Effects of Past Global Change on Life (National rating the real from the mythical. Throughout the Research Council, 1995, 250 pp., $49.95, clothbound, seven chapters, the authors support scientific prin- National Academy Press, ISBN 0-309-05127-4). The ciples with figures, references, and spectacular pho- framework of the papers in this volume is based on tographs. Also provided are tips on how to best ob- the earth's geological record. The study of this record serve and photograph these rare and commonplace can help determine the possible impacts of past, optical phenomena. present, and future global changes on the biosphere. The 14 papers in this volume were presented in 1989 The Wonders of the Weather (Bob Crowder, 1995, at a symposium held by the Geological Society of 270 pp., $50.00, paperbound, Australian Government America. Chapters include topics on oxygen and Pro- Publishing Service, ISBN 0-644-35020-2). Although terozoi c evolution, global change leading to this book on basic meteorology and weather forecast- biodiversity crisis in a greenhouse world, mass extinc- ing has a strong Australian slant, the fundamentals of tion, tropical climate stability, long-term climate the atmosphere, its physics, chemistry, and dynam- change, and changes resulting from the last ice age. ics and
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Published: Jan 1, 1996
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