Review of Earth under fire: how global warming is changing the world, by Gary Braasch
AbstractEarth under fire claims to be a photographic journal of the author’s voyage to document past and current climate change. This would be no bad thing from a photographer capable of both beautiful and informative photography. In fact, though, only the preface contains many photographs; the rest of the book gradually becomes a literature review, with the last two of five chapters concerning the future, and parts of the book have been written by others. This makes it more of an intermediate scientific review than was probably intended.
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