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FROM VOLUME 5, NUMBER 4, APRIL 1992

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
TELLUS SPECIAL ISSUE

Fifteen papers from a symposium dedicated to the scientific career of Bert Bolin constitute Vol. 43A-B, No. 4 of Tellus, Aug.-Sep. 1991. The following are particularly related to climate change:

"Ocean Circulation and Climate Change," H. Hasselmann, 82-103.

"Poleward Heat Transport in the Ocean. A Review of a Hierarchy of Models of Increasing Resolution," K. Bryan, 104-115.

"On the Ocean Heat Engine, Stiffness of Chaotic Systems and Climate Prediction," P. Welander, 116-120.

"On the Control of the Carbon-Oxygen System," G. Walin, 121-135.

"The Changing Photochemistry of the Troposphere," P.J. Crutzen, P.H. Zimmermann, 136-151.

"Perturbation of the Northern Hemisphere Balance by Backscattering from Anthropogenic Sulfate Aerosols," R.J. Charlson, J. Langner et al., 152-163.

"Some Soviet Measurements of Trace Gases," G.S. Golitsyn, E.I. Grechko et al., 164-175.

"Global Change and Terrestrial Hydrology--A Review," R.E. Dickinson, 176-181.

"Global Change. Past, Present and Future," T.F. Malone, 182-187.

"Terrestrial Biogeochemical Cycles: Global Interactions with the Atmosphere and Hydrology," D.S. Schimel, T.G.F. Kittel, W.J. Parton, 188 ff.

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