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FROM VOLUME 6, NUMBER 6, JUNE 1993

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
SPECIAL ISSUE: NATO WORKSHOP ON METHANE


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Chemosphere, 26(1-4), Jan.-Feb. 1993 (Pergamon Press) contains a coordinated and heavily reviewed collection of 55 papers from the NATO Advanced Research Workshop Atmospheric Methane: Sources, Sinks and Role in Global Change, held Oct. 1991 near Portland, Oregon. Papers are grouped under the following topics: measurement and research techniques; mass balance issues; sources (ruminants and other animals, rice agriculture, wetlands, landfills, energy and industrial sources, minor sources); removal processes; and the environmental role of methane and future trends. These papers represent the trend of current research, and complement a collection of reviews on the methane cycle developed at the workshop, to appear in a book being published this year by Springer-Verlag (Heidelberg) with M.A.K. Khalil as Editor.

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