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DOE Research Summaries are occasional, four-page synopses of the results of current work funded by the U.S. Department of Energy's Carbon Dioxide Research Program. Data are presented in considerable detail, but are not generally for citation until published more formally. To be on the mailing list (no charge) contact Carbon Dioxide Info. Analysis Ctr., U.S. Dept. Energy, Oak Ridge Nat. Lab., Oak Ridge TN 37831 (615-574-0390). Recent issues include:

Testing for Trend in the Global Temperature Data, W.A. Woodward, H.L. Gray, Apr. 1992

Aerosols, Clouds, and Climate, J.G. Hudson, Feb. 1992

Recent Rise of the Nighttime Temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere, G. Kukla, T.R. Karl, Jan. 1992

Doubling CO2 Triples Growth Rate of Sour Orange Trees, S.B. Idso, B.A. Kimball, Dec. 1991

The MINK Study: The Regional Effects of Changing CO2 and Climate, M.J. Scott, Nov. 1991

Mechanisms Controlling the Production and Transport of Methane, Carbon Dioxide, and Dissolved Solutes within a Large Boreal Peat Basin, D.I. Siegal, P.H. Glaser, June 1991

The Global Temperature Record for 1990, P.D. Jones, T.M.L. Wigley, Apr. 1991

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