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Quantifying and Minimizing Uncertainty of Climate Forcing by Anthropogenic Aerosols (DOE/NBB-0092T), J.E. Penner (Livermore Natl. Lab.), R.J. Charlson et al., 53 pp., Mar. 1993.

Authors from ten laboratories evaluate previous estimates of the clear-sky radiative forcing of anthropogenic sulfate aerosols and organic aerosols from biomass burning. Defines research strategy for improving the estimates which, if implemented, should allow these effects to be incorporated into climate models within the next several years.

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Overview of the DOE Atmospheric Chemistry Program's Ozone Project (DOE/ER-0575T), 51 pp., Jan. 1993.

Describes the background, initial design and initial plans for the DOE Ozone Project, intended to increase the Department's participation in energy policy formulation related to stratospheric and tropospheric ozone trends.

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Climate Change and Related Activities (DOE/PE-0105P), 17 pp., 1992.

A brief description of the Department's scientific research, technology development, policy studies and international cooperation related to climate change.

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Global Change Research: Summaries of Research in FY 1992 (DOE/ER-0565T), 178 pp., Oct. 1992.

Describes projects in the Quantitative Links (earth science) and Atmospheric Radiation Programs, as well as "Information and Integration," intended to communicate research results to policy makers and others. Other projects involve climate modeling, global carbon cycle, oceans research, global change education.

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Atmospheric Sciences Program: Summaries of Research in FY 1992 (DOE/ER-0568T), 47 pp., Nov. 1992.

Describes goals, research approach, progress to date and research personnel for the individual projects supported by the Program.

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