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Proposal for Focus Shift in Addressing Climate Change and Environmental Assesment

  • Gennadyi Gurman
Conference paper

In chemistry and physics there exist universal units that represent constants or constant intervals that can be used to express various qualities of our world in an unchanging manner. Celsius can be used to express our world in terms of temperature, atmospheres measure pressure, newtons measure force, and meters can measure distance and space.

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Environmental Pressure Optimal Environmental Condition Building Instruction Environmental Quality Index Atrophic Condition 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gennadyi Gurman
    • 1
  1. 1.Queens Botanical GardenFlushingUSA

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