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Book Reviews Image 2.0: integrated Modeling of Global method for anticipating how particular human actions Climate Change. Joseph Alcamo, Ed. 1 994 . 32 8 pp. will affect the climate and ecology of earth. $128.00 . Hardbound. Kluwer Academic Publishers. IMAGE 2.0: Integrated Modeling of Global Cli- ISB N 0-7923-2860-4. mate Change is a collection of nine papers describ- ing a model under development by the project on mod- Two drovers, commuting home after delivering eling global climate change of the National Institute cattle to Abilene in 1868, camp on the open prairie. of Public Health and Environmental Protection, the They do not worry that the tracks they make, their Netherlands. The goal of this model is to calculate the campfire, or eating a few rabbits for dinner may have response of the global climate system over time to a lasting effect on the prairie. The prairie seems vast, inputs of economic, technological, and demographic they are only two, and they will not return this way data plus control policies that may be applied within for at least a year. They use whatever resources they the model to test their effect on the climate system. find along the trail freely with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
ISSN
1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-77.3.569
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Image 2.0: integrated Modeling of Global method for anticipating how particular human actions Climate Change. Joseph Alcamo, Ed. 1 994 . 32 8 pp. will affect the climate and ecology of earth. $128.00 . Hardbound. Kluwer Academic Publishers. IMAGE 2.0: Integrated Modeling of Global Cli- ISB N 0-7923-2860-4. mate Change is a collection of nine papers describ- ing a model under development by the project on mod- Two drovers, commuting home after delivering eling global climate change of the National Institute cattle to Abilene in 1868, camp on the open prairie. of Public Health and Environmental Protection, the They do not worry that the tracks they make, their Netherlands. The goal of this model is to calculate the campfire, or eating a few rabbits for dinner may have response of the global climate system over time to a lasting effect on the prairie. The prairie seems vast, inputs of economic, technological, and demographic they are only two, and they will not return this way data plus control policies that may be applied within for at least a year. They use whatever resources they the model to test their effect on the climate system. find along the trail freely with

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 1996

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