Further Reading

Charlson R, Lovelock J, Andreas M, and Warren S (1987) Oceanic phytoplankton, atmospheric sulfur, cloud albedo, and climate. Nature 326: 655-661.

Kirchner JW (1989) The Gaia hypothesis: Can it be tested? Reviews of Geophysics 27(2): 223-235.

Kirchner JW (2003) The Gaia hypothesis: Conjectures and refutations. Climatic Change 58(1-2): 21-45.

Lovelock J (1972) Gaia as seen through the atmosphere. Atmospheric Environment 6: 579-580.

Lovelock JE (1979) Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Lovelock J (1983) Daisy world: A cybernetic proof of the Gaia hypothesis. Coevolution Quarterly 38: 66-72.

Lovelock JE (1995) The Ages of Gaia. A Biography of Our Living Earth, 2nd edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Lovelock JE and Margulis L (1974) Atmospheric homeostasis by and for the biosphere: The Gaia hypothesis. Tellus 26: 2-9.

Schneider SH and Boston PJ (eds.) (1991) Scientists on Gaia.

Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Schneider SH and Londer R (1984) Coevolution of Climate and Life.

Berkeley, CA: Sierra Club Books. Schneider SH, Miller JE, Crist E, and Boston PJ (eds.) (2004) Scientists

Debate Gaia: The Next Century. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Schwartzman DW and Volk T (1989) Biotic enhancement of weathering and the habitability of Earth. Nature 340: 457-460. Tregonning K and Roberts A (1979) Complex systems which evolve towards homeostasis. Nature 281: 563-564. Volk T (1998) Gaia's Body: Toward a Physiology of Earth. New York: Springer.

Watson AJ and Lovelock JE (1983) Biological homeostasis of the global environment: The parable of Daisyworld. Tellus 35B: 284-289.

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