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"Global Change: Issues for the Southern Hemisphere" is a special issue of Clim. Change, 18(2-3), Apr. 1991, edited by B.H. Walker and R.G. Dickson (CSIRO, Div. Wildlife, Lyneham ACT 2602, Australia). It constitutes proceedings of a conference organized by the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program (Mbabane, Swaziland, Dec. 1988) to identify the important physical, biological and socioeconomic factors that distinguish the Southern from the Northern Hemisphere. (Copies available from Kluwer Acad. Pub.)

"Global Change: Issues for the Southern Hemisphere," B.H. Walker (addr. above), R.G. Dickson, 115-119.

"Energy Input to the Earth," W. Livingston (Nat. Solar Observ., NOAA, POB 26732, Tucson AZ 85726), 121-129.

"Changes in Atmospheric Chemistry and the Greenhouse Effect: A Southern Hemisphere Perspective," G.I. Pearman (CSIRO, Div. Atmos. Res., PMB 1, Mordialloc, Vic. 3195, Australia), 131-146.

"The Nature and Significance of the Feedback of Changes in Terrestrial Vegetation on Global Atmospheric and Climatic Change," R.D. Graetz (CSIRO, Div. Wildlife, POB 84, Lyneham, ACT 2602, Australia), 147-173.

"Ocean Circulation and Ocean-Atmosphere Exchanges," B.R. Stanton (New Zealand Oceanog. Inst., Kilbirnie, Wellington, N.Z.), 175-194.

"Confidence in Modelling Future Climate: A Southern Hemisphere Perspective," G.B. Tucker (CSIRO, Div. Atmos. Res., PB 1, Mordialloc 3195, Vic., Australia), 195-204.

"Southern Hemisphere Climate Scenarios," A.B. Pittock (CSIRO, Div. Atmos. Res., addr. above), M.H. Salinger, 205-222.

"Climate Change Predictions for South America," J.J. Burgos (Univ. Buenos Aires, CIBIOM (CONICET), Argentina), H.F. Ponce, L.C.B. Molion, 223-239.

"Climatic Change in Southern Africa: Past and Present Conditions and Possible Future Scenarios," P.D. Tyson (Clim. Res. Group, Univ. Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 2001 S. Africa), 241-258.

"Climate Scenarios for 2010 and 2050 AD Australia and New Zealand," M.J. Salinger (New Zealand Meteor. Serv., POB 722, Wellington, N.Z.), A.B. Pittock, 259-269.

"Antarctica and Global Change," W.F. Budd (Dept. Meteor., Univ. Melbourne Parkville, 3052, Australia), 271-299.

"Ecological Consequences of Atmospheric and Climate Change," B.H. Walker (CSIRO, Div. Wildlife, POB 84, Lyneham, ACT 2602, Australia), 301-316.

"Sea-Level Changes: Consequences for the Southern Hemisphere," J.R.E. Lutjeharms (Dept. Oceanog., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, S. Africa), 317-337.

"Consequences of Global Change for Oceans: A Review," P.A. Bernal (Inst. de Fomento Pesquero, Casilla 1287, Santiago, Chile), 339-359.

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