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Beyond Global Warming: Human-Caused Global Change

Thursday, August 27, 1992
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Climate change gets the lion's share of media attention, but it is not the most certain, not the least reversible, and not the most significant (to date) of human-caused changes to the earth system. This talk , given by Stanford professor Dr. Peter Vitousek, examines the major components of human effects on Earth, with emphasis on the changing composition of the atmosphere, the transformation of Earth's surface by human activity, and the loss of biological diversity.

92S3_08_27_1900_WORVitousek from AGCI on Vimeo.

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