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Main Title Global biomass burning : atmospheric, climatic, and biospheric implications /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Levine, Joel S.
Publisher MIT Press,
Year Published 1991
OCLC Number 23869184
ISBN 026212159X; 9780262121590
Subjects Burning of land--Environmental aspects--Congresses ; Fuelwood--Burning--Environmental aspects--Congresses ; Atmospheric chemistry--Congresses ; Biogeochemistry--Congresses ; Climatic changes--Congresses ; Pollution de l'air ; Changement climatique ; Biocarburants ; Biomasse ; Congrès ; Biomassa ; Verbranding ; Gevolgen ; Atmosfeer ; Klimaat ; Biosfeer ; Luchtverontreiniging ; Klimaatveranderingen
Internet Access
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Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJBM  TD195.B56G57 1991 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 10/29/1993
EKBM  TD195.B56G57 1991 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 05/31/2016
Collation xxx, 569 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 523-563) and index.
Contents Notes
Biomass burning: remote sensing and global and geographical distribution, NOAA-AVHRR, International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC), astronaut observations, geostationary satellite estimations, great Chinese fire of 1987; biomass burning in tropical ecosystems; Brazil, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Central America, Amazonia, Africa, Nigeria, savannas, equatorial forests, rainforests, Ivory Coast, India; biomass burning in temperate and boreal ecosystems: northern circumpolar countries, North America, United States, wetlands, boreal forests, marshes Biomass burning: laboratory studies; biomass burning and the global carbon budget: Co2, ozone, sulfur, carbon dioxide, precipitation chemistry, radon; biomass burning and the global nitrogen budget: tropospheric reactive nitrogen, nitrogen oxides, nitrous oxide; biomass burning and particulates: carbonaceous soot aerosols, smoke, silicon, cloud condensation nuclei; biomass burning and climate: contribution of biomass burning to global warming, policy options, surface cooling, deforestation; biomass burning: historic and prehistoric perspectives, Cretaceous-tertiary boundary, extinctions, ash, sedimentary geochronology, Great Lakes forest fires of 1871