Greenhouse Gas Sinks

Edited by D Reay, N Hewitt, K. Smith and J Grace, 
CABI  February 2007  

Hardback  448 pp  ISBN 9781845931896      £90.00
Bringing together leading researchers from around the world this book reviews how vegetation and soils act as naturally occurring buffers which use up the gases responsible for global warming and the greenhouse effect. It provides in-depth information on the importance of these sinks, how they may respond to increased greenhouse gas emissions, how we can protect them and how they can help us mitigate climate change.

Of interest to Students and researchers in environmental science, forestry, soils and climatology.

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