Coupling of CO2 and Ice Sheet Stability over Major Climate Transitions of the Last 20 Million Years in Science 326 No. 5958 pp. pp. 1394-1397, December 4, 2009. Aradhna K. Tripati.

Coupling of CO2 and Ice Sheet Stability over Major Climate Transitions of the Last 20 Million Years in Science 326 No. 5958 pp. pp. 1394-1397, December 4, 2009

Washington DC: AAAS, 2009. 1st Edition. FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS of an important paper finding that in periods during the past 800,000 years when the concentration of carbon dioxide was similar to the current level the temperatures were 3-6 degrees centigrade warmer and sea level was 25 to 40 meters higher.

“Tripati et al. (2009) had a goal ``to test the hypothesis that CO2 and climate were closely coupled across ... major transitions''. ... from a relatively ice-free world to one with glacial conditions on Antarctica characterized by substantial ice sheets. They concluded: “These results show that changes in pCO2 and climate have been coupled during major glacial transitions of the past 20myr,… supporting the hypothesis that greenhouse gas forcing was an important modulator of climate over this interval via direct and indirect effects” (Rapp, Assessing Climate Change, 32). Item #1470

CONDITION & DETAILS: Washington DC: The American Association for the Advancement of Science. 8vo. Original pictorial wrappers. The issue bears a single sticker on the front wrap and slight evidence of the removal of another (see photo). The wraps are otherwise bright and very clean. The inside is pristine.

Price: $200.00

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