Observed impacts on Planet EarthEdited by
- Trevor Letcher
Primary Markets: Researchers and graduate students in many fields including Biology, Chemistry, Zoology, Atmospheric Science, Physics, Mathematics and modelling, Chemical Engineering, Oceanography, Agriculture and ClimatologyAcademics and teachers in many fields, undergraduates and students. Members of Parliament and all Government Ministers and Managers. Journalists and Newspaper Editors. Government agencies. Investors on Stock ExchangeTown and City Libraries. Consultants and Financial Advisors to big business, especially those involved in new energy initiatives.Secondary Markets: City, county and town management boards. Industrialists and Industrial Lab staff involved in areas ranging from clothing to food preparation. Schools. Holiday operators. Property investors. Farm consultants.
Hardbound, 492 Pages
Published: May 2009
CHOICE, December 2009: "This book encompasses 25 chapters written by 30 international experts on climate change . . . The chapter treatments are concise and authoritative . . . The book is well constructed and includes 30 high-quality color plates illustrating striking climate phenomena; references are provided at the end of each chapter. This work is complemented by Letcher's Future Energy (2008). Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduate through professional collections." - F. T. Manheim, George Mason University