How much do we need to know?

Murphy, Michael E.
May 1998
America;5/9/1998, Vol. 178 Issue 16, p7
Assesses the state of scientific research on the global warming. Formation of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); IPCC reports on international cooperation efforts in response to the situation; Computer projections on the global warming trend.


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