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100 1  Vasser, Christopher P 
245 10 Kyoto Protocol :|bEconomic Assessments, Implementation 
264  1 New York :|bNova Science Publishers, Incorporated,|c2009 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    1 online resource (298 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- THE KYOTO PROTOCOL:ECONOMIC ASSESSMENTS,
       IMPLEMENTATION MECHANISMS,AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS -- THE 
       KYOTO PROTOCOL:  ECONOMIC ASSESSMENTS, IMPLEMENTATION 
       MECHANISMS,  AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS -- CONTENTS -- 
       PREFACE -- THE SCIENCE OF GLOBAL WARMINGAND CLIMATE CHANGE
       : IS IT SETTLED? -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. A CLOSE
       LOOK AT SOME OF THE IMPORTANT CURRENT ISSUES -- 2. GLOBAL 
       WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ONHUMAN SOCIETIES -- 3.
       CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- RESEARCH AND REVIEW 
       STUDIES -- PERSPECTIVES OF SAR BASED FOREST COVER,FOREST 
       COVER CHANGE AND BIOMASS MAPPING -- ABSTRACT -- 
       INTRODUCTION AND STATE OF THE ART OF EO BASEDFORESTRY 
       APPLICATIONS -- EXIGENCY OF FOREST COVER AND BIOMASS 
       MAPPING -- OPTICAL EO DATA -- LIDAR -- SAR DATA -- 
       Backscattering Intensities -- Interferometry -- SAR 
       Tomography, Polarimetric Interferometry and Derivates -- 
       Polarimetry -- CONCLUDING REMARKS AND PERSPECTIVES -- 
       IMPLEMENTATION OF THEORY INTO PRACTICE - EXAMPLECASE 
       STUDIES -- Forest Cover and Forest Cover Change Mapping --
       Investigation of ALOS PALSAR Data for Forest Cover Mapping
       -- EVALUATION OF THE POTENTIAL OF POLARIMETRIC PALSAR 
       SARDATA FOR FOREST COVER MAPPING IN SIBERIA -- 
       Introduction -- FOREST BIOMASS MAPPING -- Observations of 
       Forest Growing Stock Volume in Siberia Using 
       PALSARIntensities and Coherence Data -- Application of ERS
       -1/2 Tandem Coherence for the Delineation of Large 
       AreaForest Biomass Maps in NE China -- FINAL CONCLUSION --
       REFERENCES -- MODELLING A REDUCTION IN GREENHOUSEGAS 
       EMISSIONS IN THE CATALAN ECONOMY:THE NAMEAAPPROACH* -- 
       ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. STRUCTURE OF A SAM -- 3.
       STRUCTURE OF A NAMEA -- 4. THE LINEAR SAMMODEL -- 5. 
       EXTENSION OF THE SAMMODEL WITH GREENHOUSE EMISSIONS:THE 
       NAMEAMODEL -- 6. DATABASE -- 6.1. The SAM for Catalonia --
       6.2. The NAMEA for Catalonia 
505 8  7. EMPIRICAL APPLICATION TO CATALAN GREENHOUSE EMISSIONS -
       - 7.1. Emission Multipliers -- 7.2. Changes in the 
       Greenhouse Emission Multipliers -- 8. CONCLUSION -- 
       REFERENCES -- THE CONTRIBUTION OF FARM ENERGY USETO PAST, 
       PRESENT AND FUTURE GREENHOUSEGAS EMISSIONS FROM CANADIAN 
       AGRICULTURE -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- BIOFUELS AND 
       FARM OPERATIONS -- ADAPTATION OF AGRICULTURE TO CLIMATE 
       CHANGE -- METHODOLOGY -- TERMS IN THE FARM ENERGY BALANCE 
       -- SIMULATION MODELING AND SURVEY RECORDS -- SIMULATION OF
       FARM FIELDWORK ENERGY USE -- ENERGY TO SUPPLY FARM 
       MACHINERY -- RECENT F4E2 UPGRADES -- SPATIAL VARIATION IN 
       FARM ENERGY USE -- FOSSIL CO2 EMISSIONS FROM COMMODITIES -
       - RESULTS AND DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 
       TOWARDS A BETTER COMPLIANCE SYSTEMFOR THE CLIMATE REGIME? 
       -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. KYOTO'S COMPLIANCE 
       SYSTEM -- 3. FLAWS OF THE COMPLIANCE SYSTEM -- Additional 
       Emissions Reductions -- Suspension of the Right to Sell 
       Emissions Permits -- The Unfairness of the Compliance 
       System -- 4. TOWARDS A BETTER COMPLIANCE SYSTEM FOR 
       THECLIMATE REGIME -- 5. TRADE RESTRICTIONS -- 5. 
       CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVESOF GLOBAL
       ATMOSPHERIC CHANGE:THE REFRIGERATION INDUSTRY -- ABSTRACT 
       -- INTRODUCTION: ECOLOGICAL MODERNISATION,THE PIONEERS AND
       THE LAGGARDS -- THE CHALLENGE FOR THE REFRIGERATION 
       INDUSTRY -- METHODOLOGY -- GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC CHANGE: 
       SCIENCE AND LEGISLATION -- Changing the Atmosphere -- 
       Energy Efficiency -- TECHNICAL FIX OR INNOVATIVE 
       CHALLENGE? -- A Return to the Past -- New Solutions -- 
       CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CLIMATE 
       CHANGE: DESIGN APPROACHES FORA GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION 
       PROGRAM* -- SUMMARY -- INTRODUCTION: THE PRICE VERSUS 
       QUANTITY DEBATE -- FIVE DIMENSIONS OF THE COST ISSUE -- 
       APPROACHES FOR ADDRESSING COST CONCERNS -- Tonnage Options
       -- Timetable Options -- Technique Options 
505 8  ILLUSTRATIVE APPROACHES -- ADDRESSING COSTS THROUGH MARKET
       MECHANISMS:RESOLVING THE PRICE-QUANTITY ISSUE -- APPENDIX 
       A: SUMMARY OF SELECTED OPTIONS TO ADDRESS COST 
       UNCERTAINTYOF GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION PROGRAMS -- 
       REFERENCES -- GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: U.S. GREENHOUSEGAS 
       EMISSIONS-STATUS, TRENDSAND PROJECTIONS* -- SUMMARY -- 
       GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE:U.S. GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS-STATUS,
       TRENDS, AND PROJECTIONS -- U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions 
       and Baselines -- Emissions Projections -- Status of 
       Emissions Relative to Goals -- Additional Considerations 
       in Assessing Possible Reductions -- Conclusion -- 
       REFERENCES -- ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF THE KYOTO MECHANISMS -- 
       ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF 
       JI AND CDMPROJECTS -- 2.1. Gases and Sectors Covered in JI
       and CDM Projects -- 2.2 A Few Examples of Early JI and CDM
       Projects -- 2.3. The management of CDM and JI projects -- 
       3. CURRENT CDM AND JI PROJECTS -- 3.1. Current CDM 
       projects -- 3.2. Current JI projects -- 4. THE EFFECTS OF 
       JI AND CDMPROJECTS ON HOST ANDINVESTOR COUNTRIES -- 4.1. 
       The Effects of JI and CDM Projects on Host Countries -- 
       4.2. The Effects of JI and CDM Projects on Investor 
       Countries -- 5. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CLEAN 
       DEVELOPMENT MECHANISMAND SUSTAINABLE (ECONOMIC) 
       DEVELOPMENT -ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS ON POVERTYALLEVIATION
       IN DEVELOPING WORLD -- ABSTRACT -- PRESSING GLOBAL ISSUES 
       -- THE GLOBAL INEQUALITY -- EVER GROWING NEED FOR ENERGY -
       - SUSTAINABLE GROWTH SYNDROME -- THE DETERIORATING CLIMATE
       -- RENEWABLE ENERGY - A REALISABLE CONCEPT -- SUSTAINABLE 
       ENERGY FOR THE DEVELOPING WORLD -- CLEAN DEVELOPMENT 
       MECHANISM (CDM) - CONCEPT,PROGRESS AND CONCERNS -- POVERTY
       ALLEVIATION THROUGH CDM - CAN CDMBENEFIT THE POOR? -- THE 
       WAY FORWARD -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- WHAT IS NOT 
       MENTIONEDIN THE KYOTO PROTOCOL -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION
505 8  1. THE KYOTO PROTOCOL AND CARBON CICLE -- 2. PRODUCTION OF
       HEAT AND BY-PRODUCTS OF THE PROCESS -- 3. STATISTICAL 
       ANALYSIS AS A WAY OF OBTAINING INFORMATION -- 3.1. 
       Atmospheric Gases -- 3.2 . Heat -- REFERENCES -- INDEX 
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650  0 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change -- 
       (1992). -- Protocols, etc., -- 1997 Dec. 11.;Climatic 
       changes -- Government policy -- International 
       cooperation.;Global warming -- Government policy -- 
       International cooperation.;Greenhouse gases -- Government 
       policy -- International cooperation.;Air -- Pollution -- 
       Government policy -- International cooperation.;Climatic 
       changes -- Government policy -- Economic aspects.;Global 
       warming -- Government policy -- Economic aspects 
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