Jan-Erik Solheim: Book Review “False Alarm” by Gösta Petterson

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Book Reviews

Gösta Petterson is a professor emeritus in biochemistry at Lund University, Sweden. He has used reaction kinetics modeling as tools in his studies of mechanisms of catalysis for central metabolic enzymes, as well as interaction of enzymes in complex biological systems.

Several of his studies have dealt with plants’ fixation of atmospheric CO2. He is therefore an expert in one of the most important and controversial questions, the carbon cycle and modeling the human contribution of carbon to the Earth’s atmosphere. The book has 298 pages. One third covers the carbon cycle, carbon dioxide sources, and carbon cycle models. The book covers all scientific aspects of the current climate discussion plus how the scientific discussion has become political.

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