Q&A................asks PE readers whether they believe climate change exists

April 2003
Professional Engineering;4/16/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p20
Trade Publication
Presents the result of a survey conducted among readers of the journal 'Professional Engineering' on climate change. Explanation of the rise in sunshine and temperature; Belief of respondents regarding the existence of global warming; Impact of big dams on ecosystem in the world.


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