The carbon age: how life's core element has become civilization's greatest threat

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Walker & Co. :
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2008.
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1st U.S. ed.
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English
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A historical and scientific assessment of carbon evaluates its ironic dual role as both a key building block of life on Earth and a component of such threats as carbon dioxide emissions, chlorofluorocarbons, and simple carbohydrates.
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title_display The carbon age : how life's core element has become civilization's greatest threat
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title_short The carbon age :
title_sub how life's core element has become civilization's greatest threat
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