[Coral-List] Fwd: New Book

Douglas Fenner douglasfennertassi at gmail.com
Fri Nov 13 02:44:40 EST 2015

A new book has come out, "Coral Reefs in the Anthropocene", edited by
Charles Birkeland, and published by Springer.  It has 12 chapters, each by
a different author, and 263 pages.

See http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9789401772488#aboutBook
for information about the book, including chapter titles and chapter
authors.  Click on "see more benefits" and "Show all" to read the full
description and "Show next 7" to see all chapters.

Some of you may remember Chuck's last book, "Life and Death of Coral
Reefs."  That book sold out and went out of print, which I take as a sign
of people considering it important and interesting, and something they want
to read.  (I see that used copies are still available on Amazon)

Cheers, Doug

Douglas Fenner
Consultant, corals, coral reefs, coral identification
"have regulator, will travel"
PO Box 7390
Pago Pago, American Samoa 96799  USA

phone 1 684 622-7084

Join the International Society for Reef Studies.  Membership includes a
subscription to the journal Coral Reefs, and there are discounts for pdf
subscriptions and developing countries.  Check it out!  www.fit.edu/isrs/

"Belief in climate change is optional, participation is not."- Jim Beever.
  "Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not to their own facts."-
Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

G20 nations spend $452 billion a year supporting fossil fuels: study.
Support for fossil fuels was four times higher than for renewable energy.


Exxon and probably other fossil fuel companies have long known that global
warming is real and mostly caused by humans, because their own scientists
did some of the earliest good studies that showed it was true.  But they
decided to fund a denial campaign to protect their profits, which has
worked very well.



Climate change could cost trillions more in damage, because of thawing
Arctic permafrost.   (a mere $3-166 Trillion, while even without Arctic
warming, climate change is estimated to cost $326 Trillion globally.  The
entire world economy is only about $72-85 Trillion a year.)


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