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UT PRESS: The Impact of Global Warming on Texas, 2nd Edition

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The Impact of Global Warming on Texas
    Second Edition

Edited by Jurgen Schmandt, Judith Clarkson and Gerald R. North

 

 Forward   Foreword
Neal Lane, Rice University
     
 Forward   Introduction
Bill Dawson, Independent Journalist
     
Chapter 1 Global Climate Change   Global Climate Change
Gerald North, Texas A&M University
Chapter 2 The Changing Climate of Texas   The Changing Climate of Texas
John Nielsen-Gammon, Texas A&M University
Chapter 3 Water Resources   Water Resources
George Ward, University of Texas
Chapter 4 Coastal Zone and Estuaries   Coastal Zone and Estuaries
Paul Montagna, Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi
Chapter 5 Biodiversity   Biodiversity
Jane Packard, Texas A&M University
Chapter 6 Agriculture   Agriculture
Bruce McCarl, Texas A&M University
Chapter 7 Cities   Cities
David Hitchcock, Houston Advanced Research Center
Chapter 8 Greenhouse Gas Emissions   Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Judith Clarkson, Independent Scholar
Chapter 9 Economy   Economy
Jared Hazleton, Texecon
Chapter 10 Policy Options   Policy Options
Jurgen Schmandt, Houston Advanced Research Center
     
    Contributors
     

 

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