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READINGS Book Reievsw CO Rising: The W ORld’s gR ea Tes T e nvi ROnmen Tal Challenge Tyler Volk, 2008, 223 pp., $22.95, hardbound, The MIT Press, ISBN 978-0-262-22083-5 n the past few years, a sea change has taken place application in the context of the global carbon cycle is in the United States and the world in the public’s unprecedented and refreshing. He traced these atoms I perception of climate cha nge, which has been from limestone to bicarbonate dissolved in the ocean, followed by calls for action on climate change by to an oak leaf, to a glass of beer, to a lion, to a rice grain reducing carbon dioxide (CO ) emissions, with wide- in Bangladesh, and to bacteria in the body. ranging environmental, energy, economic, societal, This is a short book, but packed with information, and political implications. Accompanying consisting of 10 chapters: (1) “Introducing this change, a slew of popular science books the CO molecule and its carbon atom”; on climate change has been published. Most (2) “From a molecule in beer to the great of these books have focused on explaining cycle of carbon in the biosphere”; (3) “The t he physica l science http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Book Reievsw CO Rising: The W ORld’s gR ea Tes T e nvi ROnmen Tal Challenge Tyler Volk, 2008, 223 pp., $22.95, hardbound, The MIT Press, ISBN 978-0-262-22083-5 n the past few years, a sea change has taken place application in the context of the global carbon cycle is in the United States and the world in the public’s unprecedented and refreshing. He traced these atoms I perception of climate cha nge, which has been from limestone to bicarbonate dissolved in the ocean, followed by calls for action on climate change by to an oak leaf, to a glass of beer, to a lion, to a rice grain reducing carbon dioxide (CO ) emissions, with wide- in Bangladesh, and to bacteria in the body. ranging environmental, energy, economic, societal, This is a short book, but packed with information, and political implications. Accompanying consisting of 10 chapters: (1) “Introducing this change, a slew of popular science books the CO molecule and its carbon atom”; on climate change has been published. Most (2) “From a molecule in beer to the great of these books have focused on explaining cycle of carbon in the biosphere”; (3) “The t he physica l science

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 2010

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