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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBER 4, APRIL 1994

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...

  • SEA LEVEL: IMPACTS

Item #d94apr72

"Sea-Level Rise: Destruction of Threatened and Endangered Species Habitat in South Carolina," R.C. Daniels (Environ. Sci. Div., Oak Ridge Natl. Lab., Oak Ridge TN 37831), T.W. White, K.K. Chapman, Environ. Mgmt., 17(3), 373-385, May-June 1993. Examines impacts at regional, state and local scales.


Item #d94apr73

"Coastal Erosion--An Escalating Environmental Threat," H. Hanson, G. Lindh, Ambio, 22(4), 188-195, June 1993. (See GCCD, Mar. 1994.)


Item #d94apr74

"Evolution of the Caspian Sea Coasts Under Conditions of Sea Level Rise: Model for Coastal Change Under Increasing Greenhouse Effect," Y.I. Ignatov (Fac. Geog., Lomonosov State Univ., Moscow 119899, Russ.), P.A. Kaplin et al., J. Coastal Res., 9(1), 104-111, Winter 1993. The coastal zone response to the rise of the Caspian Sea since 1978 is a natural model of future coastal behavior due to global warming.

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