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Climate: Present, Past and Future (Routledge Revivals): Volume 1: Fundamentals and Climate Now Hardcover – 15 Sep 2011

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@quote: ‘Professor Lamb has indeed served us well, in a complex field of study of the utmost significance to mankind’ – The Times Higher Education Supplement

@ quote: ‘Destined to become one of the classics of climatology’ – Geographical Magazine

@quote: ‘Professor Lamb is to be congratulated on producing such an informative book, one which is almost certainly destined to become a classic synthesis of our present understanding of physical and dynamical climatology.’ – Times Literary Supplement

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2000 years of climate history 31 May 1999
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Format: Hardcover
This is the best book on the history of climate, and is full of stories from the last 2000 years, as well as tree-ring data and much more.
You need to be very into the subject, however, as it is a thick book.
The material from the pre-historic period is weak (of course), and the discussion of future climate trends has been overtaken by recent events (the Greenhouse Effect).
Still, if you are seriously interested in the subject of long-term climate, this is THE book.
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