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FROM VOLUME 4, NUMBER 11, NOVEMBER 1991

PERIODICALS...
EARTHQUEST SCIENCE CAPSULES


Item #d91nov64

The Spring 1991 issue of EarthQuest, A quarterly issued at no charge by the Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Sciences (OIES), began a series of pull-out Science Capsules. These are illustrated reviews of topics related to global change in a form that can be easily reproduced for classroom or reference use, and will appear in all future issues. The first capsule comprises "Changes in Time in the Temperature of the Earth," and a chart of the characteristics of "Atmospheric Gases That Are Radiatively Active and of Significance to Global Change." Contact OIES, Univ. Corp. Atmos. Res., POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307.

Also in this issue of EarthQuest:

  • "Global Change: Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going?" J.A. Eddy (Director, OIES), pp. 1-3. Among the points made: global change is more than just climate change, and support needed to understand a changing planet should never be tied to an unequivocal announcement of a monotonic global warming

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