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

FROM VOLUME 8, NUMBER 10, OCTOBER 1995

BOOKS AND PROCEEDINGS...
MITIGATION


Item #d95oct98

Carbon Dioxide Removal from Coal-Fired Power Plants, C. Hendriks, 250 pp., 1995, $125/NLG 195/GBP 82 (Kluwer).

Describes three methods of capturing CO2 from flue gases and two methods based on modification of an integrated coal gasifier combined cycle plant. Discusses technology, energy use, cost calculations, global storage potentials, and underground storage of CO2.


Item #d95oct99

Keeping It Green: Tropical Forestry Opportunities for Mitigating Climate Change, M.C. Trexler, C. Haugen, 52 pp., Mar. 1995, $14.95 (WRI; distributed outside the Americas by Earthscan).

Links knowledge gained from past forestry techniques for mitigation with expectations for their future effectiveness. Shows that there is a vast difference between the amount of land technically available for forestry projects and their realistic potential to mitigate global warming. Gives forest profiles for 54 tropical countries.

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