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The U.S. Forest Service is soliciting input in January from scientists regarding the direction of research funding for Phase II of the Southern Global Change Program (1995-1999). An RFP will subsequently be released in May 1994. Contact Susan Fox, Prog. Mgr., Southeastern For. Exp. Sta., 1509 Varsity Dr., Raleigh NC 27606 (919-515-3311).

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Up to eight postdoctoral fellowships are available in the Earth System Science Program and the Department of Chemistry at UCAL-Irvine; application review begins in January. Contact Barbara Chisholm, Phys. Sci. I, Rm. 573, Univ. California, Irvine CA 92717. (See advertisement in Eos, p. 583, Dec. 7 1993).

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Applications for the NOAA 1994 Postdoctoral Program in Climate and Global Change, which pairs recently graduated doctorates with host scientists, are due March 1. Contact UCAR Off. Programs, POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307 (303-497-8649).

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Environmental impacts of the ocean disposal of CO2 is a topic that the U.S. Department of Energy is particularly interested in funding this year under its University Coal Research Program. Contact Donna Lebetz, Pittsburgh Energy Technol. Ctr., MS 921-118, POB 10940, Pittsburgh PA 15236.

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