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Item #d88aug11

Natural Hazards--An International Journal of Hazards Research and Prevention. Contact D. Reidel Publ. Co., PO Box 17, 3300 AA Dordrecht, Holland.

Debuted in spring, 1988, it is devoted to original research on the physical aspects of natural hazards, the statistics of forecasting catastrophic events, risk assessment, and the nature of precursors of natural and/or technological hazards. Hazards of interest are atmospheric, climatological, man-made and technological. Emphasis is on both analytical and statistical techniques and case studies. "Hazards Forum" includes contributions from policy makers on social and political aspects of national hazards.

Item #d88aug12

Global and Planetary Change. Contact Elsevier Science Publishers, POB 330, 1000 AH Amsterdam, The Neth.

The first issue of this daughter journal to Palaeogeography/climatology/ecology is scheduled for fall 1988. It will focus on the record of change in earth history and the prospect of future changes. Among the topics covered will be changes in the chemical composition of the oceans and atmosphere, climate and sea level changes, human geography and global ecology. Articles should be aimed at a broad readership to foster an interdisciplinary understanding of the earth as a system.

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