Contributors are scholars and specialists including geographers, political scientists, chemists, anthropologists, medical practitioners, development experts, and sociologists.
The Encyclopedia of Global Warming and Climate Change has nearly 750 entries that cover a vast range of topics affecting global warming and climate change. Also included are articles within specific categories, including: atmospheric sciences; climate; climate change effects; climate and society; climate feedbacks; climate models; institutions studying climate change; oceanography; paleoclimates; programs and conventions; and people studying climate change.
Access is restricted to ASU students, faculty, and staff.
Number of simultaneous users: unlimited.