Climate Change: Science Compendium 2009

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This Climate Change Science Compendium, based on the wealth of peer-reviewed research published by researchers and institutions since 2006, has been compiled by UNEP in response to that request. The findings indicate that ever more rapid environmental change is underway with the pace and the scale of climate change accelerating, along with the confidence among researchers in their forecasts. The Compendium will provide important insights into the rapidly developing and fast moving realm of climate science so that the choices made by leaders in Copenhagen in December are informed by the best and the latest research available to the international ... continued below

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iv, 68 p. : col. ill.

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This Climate Change Science Compendium, based on the wealth of peer-reviewed research published by researchers and institutions since 2006, has been compiled by UNEP in response to that request. The findings indicate that ever more rapid environmental change is underway with the pace and the scale of climate change accelerating, along with the confidence among researchers in their forecasts. The Compendium will provide important insights into the rapidly developing and fast moving realm of climate science so that the choices made by leaders in Copenhagen in December are informed by the best and the latest research available to the international community.

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iv, 68 p. : col. ill.

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McMullen, Catherine P. & Jabbour, Jason. Climate Change: Science Compendium 2009, text, Date Unknown; Nairobi, Kenya. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc226760/: accessed September 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .