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Materials for College Freshman. An interdisciplinary group of university professors is developing materials for teaching physical, chemical and biological aspects of global change to college freshmen (and eventually high school students), with organization by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and funding by the National Science Foundation. Goals are to inform students, teach them fundamental scientific concepts, and inspire some of them to choose science as a career. For further information contact John Firor, NCAR Advanced Study Program, POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307 (303-497-1600).

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Integration of Environmental Education into General University Teaching in Europe, C. Susanne, L. Hens, D. Deruyst, Eds., 396 pp., 1989, BF 650/Dfl. 41/$19. VUB/Press, Pleinlaan 2, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium.

A proceedings of a conference (Brussels, June 1989) containing 29 papers that illustrate the integration of environmental and ecological concepts in university teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

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