The Heat Is On

Jannot, Mark
August 2005
Popular Science;Aug2005, Vol. 267 Issue 2, p8
Focuses on the approaches that can be taken to address the issue of climate change. Effects of global warming; Influence of human activities on the occurrence of global warming according to a study that reviewed scientific papers on global warming between 1993 and 2003.


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