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American Meteorological Society Newsletter 
Issues of the AMS Newsletter are available online from 1996 to the present.
Arid Lands Newsletter 
The Arid Lands Newsletter is published semiannually for an international readership by the Arid Lands Information Center (ALIC) at the Office of Arid Lands Studies of The University of Arizona. The purpose of the newsletter is to explore events and issues of interest to arid lands researchers, resource managers, and policy makers. Issues available online date back to 1994.
ASEAN Review of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation 
A web-journal dedicated to the study of South East Asian biodiversity.
CDIAC Communications  
CDIAC Communications, published and distributed free of change by the Dept. of Energy's Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center. The publication highlights number of new and updated data and information products distributed by CDIAC.
Climate Alert 
Climate Alert, a quarterly newsletter of the Climate Institute, provides reports for policy makers on the likely impacts of climate change on developing countries. Issues from 1994 - 1997 are online.
Climate Monitor Online 
Climate Monitor Online brings together regular updates of important climate and meteorological data, together with commentaries from the world's press and media. It is a publication of the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia.
CLIVAR Exchanges 
Articles of relevance to CLIVAR, an international research program dealing with climate variability and predictability on time-scales from months to decades.
CONSEQUENCES: The Nature and Implications of Environmental Change 
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El Niño and the Science of Climate Prediction; The Great El Niño of of 1997 and 1998: Impacts on Precipitation and Temperature; The Application of Climate Information; The Extreme Weather Events of 1997 and 1998; Beyond Kyoto: Toward a Technology Greenhouse Strategy; From A Carbon Economy To A Mixed Economy: A Global Opportunity; The Carbon Cycle, Climate, and the Long-Term Effects of Fossil Fuel Burning; The Case of the Missing Songbirds; Do We Still Need Nature? The Importance of Biodiversity; Ending Hunger: Current Status and Future Prospects; Impacts of Introduced Species in the United States; Population Policy: Consensus and Challenges; Remembrance Of Things Past: Greenhouse Lessons From The Geologic Record; How Bountiful Are Ocean Fisheries?; The Sun And Climate; The Environment Since 1970; Climate Models: How Reliable Are Their Predictions; Global and U.S. National Population Trends; Impacts of a Projected Depletion of the Ozone Layer; Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture and Food Supply; Trends in U.S. Climate During the Twentieth Century; America's Water Supply: Status and Prospects for the Future; Past and Present Land Use and Land Cover in the U.S.A.
Conservation Ecology 
Conservation Ecology is free peer-reviewed journal of integrative science and fundamental policy research published by the Resilience Alliance. It publishes papers that are "novel, integrative and written in a way that is accessible to a wide audience that includes an array of disciplines (biology, ecology, economics, and the social sciences) concerned with an array of issues (conservation, sustainability, development, and ecological policy).
Earth Interactions 
Earth Interactions is an electronic journal dealing with the interactions between the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere in the context of global issues or global change. It exploits the capabilities of electronic communications technology and provides its authors the opportunity to use animations and other visualization techniques that traditional publications cannot accommodate. It is published jointly by the American Geophysical Union, the Association of American Geographers and the American Meteorological Society. This journal requires a subscription, though non-member subscriptions are only U.S. $ 55.00.
Earth Matters 
A publication of the Columbia Earth Institute (CEI).
Earth Negotiations Bulletin 
An independent reporting service that provides daily coverage of negotiations on environment and development at the United Nations.
Earth Observation Magazine: The Magazine for Geographic, Earth, Mapping Information 
A trade journal that deals with geographic mapping, and all sorts of earth related information.
Electronic Green Journal 
A refereed professional journal on international environmental topics such as assessment, conservation, development, disposal, education, hazards, pollution, resources, technology, and treatment. Articles vary in scope and focus but are intended for researchers, resource professionals, as well as the educated generalist.
ENSO Signal 
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ENSO Signal is intended for those interested in the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle and its impacts on ecosystems and societies.
EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union: Electronic Supplement 
An electronic supplement to AGU's weekly newspaper, providing more information about subjects that appear in the printed version of Eos.
GEWEX News (Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment) 
Publishes research results from GEWEX projects, summaries of GEWEX meetings and workshops, and news items.
Network Newsletter: Climate-Related Impacts 
The Network Newsletter is intended for those interested and involved in climate-related impact assessment to foster a growing network by keeping the community up to date on the activities in this field. Anyone can submit comments, new publications, announcements, events, URLs, or any other relevant items for publications. The Newsletter is compiled and published by the Environmental and Societal Impacts Group (ESIG) of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
Science Bulletins 
Science Bulletins at the American Museum of Natural History produces current science stories in high definition video and interactive kiosks for exhibition in public institutions around the country. The articles on this website explain the feature stories in more depth.
A quarterly bulletin who's aim is to promote communication between the nations of the North and South on the issue of climate change, to promote the interest of developing nations in the climate debate and to provide authoritative and timely information on relevant scientific, technical and policy matters.
UCAR Quarterly 
Covers meteorology, climate studies, earth studies, oceanography, and global change at UCAR (University Corporation for Atmospheric Research).
An online forum designed to provide the news media, legislators, opinion leaders, and the interested public with analysis and commentary on U.S. and global policy initiatives related to climate change.
WeatherZine is a bimonthly newsletter on the societal aspects of weather. It contains opinion pieces, news, and a brief summary of developments at the Societal Aspects of Weather Web site.




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