Human Impacts on Weather and Climate: Geo- ronmental Information (CEI) conference in December physical Science Series Vol. 2 (William R. Cotton 1991. The conference, which the book was named and Roger A. Pielke, 1992, 288 pp., $39.95, paper- after, was one of the first of its type to connect natural bound, *ASTer Press, ISBN 0-9625986-1-5). The au- and social sciences with ethical considerations in thors present nonmathematical evidence that human relation to global warming. Papers within this book activities are directly impacting the weather and cli- bring together the supply and the demand sides of mate. They review the scientific concepts regarding energy issues and suggest approaches to integrating human impact on weather and climate and consider energy, economic, and social concerns with the en- the entire scientific process including the administra- vironment. tion of science and the political/social interactions. The authors critically evaluate the scientific status of weather Science at the Frontier (Addison Greenwood, 1992, modification by cloud seeding, human impacts on 277 pp., $28.95, hardbound, National Academy Press, regional weather and climate, and human impacts on ISBN 0-309-04592-4). The papers in this book were global climate, which includes the greenhouse gas written and presented by young scientists
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