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Greenhouse Puzzles
Palisades, NY, Eldigio Press, 1993. Broecker, the geoscientist who popularized the term "global warming" in 1975, was a professor at Columbia University, where, unable to come up with textbooks that could keep up with the pace of climate change and climate science, began to create his own, in the form of spiralbound photocopies that could be updated as needed. This is the first issue of "Greenhouse Puzzles," his second such self-created textbook. Approximately 250 pages, comb-bound in green cardstock covers. Owner name of fellow geochemist Dr. Bill Reeburgh. Near fine. [#035971] SOLD

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