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Item #d92jul20

Correspondence from Anderson, Charlson and Coakley (Nature, p. 105, May 14, 1992) refutes a previous article by Lave et al., which claimed that the global climate research programs in the U.S. and Europe will not contribute to policy decisions.

Item #d92jul21

"Hiding from the Midday Sun," Nature, 356(6371), 643-644, Apr. 23, 1992. Suggests that a tax of $100,000 per kilogram would help limit the greenhouse contributions of CFCs.

Item #d92jul22

"The Economic Impacts, Costs and Opportunities of Global Warming," A. Perry (Dept. Geog., Univ. Coll. Swansea, Swansea SA2 8PP, UK), Prog. Phys. Geog., 16(1), 97-100, 1992. A progress report and perspective on recent impact studies and the outlook for developing nations.

Item #d92jul23

"Policy Advice on Greenhouse-Induced Climatic Change: The Scientist's Dilemma," A. Henderson-Sellers (Sch. Earth Sci., Macquarie Univ., North Ryde, N.S.W. 2109, Australia), ibid., 15(1), 53-70, 1991.

Tries to explain the predicament facing many atmospheric scientists when their views on greenhouse issues are requested, with frequent reference to the report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Item #d92jul24

"Man-Induced Global Change of Climate: The IPCC Findings and Continuing Uncertainty Regarding Preventive Action," B. Bolin (Arrhenius Lab., Meteor. Inst., Stockholm Univ., S-10691 Stockholm, Swed.), Environ. Conserv., 18(4), 297-303, Winter 1991-92.

The chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change uses key findings of the panel as a basis for comments on the need for a world energy policy and for international negotiations.

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