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Climate Change Due to the Greenhouse Effect and Its Implications for China, M. Hulme, T. Wigley et al., Nov. 1992. Contact WWF Intl., CH-1196 Gland, Switz.

Written for the World Wide Fund for Nature by a team of scientists from China, Britain and the Netherlands, using climatic data recently made available to western researchers by the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Climate change threatens China with famine, disruption of agriculture and the loss of key ecosystems.

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Global Change in the Great Lakes Scenarios, approx. 30 pp., 1992, $6. Ohio Sea Grant--Publications, Ohio State Univ., 1314 Kinnear Rd., Columbus OH 43212 (614-292-8949).

Consists of 11 two- to four-page summaries of scientific understanding of the potential impacts of global warming in the region, aimed at policy makers and the general public. The topics include water resources, biological diversity, shipping, agriculture, airborne toxins, recreation, fisheries and forests.

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Initial Climate Change Scenario for the Western United States, 35 pp., 1992, $5.20. U.S. Dept. Interior--Bureau of Reclamation (attn: D5150), POB 25007, Denver CO 80225. Examines possible impacts on agriculture, irrigation and other activities.

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Saskatchewan in a Warmer World: Preparing for the Future (E-2900-19-E-92), E.E. Wheaton, V. Wittrock, G.D.V. Williams, 1992. Saskatchewan Res. Council, 15 Innovation Blvd., Saskatoon SK S7N 2X8, Can.

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