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Volcanism and climate

Volcanism and climate

interdisciplinary symposium held at the XVII General Assembly of the IUGG, Canberra, A.C.T., 3-15 December, 1979

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementR.E.Newall and G.P.L. Walker (editors).
SeriesJournal of volcanology and geothermal research -- v.11, no 1
ContributionsNewell, Reginald Edward., Walker, G. P. L., International Union of Geodesyand Geophysics. General Assembly,
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20701526M

Angell, J.K. and Korshover, J. Surface temperature changes following six major volcanic episodes between and Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorol - Google Scholar. Most of the papers in this book were presented at the workshop on "Deformation and Gravity Change: Indicators of Isostasy, Tectonics, Volcanism and Climate Change", which took place at the Casa de los Volcanes on Lanzarote, Spain, during March , It was jointly organized and supported by.

Books. Rampino has published two books, a text for a course on Astrobiology (Jastrow and Rampino, ) and a popular portrayal of the effects of catastrophic events on Earth history and the history of life (Rampino, ). He was co-editor of the conference volume “Climate: History, Periodicity and Predictability” published in Alan Robock, The Volcanic Contribution to Climate Change of the Past Years, Greenhouse-Gas-Induced Climatic Change: A Critical Appraisal of Simulations and Observations, /B, (), ().

  Join us on our next live video call this Wednesday at a.m. Eastern, where the Times Book Review editor Gal Beckerman and climate journalist Kendra Pierre-Louis will . The book addresses researchers and graduate students in the Earth sciences, who are interested in surface and crustal processes, as well as geotechnical h Topical Volumes: Deformation and Gravity Change: Indicators of Isostasy, Tectonics, Volcanism and Climate .


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