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ES 2 Reading Summary for the 3 rd Midterm exam The 3 rd Midterm exam will cover material from lectures starting with #13 and the following readings: Supplemental Readings (on electronic reserve): 1. McKibben, 2007: Carbon’s New Math (up to and including the discussion on Carbon- Cutting Wedges). 2. Goodstein, 2005: Out of Gas Technological fixes” and “Envoy: the future revisited” M&K Reading (in the order it was assigned): Lecture 13, Three Gorges Dam: no M&K readings. Lecture 14, Electromagnetic fields: Keller & Botkin p146-147. No M&K readings. Lecture 15, The atmospheric commons: composition, structure and use: M&K 12 Lecture 16, Air pollution: M&K 52-53, 114-117, 126-127, 132-133 & 184 Lecture 17, Stratospheric Ozone:
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Unformatted text preview: M&K 28-31, 170 & 185 Lecture 18, Energy: M&K 160-161 SR: Goodstein (2005) “Technological fixes” and “Envoy: the future revisited” Lecture 19, Greenhouse Effect: M&K 22-23 Lectures 20 & 21, Greenhouse Effect : M&K 22-25, 34-35, 66-69 Lecture 22, Climate Change: focusing on carbon : M&K 94-95, 158-159, 168-169, 182-183 SR: McKibben (2007) Carbon’s New Math Lecture 23 REVISED, Climate Change and CO2 emissions: M&K 94-95, 158-159, 168-169, 178-179, 182-183 Lecture 24: M&K 134 Total: 40 pages M&K readings in the order they are presented in the text 12, 22-25, 28-31, 34-35, 52-53, 66-69, 94-95, 114-117, 126-127, 132-134, 158-159, 160-161, 168-169, 170, 178-179, 182-183, 184-185...
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