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THE CAUSES OF CLIMATIC CHANGE
THE HUMAN RESPONSE TO CHANGE
A CALL FOR ACTION
A. V. Hill actions activities agreement agricultural already Antarctic Arctic atmosphere back into space Bering Straits Burnham Thorpe carbon dioxide cause century chlorofluorocarbons climatic change cloud continuing cooling countries Courtesy of H. H. Crispin Tickell desert drastic drier drought dust earth earth's surface economic effects energy environment environmental equator eruptions extraterrestrial factors fluctuations forests fossil future glaciation glaciers global governments grain-growing areas greater Greenland H. H. Lamb human increase industrial International Affairs Lamb and Methuen land last ice age less Little Ice Age major man-made melting ments Meteorological million natural Nino northern hemisphere nuclear ocean current oscillation ozone layer particles percent poles pollution population present problems production Professor quantity rain rainfall regions result rise risk sea ice sea-levels snow solar radiation Soviet Union species stratosphere sunspots temperate latitudes temperature tropical variability variations warm warmer Western Europe wetter wind World Climate Program