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FROM VOLUME 6, NUMBER 3, MARCH 1993

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
THE CARBON CYCLE: GENERAL


Item #d93mar48

"The Past and Present Cycle of Carbon on Our Planet," H.G. Schlegel (Inst. Mikrobiol., G. August Univ., Göttingen, Ger.), FEMS Microbiol. Rev., 103(2-4), 347-354, Dec. 1992.

An overview of the carbon cycle precedes discussion on how the anthropogenic contribution to atmospheric CO2 can be reduced by relying on renewable sources of starch, sugar and fats to produce the materials we currently derive from fossil sources.


Item #d93mar49

"Global Distribution of Photosynthetically Active Radiation as Observed from Satellites," R.T. Pinker (Dept. Meteor., Univ. Maryland, 2213 Computer Sci. Bldg., College Pk. MD 20742), I. Laszlo, J. Clim., 5(1), 56-65, Jan. 1992.

Discusses how photosynthetically active radiation, which strongly influences net primary productivity and carbon cycling, can now be measured on a global scale using ISCCP data.

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