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Item #d90jul48

Soils and the Greenhouse Effect, A.F. Bouwman, Ed., 596 pp., Apr. 1990, $91/£46.50/Dfl. 160/DM 150 (ISRIC/Wiley).

This conference proceedings covers the present status and future trends concerning the effects of soils and vegetation on the fluxes of greenhouse gases, surface energy balance and water balance.

Item #d90jul49

Exchange of Trace Gases between Terrestrial Ecosystems and the Atmosphere (Dahlem Life Science Res. Rep. 47), M.O. Andreae, D.S. Shimel, Eds., 364 pp., Dec. 1989, $92/£50 (Wiley).

Explores the relationships among soil microbes, the plant canopy, and the physical and chemical dynamics in the atmospheric boundary layer, which together control the direction and rate of trace gas exchange. Discusses problems of measurement and extrapolation in a series of review chapters and group discussion reports.

Item #d90jul50

Changing Composition of the Troposphere--Special Environmental Report No. 17 (WMO No. 724), 214 pp., 1989, $30 + $4 shipping (AMS/WMO).

Contains extended abstracts of over seventy papers presented at the WMO Technical Conference on the Monitoring and Assessment of Changing Composition of the Troposphere (Sofia, Bulgaria, October 1989).

Item #d90jul51

Remote Sensing of Atmosphere and Oceans, E. Raschke et al., Eds., 474 pp., Sep. 1989, $70 (Pergamon).

Proceedings of Symposium 1 and the Topical Meeting of the COSPAR Interdisciplinary Scientific Commission A (Meetings A1, A2) of the COSPAR Twenty-Seventh Plenary Meeting (Espoo, Finland, July 1988). The 63 papers presented highlighted the status of space-based measurement techniques for the Global Change Program. (Previously published as Adv. in Space Res., 9(7).)

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