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WMO and Global Warming, 24 pp., 1991. An illustrated brochure with basic information including atmospheric monitoring techniques, present and future greenhouse gas concentrations, global warming rates, and research and applications of the World Climate Program. Order for $7 + $4 handling from WMO Public. Ctr., Amer. Meteor. Soc., 45 Beacon St., Boston MA 02108; or contact WMO, POB 5, CH-1211 Geneva 20, Switz.

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Science Capsules are a series of pull-out, illustrated reviews of science topics related to global change in a form that can be easily reproduced for classroom or reference use. They will appear in all future issues of the quarterly EarthQuest, available at no charge from the Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Sciences. Topics published so far are the Earth's temperature history, radiatively active gases, and the ozone layer and humans. Contact OIES, Univ. Corp. Atmos. Res., POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307 (303-497-1682).

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Available from Environ. Defense Fund, 257 Park Ave. South, New York NY 10010 (212-505-2100):

Protecting the Ozone Layer: What You Can Do, S.L. Clark, 32 pp., 1991, $2. A citizen and community guide to reducing the use of ozone-depleting chemicals.

Fighting Global Warming: 29 Things You Can Do, S.L. Clark, 1991. Published jointly with Consumer Reports Books. Discusses energy conservation in the home, in personal transportation and in waste minimization. Free with $10 donation to EDF.

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European Arctic Stratospheric Ozone Experiment (EASOE), 1991. Booklet describing this cooperative field experiment. Contact J.A. Pyle, EORCU, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge CB3 0ET, UK; or H. Ott, DG XII/E-1, CEC, Square de Meeus 8, B-1040 Brussels, Belg.

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Coal and Our Environment, 33 pp., 1991. Illustrated booklet containing a four-page section on the relationship of coal use to the climate change debate. Available from Nat. Coal Assoc., 1130 17th St. NW, Washington DC 20036 (202-463-2625).

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Glossary: Climate Change Lexicon, 130 pp. Defines terms, discusses related topics and programs. Contact Arno Rosemarin, Stockholm Environ. Inst., Box 2142, S-103 14 Stockholm, Swed.

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