About the Book
In this three volumes book, author has done scientific and critical study of nature and consequences of Global Warming and its impact on climate changes. This study has been classified into eight parts and it further declassified into thirty nine chapters. Each chapters focuses on applying the knowledge gained from years of research in the field of global warming. A variety of issues has been described in relation to global warming and its impact. Hope, this book will inspire and generate interest among scholars, scientists, and environmental activists for protecting this globe form global warming.
About the Author
Ravi Malhotra is research associate of Geophysics at Stanford University. He graduated from Punjabi University, Patiala in 1984 and received an M.S. (1988) in geophysics from Stanford. He has made contributions to several aspects of seismic imaging, ranging from velocity estimation to parallel algorithms for seismic migration. Since the early nineties he has been at the forefront of the development of wave-equation 3-D prestack migration methods.