o C A \ BOOK REVIEWS SCIENC E INTO POLICY: GLOBAL LESSONS FROM ANTARCTICA Paul Arthur Berkman, 2002, 252 pp., $59.95, hardbound, Academic Press, ISBN 0-I2-09I560-X ntarctica is a driver of the world's climate and tic marine ecology and policy for man y years and Sci- has a key role in regulating the Earth's environ- ence into Policy is patterne d after this course. Included Amental systems—atmosphere, ocean, tides, and with the book is the Antarctic Treaty Searchable Da- sea levels. As an integral part of the global climate sys- tabase: 1959-1999 CD-ROM. This database is an in- tem, Antarctica both influences, and is influenced by, formation-management tool for searching any aspect global changes. Its preservation is therefore vital to the of the Antarctic Treaty System, including the recom- health of the Earth and any impacts to Antarctica's en- mendations , measures, decisions, resolutions, an- vironment could have global effects. The preservation nexes, conventions, protocol, and articles that have of Antarctica's environmental and fragile ecosystem, been adopted by the international community during the open and free exchange of scien- the first 40 years of the Antarctic Treaty System. This tific knowledge, and international co- book is useful for exploring
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