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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
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FROM VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2, FEBRUARY 1990

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Item #d90feb75

"Warmer Seas Increase Greenhouse Effect," J. Gribbin, New Scientist, p. 31, Jan. 6, 1990. Satellite measurements of outgoing radiation from the oceans suggest that greenhouse warming would reinforce itself as sea surface temperature increases, especially above 27° C. (See Raval article in PROF. PUBS./OF GEN. INTEREST, this Global Climate Change Digest issue--Feb. 1990.)


Item #d90feb76

"Chinese Ice Reveals Strong Warming Trend," New Scientist, p. 43, Nov. 25, 1989. Ice cores from Tibet show rapid warming in the past 60 years; a connection to greenhouse warming is possible but not demonstrated. (See Thompson article, PROF. PUBS./EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE, thisGlobal Climate Change Digest issue--Feb. 1990.)

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