Antarctic Ecosystems: Environmental Contamination, Climate by R. Bargagli

By R. Bargagli

This quantity offers an outline of weather swap info, its results at the constitution and functioning of Antarctic ecosystems, and the incidence and biking of chronic contaminants. It discusses the position of Antarctic study for the security of the worldwide surroundings. The e-book additionally examines attainable destiny eventualities of weather switch and the function of Antarctic organisms within the early detection of environmental perturbations.

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