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The following reports are included in SEI's Sep. 1991 publications list and have not been previously listed in Global Climate Change Digest. Inquire for price from Info. Off., SEI, Box 2142, S-10314, Stockholm, Swed.

Assessing the Cost of Adapting to Sea Level Rise--A Case Study of San Francisco Bay, P. Gleick, 57 pp., 1990.

Biomass Energy, Welfare and the CO2 Problem, G. Leach, 10 pp., 1990.

Carbon Dioxide Emission Strategies: Africa, G. Leach, 32 pp., 1990.

Cutting Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Poland and the United Kingdom, G. Leach, Z. Nowak, 82 pp., 1990.

Accountability for Climate Change, S. Subak, 35 pp., 1990.

Accounts for Greenhouse Gases: Towards the Design of Fair Assessments, S. Subak, W.C. Clark, 1990.

Uncertainty, Climate Change and the Economic Value of Information: An Economic Methodology for Evaluating the Timing and Relative Efficacy of Alternative Responses to Climate Change, G.W. Yohe, 57 pp., 1990.

The Challenge of Sustainable Development in a Greenhouse World: Some Visions of the Future, J. J├Ąger, N. Sonntag et al., 112 pp., 1991.

Current Greenhouse Gas Accounts: Anthropogenic Sources and Sinks, S. Subak, P. Raskin, D. von Hippel, 1991 (in prep.).

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