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FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBER 6, JUNE 1994

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS... IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE: HEALTH AND POPULATION


Item #d94jun24

"Climatic Warming and Increased Malaria Incidence in Rwanda," M.E. Loevinsohn (Intl. Develop. Res. Ctr., 17 Jor Bagh, New Delhi 110 003, India), The Lancet, 343(8899), 714-718, Mar. 19, 1994.

Presents statistical evidence of climate-induced increases in the incidence of malaria. The patterns of future climatic warming between day and night will be critical to future incidence.


Item #d94jun25

"Secular Changes in the Short-Term Preventive, Positive, and Temperature Checks to Population Growth in Europe, 1460 to 1909," P.R. Galloway (Dept. Demography, Univ. Calif., 2232 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley CA 94720), Clim. Change, 26(1), 3-63, Jan. 1994.

Explores the sensitivity of society to exogenous environmental shocks. Comparison of data for births, marriages, deaths, grain prices to quarterly temperatures supports the existence of short-term checks to population growth.

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