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"Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Environmental Consequences and Policy Response," M. Oppenheimer (Guest Ed.), Clim. Change, 15(1/2), 337 pp., Oct. 1989. Contains revised and updated peer-reviewed papers from two workshops (Villach, Austria, and Bellagio, Italy) convened by the Beijer Institute of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. For single volume price information contact Kluwer Academic Publishers (POB 17, 3300 AA Dordrecht, Neth., or POB 358, Accord Sta., Hingham MA 02018).

"Developing Policies for Responding to Climatic Change--An Editorial," M. Oppenheimer (Environ. Defense Fund, 257 Park Ave. S, New York NY 10010), 5-14.

"Uncertainties of Estimates of Climatic Change: A Review," R.E. Dickinson (NCAR, POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307), 6-14.

"Transient Climatic Response to an Increase of Greenhouse Gases," L.D. Harvey (Dept. Geog., Univ. Toronto, Toronto M5S 1A1, Can.), 15-30.

"The Warming of the Industrialized Middle Latitudes 1985-2050: Causes and Consequences," G.M. Woodwell (Woods Hole Ctr., POB 296, Woods Hole MA 02543), 31-50.

"Climate Change and Mid-Latitudes Agriculture: Perspectives on Consequences and Policy Responses," P. Crosson (Resour. for the Future, 1616 P St. NW, Washington DC 20036), 51-74.

"Lags in Vegetation Response to Greenhouse Warming," M.B. Davis (Dept. Ecol., Univ. Minn., Minneapolis MN 55455), 75-82.

"Adapting Water Resources Management to Global Climate Change," P. Williams (Philip Williams & Assoc., Pier 35, The Embarcadero, San Francisco CA 94133), 83-94.

"An Assessment of the Effects of Climatic Change on Agriculture," M.L. Parry, T.R. Carter (Dept. Geog., Univ. Birmingham, POB 363, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK), 95-116.

"Global Warming and the Coastal Zone: Some Effects on Sites and Activities," J.E. Bardach (Environ. Policy Inst., East-West Ctr., 1777 East West Rd., Honolulu HI 96848), 117-150.

"A Projection of Future Sea Level," J. Oerlemans (Inst. Meteor. Oceanog., Univ. Utrecht, Princetonplein 5, Utrecht, Neth.), 151-174.

"Sea Level Rise, Consequences and Policies," P. Vellinga (Ministry Housing, Phys. Planning and Environ., POB 450, 2260 MB Leidschendam, Neth.), S.P. Leatherman, 175-189.

"Impacts of Carbon Dioxide Warming on Climate and Man in the Semi-Arid Tropics," J.A. Mabbutt (RMB 218B Wattamolla Rd., Berry, NSW 2535, Australia), 191-221.

"Climate Change: High Latitude Regions," E.F. Roots (Dept. Environ., Ottawa, K1A 0H3, Can.), 223-253.

"Emissions Control and Reduction," J.A. Laurmann (Marine Sci. Inst., Univ. Calif., Santa Barbara, 3372 Martin Rd., Carmel CA 93923), 271-298.

"Can Market Mechanisms Ameliorate the Effects of Long-Term Climate Change?" C. Weiss Jr. (Intl. Technol. Mgmt. Finance Inc., 1200 18th St. NW, S. 610, Washington DC 20036), 299-307.

"The Implications of Global Climatic Changes for International Security," P.H. Gleick (Pacific Inst., 1681 Shattuck Ave., S. H, Berkeley CA 94709), 309-325.

"Climate Change, Intergenerational Equity and International Law: An Introductory Note," E. Brown Weiss (Georgetown Univ. Law Ctr., 600 New Jersey Ave. NW, Washington DC 20001), 327-335.

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