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Listed below are the letters and titles of the main classes of the Library of Congress Classification. Click on any class to view an outline of its subclasses in an interactive PDF format. This list is based on the Library of Congress Classification Outline.
The electronic version of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. An excellent starting point for almost any topic of research, the Britannica offers both concise descriptions, and longer, more comprehensive articles on a wide variety of topics.
The purpose of this assessment is to provide a comprehensive, evidence-based, and, where possible, quantitative estimation of observed and projected climate change related health impacts in the United States. This has been developed to inform public health officials, urban and disaster response planners, decision makers, and other stakeholders within and outside of government who are interested in better understanding the risks climate change presents to human health.
Of the 36 billon tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) being emitted into Earth's atmosphere every year, only 40 million tons are able to be captured and stored.' This is just a fraction of what needs to be captured, if this technology is going to make any headway in the global march toward reversing, or at least reducing, climate change.
The book uses an economic lens to identify the main features of climate-smart agriculture (CSA), its likely impact, and the challenges associated with its implementation.
Books in the Stacks
These are just some books in our library on the topic of the human longevity, and related people/events.
Making Climate Change History by Joshua P. Howe
Call Number: Reserve QC981.8.G56 M34 2017
Publication Date: 2017-04-01
A short, user-friendly collection of primary sources selected from the most important--and often the most overlooked--documents in the scientific and political history of anthropogenic climate change. It provides students, teachers, researchers and interested readers with the raw materials with which to construct a narrative of climate change in the twentieth century.
Wildlife Responses to Climate Change by Stephen H. Schneider (Ed)
Call Number: QC982.8 .W54 2002
Publication Date: 2001-12-01
This book is the culmination of a three-year project to research and study the impacts of global climate change on ecosystems and individual wildlife species in North America.
Rising by Elizabeth Rush
Call Number: GB459.4 .R86 2018
Publication Date: 2018-06-12
Harvey. Maria. Irma. Sandy. Katrina. We live in a time of unprecedented hurricanes and catastrophic weather events, a time when it is increasingly clear that climate change is neither imagined nor distant--and that rising seas are transforming the coastline of the United States in irrevocable ways.
The Paris Agreement on Climate Change by Daniel Klein (Editor); María Pía Carazo (Editor); Meinhard Doelle (Editor); Jane Bulmer (Editor); Andrew Higham (Editor)
Call Number: Law Library K3585.5 .P375 2017
Publication Date: 2017-09-20
The most important climate agreement in history, the Paris Agreement on Climate Change represents the commitment of the nations of the world to address and curb climate change.