Future Climates of the World

A Modelling Perspective (World Survey of Climatology) by A. Henderson-Sellers

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1 Focus of this book 1 Relationship to other reviews of the future climate 2 Earth's climate and its future 4 Modelling the Earth's climate 7 Climates of the future 14 References 17 I.

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