Adventures In Climate Science


Want to understand more about what a warming planet will mean to all of us? These stories from scientists across the remote and extraordinary corners of our planet, show the vast and complex ways the global landscape is heating and evolving and what this will mean for our future. 

Personal accounts that demystify the science behind the significant global temperature shifts we are already seeing. This book of essays gives riveting experiences and first hand perspectives on elements such as sea ice and glacier dissolution, rising sea levels, bushfires, ecosystem collapses, the shift of ocean currents, and extreme weather phenomena.

This book is a guide to understanding the hows and whys of climate change. Essays from Philip Zylstra, Andrew Meijers, James Hooper, Olivia Johnson, John Bruno, Katie Holt, Heather Purdie, Aida Cuni-Sanchez, Kevin Trenberth, Ian Allison, Linda Broome, Jemina Stuart-Smith, Todd Capson and Martin Truffer

Edited by Wendy Bruere, with a foreword by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

ISBN: 9781922800282

Format: Paperback, 224pp

Size: 200 x 145  x 20 mm

Weight: 310g

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