Also there is Field notes from a catastrophe : man, nature, and climate change by Elizabeth Kolbert, based on her series of articles in the New Yorker; Thin ice : unlocking the secrets of climate in the world's highest mountains by Mark Bowen, a profile of climatologist Lonnie Thompson's studies of high mountain glaciers; and a section in the popular new book Why geography matters : three challenges facing America : climate change, the rise of China, and global terrorism by H. J. de Blij. These five titles are just some of the newest ones. If you are interested in pursuing the topic, you might try clicking a likely looking subject heading and then sorting with newest on top to see what you get.
There are a lot of news stories this week about melting ice, rising sea level, etc., mostly because of articles in in the March 24th Science Magazine; its cover story is "Climate Change: Breaking the Ice." The content doesn't appear to be available free online. Our copy of the print magazine should be along in a couple of days.