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Published July 1988 through June 1999



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International Journal of Geographical Information Systems. Taylor & Francis Inc. (242 Cherry St., Philadelphia PA 19106; 215-238-0939); $53.

A quarterly providing information concerning GIS technical and research activities including the design of databases, improvements in graphic output, more efficient digitizing, methods of spatial analysis, principles for the construction and implementation of large GIS, and the development of knowledge-based systems. Will include papers, letters, international reviews, book reviews, news, conference reports and a calendar.

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Natural Hazards, M.I. El-Sabh, G. Schneider, Ed. Kluwer Academic Pub. (Order Dept. M, POB 358, Accord Station, Hingham MA 02018; 617-871-6600). Inst. rate $127.50, indiv. rate $59.

An international and interdisciplinary journal of hazards research and prevention presented in these sections: General, Atmospheric, Climatological, Oceanographic, Storm Surges, Tsunamis, Floods, Snow, Avalanches, Landslides, Erosion, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Man-Made, Technological and Risk Assessment. Features will include records of recent hazards, letters to the editors, a calendar and contributions on the social and political aspects of natural hazards.

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European Environmental Review, C. Whitehead, Ed. (23 Av. Gl. Eisenhower, B-1030, Brussels, Belg.)

Intended as a multidisciplinary forum for information and views on international environmental policy, and dedicated to strengthening links among persons working in government, industry, science, trade unions and non-governmental organizations. Published quarterly in English, French and German.

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