Human Impacts on Weather and Climate (William house gases in the nation and will face tougher policy R. Cotton and Roger A. Pielke, 1995,288 pp., $24.95, changes than other states. Texas will also face severe paperbound, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0- environmental changes, such as loss of coastal areas 521-49929-1). With increasing evidence of climate and an increase of desertification of the semiarid areas changes, both regionally and globally, Cotton and of the state. Chapters within this book were contrib- Pielke explore how human activity can have an impact uted by members of the task force. Topics include on weather and climate and if the impact can be climate change and the changing climate of Texas, measured. The book is divided into three parts: "The greenhous e gas emissions, water resources, Rise and Fall of the Science of Weather Modification biodiversity, agriculture, economy, and policy options. by Cloud Seeding," "Human Impacts on Regional Weather and Climate," and "Human Impacts on Glo- Physical Principles of Flow in Unsaturated Porous bal Climate." Originally published in 1992 by *ASTeR Media (Clinton M. Case, 1994, 383 pp., $75.00, Press, Cambridge University Press has released it clothbound, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19- with a
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