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Item #d94Aug123

The Northeast Regional Center of the National Institute for Global Environmental Change (NIGEC) is soliciting proposals for research on: (1) effects of forests on global concentrations of greenhouse gases, and the effects of anthropogenic changes in the atmosphere on carbon storage in forests; (2) heat and moisture transports by dynamic processes in the context of the global climate systems and its radiation budget. Letters of intent due Oct. 15. Contact the Northeast Regional Center at Pierce Hall Rm. 294, Harvard Univ., 29 Oxford St., Cambridge MA 02138 (617-496-2347).

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Global Change Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowships are sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy for research in four areas: observations and data management; Earth and social science processes; integrated modeling and prediction; and integrated assessments. Deadline is Dec. 15. Contact Oak Ridge Inst. for Sci. & Education, POB 117, Oak Ridge TN 37831 (615-576-9934).

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