The Changing Climate of Texas
wcs4697 at acs.tamu.edu
Fri Feb 16 17:26:43 EST 1996
Announcing the availability of a book:
_The Changing Climate of Texas: Predictability and Implications for the
Edited by Jim Norwine, John R. Giardino, Gerald R. North, and Juan B.
Valde's. Published by our imprint, GeoBooks at the College of
Geosciences and Maritime Studies, TAMU.
"This book is an examination of Texas climate. It studies the weather
patterns of the Lone Star State as they have occurred over past years,
and it seeks to predict future climatic conditions as they may happen in
50 to 500 years, incorporating factors such as planetary surface
warming, regional population density, and water demand. Further, the
book predicts what these future changes will mean to the human and
natural systems of the state. The studies collected in this volume grew
out of a conference held at Texas A&M University in 1993 and were
written by leading geographers, meteorologists, engineers,
geomorphologists, agricultural economists, oceanographers, urban
planners, political scientists, and wildlife scientists."
7.25" x 10.25", 350pp, bk/wht illus throughout, with color cover.
Cost: $25.00 each book: Shipping: $3.50, first book; $1.50 ea addition.
T. Ozuna, Jr.
Orders for this book may be accepted via phone, fax, or e-mail to the
address listed below.
W. Chris Smith, Manager Phone: (409) 845-7144
Cartographic Service Unit Fax: (409) 862-4487
Texas A&M University We accept cash, checks, credit
College Station, TX 77843-3147 cards and purchase orders.
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