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- IS THE ENHANCEMENT OF GLOBAL WARMING IMPORTANT? Symons, Martyn C.R.; Barrett, Jack // Energy & Environment;2001, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p1
Examines the causes and possible solutions to global warming. Impact of human activities on the increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration; Use of alternative methods to tap energy; Reduction in the emission of carbon dioxide.
- Global warming brings early spring. Pearce, Fred // New Scientist;7/13/96, Vol. 151 Issue 2038, p7
Reports on the earlier onset of the northern spring than it did in the past due to global warming. Sudden shift in the seasonal cycle of the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide; Importance of terrestrial vegetation to the carbon cycle; Increase in the strength of the seasonal carbon...
- Carbon dioxide will likely help humanity. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;06/08/98, Vol. 25 Issue 25, p20
Discusses environmental concerns in Alberta, Canada. What global warming could mean for the province; Concerns of farmers; Environmentalist views of premier Peter Lougheed; Consequences of increased atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) that would allow plants to grow under more favorable...
- The Hazards of Coal Dependence. Broecker, Wallace S. // Natural History;Oct77, Vol. 86 Issue 8, p8
Discusses the environmental consequences of human dependence in coal as the main source of energy. Atmospheric carbon dioxide production of coal combustion; Effects of global warming on the ecosystem; Melting of ice sheets; Natural climate change in earth; Strategies to avoid environmental hazards.
- One More Reason to Save Wilderness. // Wilderness;2007, p2
The article presents the author's view on global warming and preserving the environment. By preserving forests, wildlife populations are less likely to be isolated as conditions change. The author says that about 10 percent of the carbon dioxide is absorbed by American forests that the U.S....
- Interhemispheric coupling and warm Antarctic interglacials. Holden, P. B.; Edwards, N. R.; Wolff, E. W.; Lang, N. J.; Singarayer, J. S.; Valdes, P. J.; Stocker, T. F. // Climate of the Past Discussions;2009, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p2555
Ice core evidence indicates that even though atmospheric CO2 concentrations did not exceed âˆ¼300 ppm at any point during the last 800 000 years, East Antarctica was at least âˆ¼3-4 Â°C warmer than pre-industrial (CO2 âˆ¼280 ppm) in each of the last four interglacials. During the...
- CO(sub2) Emissions Drop. // Pollution Engineering;Sep2002, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p10
Reports on the decline in energy-related carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. Effect of carbon dioxide emissions to global warming; Reasons for the decline in carbon dioxide emissions; Industrial and residential sectors emissions.
- Roman Warm Period (North America) -- Summary. // CO2 Science;6/9/2010, Vol. 13 Issue 23, p7
The article offers information on the Roman Warm Period in North America. The non-carbon dioxide-induced warming is considered one of the evidences of warming may not be caused by higher carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere. One study indicated that warming before AD 300 at Farewell...
- The effect of temperature on site index in western Canada and Scandinavia estimated from IUFRO Pinus contorta provenance experiments Ying, Cheng C.; Fries, Anders; Lindgren, Dag; Lindgren, Katarina; Elfving, Bjorn; Ruotsalainen, Seppo; Karlmats, Ulf // Canadian Journal of Forest Research;Jun2000, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p921
Site index was calculated for 78 experimental plantations in westernCanada and northern Finland and Sweden, representing a wide range ofsite environments where lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl. var. latifolia Engelm.) is considered as a potential afforestation species.The plantations and...