Geosphere-biosphere interactions and climate [E-Book] / edited by Lennart O. Bengtsson, Claus U. Hammer.
Bengtsson, Lennart, (editor)
Hammer, Claus U., (editor)
Book
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2001
1 online resource (xvi, 302 pages)
englisch
9780521782388
9780511529429
9780521183932
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Table of Contents:
  • 1.
  • Antarctic ozone hole, a human-caused chemical instability in the stratosphere: what should we learn from it? /
  • P.J. Crutzen
  • 2.
  • Feedbacks and interactions between global change, atmospheric chemistry, and the biosphere /
  • M.O. Andreae
  • 3.
  • Atmospheric CO2 variations: response to natural and anthropogenic earth system forcings /
  • I. Fung
  • 4.
  • Modeling and evaluating terrestrial biospheric exchanges of water, carbon dioxide, and oxygen in the global climate system /
  • M. Heimann
  • 5.
  • Carbon futures /
  • W.S. Broecker
  • 6.
  • Global climate change in the human perspective /
  • S.H. Schneider
  • 7.
  • Earth system models and the global biogeochemical cycles /
  • D. Schimel
  • 8.
  • Role of CO2, sea level, and vegetation during the Milankovitch-forced glacial-interglacial cycles /
  • A. Berger.
  • 9.
  • Nonlinearities in the Earth system: the ocean's role /
  • T.F. Stocker
  • 10.
  • Simulations of the climate of the Holocene: perspectives gained with models of different complexity /
  • J.E. Kutzbach
  • 11.
  • Interactions of climate change and the terrestrial biosphere /
  • I.C. Prentice
  • 12.
  • Record of paleoclimatic change and its greenhouse implications /
  • W.R. Peltier
  • 13.
  • Long-term stability of Earth's climate: the faint young sun problem revisited /
  • J.F. Kasting
  • 14.
  • Physical and chemical properties of the glacial ocean /
  • J.C. Duplessy
  • 15.
  • Ice core records and relevance for future climate variations /
  • J. Jouzel
  • 16.
  • Toward a new approach to climate impact studies /
  • W. Steffen
  • 17.
  • Research objectives of the world climate research programme
  • H. Grassl
  • 18.
  • Panel discussion: future research objectives /
  • M. Heimann.