Barron, Eric J.
September 1989
Sciences;Sep/Oct89, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p14
Academic Journal
Comments on the prophecy of global warming. Limitations of the global warming forecasts; Impact of carbon dioxide pollution on the planet's temperature; Effects of geological changes on the earth.


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