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FROM VOLUME 5, NUMBER 12, DECEMBER 1992

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
NORTHWESTERN NORTH AMERICA

Special Issue: Northwest Environ. J., 7(2), Fall-Winter 1991, consists of review and synthesis articles concerning climate change in the region, written by experts in a variety of fields but readable by nonspecialists. Single copies, $19 (postpaid U.S.). Published by Inst. Environ. Studies, Eng. Annex, FM-12, Univ. Washington, Seattle WA 98195.

"Predicting Climate Change for the Pacific Northwest," C. Leovy (Dept. Atmos. Sci., Univ. Washington, AK-40, Seattle WA 98195), E.S. Sarachik, 169-201.

"Biological Feedbacks to Climate Change: Terrestrial Ecosystems as Sinks and Sources of Carbon and Nitrogen," D.A. Perry (Dept. For. Sci., Oregon State Univ., Corvallis OR 98331), J.G. Borchers et al., 203-232.

"Effects of Global Climatic Change on Forests in Northwestern North America," J.F. Franklin (College For. Resour., Univ. Washington, AR-10, Seattle WA 98195), F.J. Swanson et al., 233-254.

"Planning for Climate Change in National Parks and Other Natural Areas," D.J. Parsons (Sequoia Nat. Pk., Nat. Parks Serv., Three Rivers CA 93271), 255-269.

"The Effect of Climate Change on Stream Environments: The Salmonid Resource of the Columbia River," D.A. Neitzel (Battelle Pac. Northwest Lab., Richland WA 99352), M.J. Scott et al., 271-293.

"Climatic Change and Fisheries: What Are the Real Issues?" R.C. Francis (Sch. Fisheries, Univ. Washington, (WH-10), Seattle WA 98195), T.H. Sibley, 295-307.

"Energy Efficiency--A 'No Regrets' Response to Global Climate Change for Washington State," R.H. Watson (State Energy Off., 809 Legion Way SE, Olympia WA 98504), R. Byers, J. Lesser, 309-328.

"Policy Implications of Global Warming for the Northwest," R.G. Fleagle (Dept. Atmos. Sci., Univ. Washington, AK-40, Seattle WA 98195), 329-343.

"Research Notes and Comments," 345-382. Contain short items from several scientists working in the region on these topics: terrestrial and atmospheric research, marine research, education, policy analysis.

"A Conversation with Gordon A. McBean: Global Climate Change," C. Leovy (Dept. Atmos. Sci., Univ. Washington, AK-40, Seattle WA 98195), 383-395.

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