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Abrupt climate change from Land's End



Genomics Forum Director, Steve Yearley reviews `The Fate of Greenland: Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change' for The Times Higher Education Magazine.


"Pub-quiz enthusiasts may well know what I did not:" writes Steve Yearley "that the late Gary Comer, the seriously wealthy founder of the Lands' End clothing company, was also an excellent photographer and discerning funder of climate-change research, especially in Greenland. This very handsome book presents almost 80 photographs of Greenland's glaciers and mountains - with many of the best shots taken by Comer himself - along with detailed, well-written accounts of the scientific insights associated with the field trips that Comer supported. It is both a memorial to Comer and a long, thoughtful essay on the character and causes of sudden climate change."

Read the full review at The Times Higher Education Magazine - The Fate of Greenland

The Fate of Greenland: Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change by Philip Conkling, Richard Alley, Wallace Broecker and George Denton was published by MIT Press on 5 June 2011.


The Fate of Greenland: Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change