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READINGS [{P A n I N r; BOOK REVIEWS CLIMAT E CHANGE : A NATURA L HAZAR D William Kininmonth, 2004,207 pp., $58.00, paperbound, Multi-Science Publishing, ISBN 0-906522-26-9 to external forcing and projections of warming due lobal warming is a topic that often prompts strong feelings, whether from those who believe to future increases in greenhouse gases. Such is not G t human activities are the primary cause or the case. The IPCC assessment of the likely causes of tha those who believe otherwise. In his book Climate past climate change and their projections of future Change: A Natural Hazard, William Kininmonth climate change are largely based on results from leaves no doubt as to where he stands. The tone is comprehensive coupled atmosphere-ocean models, set in the first chapter, which is titled "A Rush to and not simply on the basis of the radiative forcing Judgement," and describes the activities of the In- concept. The radiative forcing concept is a simple tergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). way of understanding the behavior of more complex This chapter ends with the promise that the rest of climate models and, by extension, the real climate the book will show "how the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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[{P A n I N r; BOOK REVIEWS CLIMAT E CHANGE : A NATURA L HAZAR D William Kininmonth, 2004,207 pp., $58.00, paperbound, Multi-Science Publishing, ISBN 0-906522-26-9 to external forcing and projections of warming due lobal warming is a topic that often prompts strong feelings, whether from those who believe to future increases in greenhouse gases. Such is not G t human activities are the primary cause or the case. The IPCC assessment of the likely causes of tha those who believe otherwise. In his book Climate past climate change and their projections of future Change: A Natural Hazard, William Kininmonth climate change are largely based on results from leaves no doubt as to where he stands. The tone is comprehensive coupled atmosphere-ocean models, set in the first chapter, which is titled "A Rush to and not simply on the basis of the radiative forcing Judgement," and describes the activities of the In- concept. The radiative forcing concept is a simple tergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). way of understanding the behavior of more complex This chapter ends with the promise that the rest of climate models and, by extension, the real climate the book will show "how the

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Published: Jan 1, 2006

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