The book introduces the basics about moisture in air, which is the driving force for our weather. The subsequent chapters cover a range of everyday examples showing the impact these weather changes have around our home, garden and workplace.
by Abdel Hannachi - InTech , 2012
This is a general introduction to the popular topic of climate variability. It explores various aspects of climate variability and change from different perspectives, ranging from the low-frequency variability to the adaptation to climate change.
by Darryl Whitford , 2011
The fascinating story of scientific discovery of the cause of global warming and the reticence of scientists and government to accept a different point of view. The discovery was uncovering knowledge of global warming that no one wanted to listen to.
by Thomas R. Karl, at al. - Cambridge University Press , 2009
The report summarizes the impacts of climate change on the US, now and in the future. It focuses on climate change impacts in different regions and on various aspects of society and the economy such as energy, water, agriculture, and health.
by Richard C. J. Somerville - University of California Press , 1998
An authoritative, up-to-date handbook on global change. Written by a scientist for nonscientists, this primer humanizes the great environmental issues of our time - the hole in the ozone layer, the greenhouse effect, acid rain, and air pollution.
by Spencer R. Weart - Harvard University Press , 2008
In an engaging book that reads like a detective story, the author reports the history of global warming theory, including the internal conflicts plaguing the research community and the role government has had in promoting climate studies.