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

FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBER 7, JULY 1994

BOOKS AND PROCEEDINGS... IMPACTS


Item #d94jul155

Global and Regional Climate Interactions: The Caspian Sea Experience, S.N. Rodionov, 1994, $86/Dfl.150 (Kluwer).

A substantially updated version of a Russian edition published in 1989. Analyzes regional climatic processes, the interaction between regional and hemispheric climates, and forecasts of the level of the Caspian Sea, viewed as model of possible environmental and societal impacts of anticipated sea level rise from global warming.


Item #d94jul156

Global Climate Change: Its Implications for Crop Protection, D. Atkinson, Ed., 102 pp., 1993 (British Crop Protection Council); 18.50 through NHBS.

Proceedings of a symposium (Brighton, U.K., Nov. 1993) hosted by the Council. Topics include climate models, world food supply, soil and biological processes.


Item #d94jul157

Global Climate Change: The Ecological Consequences, F.L. Woodward, 352 pp., 1993, 31 (Academic). Originally published as Advances in Ecological Res., Vol. 22.

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