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Thirteen papers from the Chapman Conference on the Hydrologic Aspects of Global Climate Change (Lake Chelan, Washington, June 1990) constitute J. Geophys. Res., 97(D3), Feb. 28, 1992. They fall into four general areas: representation of land surfaces in climate models; assessments of the quality of GCM simulations; methods for transcending the scale differences for hydrological effects studies; and case studies of the hydrologic effects of climate change.

"Hydrologic Models and Climate Change," J.C.I. Dooge (Ctr. Water Resour. Res., Univ. College, Earlsfort Terr., Dublin 2, Ireland), 2677-2686.

"Land-Surface Schemes for Future Climate Models: Specification, Aggregation and Heterogeneity," A. Henderson-Sellers (Sch. Earth Sci., Macquarie Univ., N. Clyde, N.S.W., 2109 Australia), A.J. Pitman, 2687-2696.

"Modeling the Land Surface Boundary in Climate Models as a Composite of Independent Vegetation Stands," R.D. Koster (NASA-Goddard, Greenbelt MD 20771), M.J. Suarez, 2697-2715.

"A Land-Surface Hydrology Parameterization with Subgrid Variability for General Circulation Models," E.F. Wood (Dept. Civil Eng., Princeton Univ., Princeton NJ 08544), D.P. Lettenmaier, V.G. Zartarian, 2717-2728.

"Conceptual Aspects of a Statistical-Dynamical Approach to Represent Landscape Subgrid-Scale Heterogeneities in Atmospheric Models," R. Avissar (Dept. Meteor., Cook College, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick NJ 08903), 2729-2742.

"Bayesian Relative Information Measure: A Tool for Analyzing the Outputs of General Circulation Models," M.E. Moss (U.S. Geol. Survey, 1675 W. Anklam Rd., Tucson AZ 85745), 2743-2755.

"The Impact of Global Warming on River Runoff," J.R. Miller (Dept. Meteor., Cook College, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick NJ 08903), G.L. Russell, 2757-2764.

"The Influence of Atmospheric Moisture Transport on the Fresh Water Balance of the Atlantic Drainage Basin: General Circulation Model Simulations and Observations," F. Zaucker (Lamont-Doherty Geol. Observatory, Columbia Univ., Palisades NY 10964), W.S. Broecker, 2765-2773.

"A Comparison of Observations and Model Simulations of Tropospheric Water Vapor," D.J. Gaffen (ARL, NOAA, Silver Spring MD 20910), T.P. Barnett, 2775-2780.

"Use of Weather Types to Disaggregate General Circulation Model Predictions," L.E. Hay (Water Resour. Div., U.S. Geol. Survey, MS-412, POB 25046, Denver CO 80225), G.J. McCabe Jr. et al., 2781-2790.

"A Hierarchical Stochastic Model of Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation Patterns and Multiple Station Daily Precipitation," L.L. Wilson (Dept. Civil Eng., FX-10, Univ. Washington, Seattle WA 98195), D.P. Lettenmaier, E. Skyllingstad, 2791-2809.

"Potential Response of an Arctic Watershed during a Period of Global Warming," L.D. Hinzman (Water Res. Ctr., Inst. Northern Eng., Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks AK 99775), D.L. Kane, 2811-2820.

"Sensitivity of Groundwater Recharge Estimates to Climate Variability and Change, Columbia Plateau, Washington," J.J. Vaccaro (U.S. Geol. Survey, 1201 Pacific Ave., S. 600, Tacoma WA 98402), 2821-2833.

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