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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 5, NUMBER 7, JULY 1992

BOOKS AND PROCEEDINGS...
IMPACTS OF CHANGE


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Climate Variability, Climate Change and Fisheries, M.H. Glantz, Ed., 440 pp., 1992, $59.95 (Cambridge).

Addresses the potential implications of global warming on fisheries and the societies that depend on them, through 15 integrated case studies from around the globe, presented by an interdisciplinary group of researchers. Uses the "forecasting by analogy" approach, which draws on experiences from the recent past in coping with impacts of regional fluctuations in the abundance or availability of living marine resources.


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Mountain World in Danger: Climate Change in the Forests and Mountains of Europe, S. Nilsson, D. Pitt, 196 pp., 1991 (Earthscan).

Published through Earthscan for Alp Action, the Bellerive Foundation and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, this book draws on a variety of scientific contributors to summarize probable future scenarios and the responses they demand on the international, regional and local scales. Aimed at decision makers, scientists, the interested public and others.


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Spring Fever, P. Gates, 248 pp., 1991, 14.99 (Harper Collins).

Examines the effect of global warming on the flora and fauna of Britain, and related changes such as implications of the widespread cultivation of biomass fuel sources. Reviewed by F. Pearce in New Scientist, p. 47, May 2, 1992.


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Rio Grande Basin Global Climate Change Scenarios, W. Stone et al., Eds. (New Mexico Water Resour. Res. Inst., Las Cruces, N.M.), 127 pp., June 1991. NTIS: PB92-106293; $26.

Proceedings of a workshop/conference (Albuquerque, N.M., June 1990). Contents include approaches to the regional problem, information and research needs, organizational, political and funding perspectives.

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