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Item #d91aug14

"Climate: Economic Models and Policy on Global Warming," A. Miller (Ctr. Global Change, Univ. Maryland, College Pk. MD 20742), Environ., 33(6), 3-5; 43-44, July-Aug. 1991.

Despite the emphasis U.S. policymakers have placed on the substantial costs of reducing greenhouse gas emissions as predicted by economic models, there has been surprisingly little discussion of the validity of such models; closer examination is long overdue. Discusses in detail key assumptions and characteristics of models used.

Item #d91aug15

"A Message to Executives and Shareholders of E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Co. and Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.," P. McCully, The Ecologist, 21(3), 114-116, May-June 1991. These two firms must reign in their plans to produce CFCs and ozone-depleting CFC substitutes, especially in light of new evidence of ozone depletion announced in April, or be held accountable by the public.

Item #d91aug16

Letter from R. Revelle (Scripps Inst. Oceanog.) critical of a previous article on the Heard Island sound experiment, Science, 253(5016), 118, July 12, 1991.

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