* Presents the theory of Earth's evolution based on the laws of chemical-density differentiation of the origin of the Earth
* Discusses the adiabatic theory of the greenhouse effect with quantitative estimates of the natural and anthropogenic influences on Earth's climates
* Describes the quantitative description of the evolution of the Earth's climate throughout geologic history and prediction of the future of the Earth's climate
* Investigates the global forces of nature driving the Earth's climate
Civil and environmental engineers; geologists
Global Warming and Global Cooling, 1st Edition
1. Global Evolution of the Earth. 2. Outgassing of the earth and Formation of Hydrosphere and Atmosphere. 3. Role of Iron in the Formation of Atmosphere. 4. Evolution of Oceanic Crust. 5. Origin of Carbon Dioxide, Methane, Nitrogen and Oxygen in the Atmosphere. 6. Evolution of Pressure and Composition of Atmosphere. 7. Evolution of Partial Pressure of Nitrogen in Atmosphere. 8. Generation of Abiogenic Methane and Origin of Life on the Earth. 9. Green House Effect (Global Warming). 10. Origin of Ice Ages. 11. Bacterial Nature of Glacial Periods. 12. Evolution of Climates.