Global Warming Real, NAS Study Asserts

June 2001
Chemical Market Reporter;6/11/2001, Vol. 259 Issue 24, p29
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Reports on the results of a study by the National Academy of Sciences on global warming. Objective of the study; Reaction of the United States federal government to the study; Effect of fossil fuel burning and carbon dioxide emissions on global temperature.


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