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Global Climate Change Digest

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

FROM VOLUME 10, NUMBER 6, JUNE 1997

GCC ONLINE...
NEWSLETTERS, PART 1

An occasional column
on Internet resources
by
Fred Stoss
Biological Sciences Librarian,
State University
of New York at Buffalo
E-mail: fstoss@acsu.buffalo.edu.

Newsletters provide quick dissemination of information on focused topics and issues. Their content varies greatly, and can reflect the particular viewpoint or agenda of the publication's editor, publisher, producer, or funder.

Newsletters provide overviews of programs, policy reports, activities, services, product developments, funding opportunities, trade initiatives, white papers, and institutional research. They have traditionally not been routinely captured by indexing and abstracting services, but are given their own treatment in newsletter databases, such as those of the Bureau of National Affairs, LEXIS/NEXIS, NewsNet, PTS Newsletter Database, and Westlaw.

To help them keep abreast of fast-paced activities in the global change area, newsletters are widely read by researchers, policy makers, program and project managers and others. The newsletter also provides a critical function as a bibliographic surrogate by announcing the availability of databases, data files, reports, policy documents, and other non-traditional (fugitive or "gray") literature, weeks or months before such materials make their way into other bibliographic databases.

The following begins a list of newsletters that are available at no cost via the Internet and the World Wide Web. This list will be continued in future issues of the Global Climate Change Digest, and readers may propose candidates for future entries to Fred Stoss at fstoss@acsu.buffalo.edu.

AMS Newsletter

http://atm.geo.nsf.gov/AMS/newsltr/

This is the official newsletter of the American Meteorological Association and provides broad coverage of news, policy and research related to meteorology, including climate and climate change.

Arid Lands Newsletter

http://ag.arizona.edu/OALS/ALN/ALNHome.html

The Office of Arid Lands Studies at the University of Arizona's College of Agriculture supports this site, which covers desertification, constraining geographic borders, computing and the Web, biodiversity conservation, desert architecture, and literature citations.

BAHC News

http://www.pik-potsdam.de/~bahc/newslett.www

This is the newsletter of Biospheric Aspects of the Hydrological Cycle (BAHC), a Core Project of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program (IGBP).

CADDET Energy Efficiency Newsletter

http://www.caddet-ee.org/caddp1.htm

A quarterly magazine with articles on recent energy-saving technologies, presented to a popular-science audience.

CDIAC Communications

http://cdiac.ESD.ORNL.GOV/cdiac/newsletr/ccindex.html

Produced on an irregular basis as the newsletter of the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC) and the World Data Center-A for Atmospheric Trace Gases; both are funded by the U.S. Department of Energy at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Center for Building Science News

http://eande.lbl.gov/CBS/NEWSLETTER/CBSNEWS.html

Published by the Center for Building Science, in the Energy and Environment Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, funded by the U.S. Dept. of Energy.

Changes

http://datalib.library.ualberta.ca/cgcp/

This information bulletin on global environmental change, published by the Royal Society of Canada on behalf of the Canadian Global Change Program, consists of cross-disciplinary discussions with implications for policy.

The Climate Impacts LINK Newsletter

http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/link/

Published by the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, U.K.

CSG

http://climate.rutgers.edu/CSG1997/

The Climate Specialty Group newsletter of the Association of American Geographers.

CODATA

http://www.nrc.ca/programs/codata/newsletters/nl_list.html

Published by the Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA), established by the International Council of Scientific Unions.

Delta

http://www.globalcentres.org/cgcp/english/html_documents/publications/publications.html#delta

The quarterly newsletter of the Canadian Global Change Program, published by the Royal Society of Canada to communicate research results to researchers in various disciplines and to policy makers.

ECO-The Climate Action Newsletter

http://www.igc.apc.org/climate/Eco.html.

Published by nongovernmental groups (NGOs) that are members of the Climate Action Network.

Environment Bulletin

http://www-esd.worldbank.org/.

A newsletter on World Bank environmental affairs.

Global Change

http://www.globalchange.org/gcintro.htm

Provides nearly monthly updates of literature titles, calendar listings and news features, intended to familiarize the public with the issues associated with climate change and ozone depletion.

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