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Greenhouse: Planning for Climate Change

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Greenhouse: Planning for Climate Change

Edited by:
GI Pearman   CSIRO Atmospheric Research

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752 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing


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It is important for the reader to understand clearly the objectives of these papers. They are not an attempt to provide accurate predictions of what is going to happen in Australia over the next few decades. Rather they represent sensitivity studies, designed to illustrate to what extent we as a nation are dependent on the climate and likely to be affected by climatic change, and attempts to develop the techniques for such sensitivity analyses. For this, the climate scenario (reproduced in the Appendix to this volume), was a key.

 

 Greenhouse: Planning for Climate Change will be of interest to the practising scientist, engineer or planner in private or public service as well as the informed member of the public interested in knowing more about this major environmental and social issue. 

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