By Donald J. Wuebbles, Guy P. Brasseur (auth.), Guy P. Brasseur, Ronald G. Prinn, Alexander A. P. Pszenny (eds.)
This detailed quantity summarizes and integrates greater than a decade of atmospheric chemistry learn, conducted less than the auspices of the foreign worldwide Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) undertaking of the overseas Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP). it's a part of a sequence being written by way of all of the IGBP middle initiatives. in the course of the interval into account, nice development has been made within the technological know-how, computing, modelling and observational recommendations; tools have additionally better. feedback for the top precedence learn for the subsequent decade are made. the amount was once written by means of leaders within the box of atmospheric chemistry examine, and contains very important information about affects at the atmosphere strengthened through sturdy medical results.
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