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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
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FROM VOLUME 9, NUMBER 3, MARCH 1996

REPORTS...
CLIMATE CHANGE SCIENCE: GENERAL


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Experts' Workshop on Critical Issues in the Science of Global Climate Change, 24 pp., 1995. Contact IPIECA (Intl. Petroleum Indus. Environ. Conserv. Assoc.), Monmouth Hse., 87-93 Westbourne Grove, London W2 4UL (tel: 44 171 221 2026; fax: 44 171 229 4948).

Proceedings of a workshop (Oct. 1994, Woods Hole, Mass.), which highlighted the uncertainties that need to be resolved whenever estimates of the potential impacts of climate change are discussed. Four panel sessions were held, including one on the capabilities and limitations of general circulation models.


Item #d96mar65

The NASA Science Communications Strategy. The Final Report of the NASA Science Communications Working Group. Available through the Internet by using a web browser at URL: http://dlt.gsfc.nasa.gov/cordova/scicom. html.

Underscores the Agency's commitment to improving the way science is communicated to the public, and outlines a strategy for developing programs for scientific communications.

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