Wiley-Scrivener: The Science of Climate Change

Editor/Author Islam, M. R. and Khan, M. M.
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Wiley

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-47-062612-2
Category: Science - Environmental sciences
Image Count: 296
Book Status: Available
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This book identifies the root causes of climate change and shows that climate change is real and it is also preventable, but that it can be reversed only if we stop introducing pollutants in the ensuing greenhouse gases. The book brings back common sense and grounds scientists to the fundamentals of heat and mass transfer, while at the same time disconnecting politicking and hysteria from true scientific analysis of the phenomenon of global climate.

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Table of Contents

  • Foreword
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: State-of-The-Art of the Climate Change Debate
  • Chapter 3: Forest Fires and Anthropogenic CO2
  • Chapter 4: Role of Agricultural Practices on Climate Change
  • Chapter 5: Role of Biofuel Processing in Creating Global Warming
  • Chapter 6: Role of Refining on Climate Change
  • Chapter 7: Scientific Characterization of Petroleum Fluids
  • Chapter 8: Delinearized History of Climate Change Hysteria
  • Chapter 9: The Monetization the Climate Science
  • Chapter 10: The Science of Global Warming
  • Chapter 11: Conclusions
  • Chapter 12: References
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