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FROM VOLUME 3, NUMBER 6, JUNE 1990

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Item #d90jun107

IGAC News. Presently issued semiannually by the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Program, a core component of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program, and aimed at atmospheric chemists concerned with global-scale problems. Available (no charge) from IGAC News, c/o CIRAC, 006 Steacie, York Campus, 4700 Keele St., North York, Ont. N3J 1P3, Can. (416-736-5586).


Item #d90jun108

IGBP News Letter. Issued three times a year by the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program Secretariat (Royal Swedish Acad. Sci., Box 50005, S-10405, Stockholm, Swed.). The 1990 No. 3 issue (16 pp.) discusses an IGBP meeting (West Berlin, November 1989) at which seven core projects were proposed, three of which have since been established (IGAC, JGOFS and PaGlo-Cha). Further projects were scheduled for discussion at the March 1990 meeting.


Item #d90jun109

CO2/Climate Report. Issued by the Climate Program Office, Atmospheric Environment Service, 4905 Dufferin St., Downsview, Ont. M3H 514, Can. Contains research program overviews, symposium reviews, report summaries and calendar. Among the entries in the Summer 1989 issue are a summary of the U.S. EPA recommendations on greenhouse warming policy actions, and the case for a relatively abrupt transition in the climate system.


Item #d90jun110

Atmosphere. Published quarterly by Friends of the Earth--U.S., 218 D St. SE, Washington DC 20003 (202-544-2600). Annual subscriptions: $15 individual; $25 corporate. A publication that promotes ozone protection; the March 1990/Winter issue focuses on increasing efforts to phase out CFCs and add methyl chloroform to the banned CFC list.


Item #d90jun111

EarthQuest. Issued quarterly (no charge) by the Office of Interdisciplinary Earth Sciences (OIES) of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. Contains research program overviews, profiles of participating university programs, report summaries and a calendar. The Winter 1990 (16 pp.) issue focuses on the U.S. Global Change Research Program framework priorities, identifying task groups and core projects. Contact OIES, UCAR, POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307.


Item #d90jun112

Environmental Research Newsletter. Published (free of charge) several times a year by the Commission of the European Communities (Attn: Myriam Borlè-Talpaert, Ed., Joint Res. Ctr., I-21020 Ispra (VA), Italy; tel: +39 332 789 724). The December 1989 issue includes the Climatology and Natural Hazards Research Program and outlines research programs in climate sensitivity and climate impacts. Also reviews the European Community Council Resolution 89/C 183/03 on the "Greenhouse Effect and the Community" adopted in June 1989.


Item #d90jun113

Change. Published quarterly (free of charge) by Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning and Environment, POB 20951, 2500 EZ The Hague, Neth. Examines changes in the atmosphere, climate, attitudes and policies in the Netherlands resulting from environmental problems.


Item #d90jun114

Climate Change Newsletter. The Department of Primary Industries & Energy (DPIE) of the Bureau of Rural Resources of Australia has inaugurated a newsletter to keep DPIE staff up-to-date with local and international research findings and with policy options for dealing with climate change. Contact Editor, Climate Change Newsletter, DPIE, GPO Box 858, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia.


Item #d90jun115

The Southern Commercial Forest Research Cooperative of the USDA-Forest Service is instituting a newsletter on global change activities. Contact the cooperative at 1509 Varsity Dr., Raleigh NC 27606 (919-737-3311).


Item #d90jun116

The Fifth Fuel. Issued quarterly by the Association for the Conservation of Energy (ACE), consisting of businesses active in the energy conservation industry interested in promoting a national awareness of the benefits of energy conservation and sensible national policy. Contact ACE at 9 Sherlock Mews, London W1M 3RH, UK (tel: 01 935 1495).

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