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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
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FROM VOLUME 4, NUMBER 11, NOVEMBER 1991

NEWS...
LESSONS FROM NAPAP


Item #d91nov101

The conclusion of the original ten-year phase of the U.S. National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program has prompted evaluations of its success as a large program of research intended to form the basis for policy decisions. The following documents address this question, which has important implications for climate change research as well.

"Benefit-Cost Implications of Acid Rain Controls: An Evaluation of the NAPAP Integrated Assessment" (see Prof. Pubs./General Interest and Policy, this Global Climate Change Digest issue--Nov. 1991).

The Experience and Legacy of NAPAP--Report of the Oversight Review Board of the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program (see Reports/General Interest and Policy, this Global Climate Change Digest issue--Nov. 1991).

"Learning from the Acid Rain Program," Science, pp. 1474-1475, June 14, 1991 (several letters).

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