Table of contents for Introduction to oil, water and climate / Catherine Gautier.


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Foreword; Introduction; 1. Overview; 2. Carbon dioxide emissions, global warming, and water resources; 3. Population, environmental impacts, and climate change; 4. Carbon cycle and human impacts on it; 5. Peak oil, energy, water, and climate; 6. Oil consumption and CO2 emissions from transportation; 7. Oil, economy, power, and conflicts; 8. Energy alternatives and their connection to water and climate; 9. The water cycle and global warming; 10. Freshwater availability, sanitation deficit, and water usage - connection to energy and global warming; 11. Rivers, lakes, aquifers, and dams - relation to energy and climate; 12. Water contamination, energy, and climate; 13. Geopolitics of water and the international situation; 14. Water alternatives; 15. Global climate change - observations, modeling, and predictions; 16. Energy and water challenges and solutions in a changing climate framework - commonality, differences, and connections.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Climatic changes.
Natural resources -- Environmental aspects.
Conservation of natural resources.