Biogeochemistry and Global Change: Resources (2008)


  • Jacobsen, M. C., R. J. Charlson, et al. (2000). Earth System Science - From Biogeochemical Cycles to Global Change. Amsterdam, Academic Press. (On reserve)
  • Chapin, F. S., III., P. A. Matson, et al. (2002). Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology. New York, Springer. (On reserve)
  • Schlesinger, W. H. (1997). Biogeochemistry - An analysis of Global Change. San Diego, Academic Press. (On reserve)
  • Lomborg, B. (2001). The Skeptical Environmentalist - Measuring the Real State of the World. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. (Full text and copy of Chapter 1 on reserve). Correspondence relating to this bookCopenhagen Consensus Aug 2004 Copenhagen Consensus critique and response
  • Wright, R. (2004) A Short History of Progress. On reserve.


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Potentially Useful Journal Papers

  • Vitousek, P. M. (1994). "Beyond Global Warming - Ecology and Global Change." Ecology 75(7): 1861-1876. (Copy on reserve and on shelf)
  • Eviner, V. T. and F. S. Chapin (1997). "Nitrogen cycle - Plant-microbial interactions." Nature 385(6611): 26-27.
  • Shaver, G. R., W. D. Billings, et al. (1992). "Global Change and the Carbon Balance of Arctic Ecosystems." Bioscience 42(6): 433-441. (Copy on reserve and on shelf)
  • Scholes, R.J.,Schulze, E.D., et al (1999) Biogeochemistry of terrestrial ecosystems. In Walker, B. H., W. L. Steffen, et al. (1999). The Terrestrial Biosphere and Global Change - Implications for natural and managed ecosystems. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. (on shelf)

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Created 20 August 2003 by P. Grogan
Last Updated: 31 March 2008