Cracknell, Arthur P.

Global Climatology and Ecodynamics

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Table of contents

1. The seminal nature of the work of Kirill Kondratyev
Arthur P. Cracknell, Vladimir F. Krapivin, Costas A. Varotsos

2. Kirill Kondratyev and the IPCC: His opposition to the Kyoto Protocol
Sonja A. Boehmer-Christiansen, Arthur P. Cracknell

3. The Earth radiation budget, 20 years later (1985–2005)
Vladimir A. Golovko

4. Aerosol and atmospheric electricity
Yury A. Pkhalagov, Victor N. Uzhegov, Ivan I. Ippolitov

5. Remote sensing of terrestrial chlorophyll content
Jadunandan Dash, Paul J. Curran, Giles M. Foody

6. Regarding greenhouse explosion
Vyacheslav I. Zakharov

7. Model-based method for the assessment of global change in the nature—Society system
Vladimir F. Krapivin, John J. Kelley

8. Self-learning statistical short-term climate predictive model for Europe
Oleg M. Pokrovsky

9. Theory of series of exponents and their application for analysis of radiation processes
Stanislav D. Tvorogov, Tatyana B. Zhuravleva, Olga B. Rodimova, Konstantin M. Firsov

10. Forecast of biosphere dynamics using small-scale models
Andrey G. Degermendzhi, Sergey I. Bartsev, Vladimir G. Gubanov, Dmitry V. Erokhin, Anatoly P. Shevirnogov

11. Air temperature changes at White Sea shores and islands in the 19th and 20th centuries
Olga A. Shilovtseva, Feodor A. Romanenko

12. Climatic characteristics of temperature, humidity, and wind velocity in the atmospheric boundary layer over western Siberia
Valery S. Komarov, Nataly Ya. Lomakina

13. Ecological safety and the risks of hydrocarbon transportation in the Baltic Sea
Victor I. Binenko, A.V. Berkovits

14. New directions in biophysical ecology
Andrey G. Degermendzhi

15. The Earth as an open ecosystem
Lev S. Ivlev

16. Problems of the sustainable development of ecological-economic systems
Gennadiy A. Ougolnitsky, Anatoliy B. Usov

17. Sustainable development problems in the context of global ecoinformatics
Arthur P. Cracknell, Vladimir F. Krapivin, Costas A. Varotsos

18. “Sustainability—no hope!” or “Sustainability—no hope?”
Arthur P. Cracknell

Keywords: SCIENCE / Earth Sciences / General SCI019000

Publication year
Natural Sciences

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