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A Regional Response to Global Climate Change: New England and Eastern Canada, 1993, $20. Available from Water Resour. Prog., 5715 Coburn Hall, Univ. Maine, Orono ME 04469 (207-581-1490).

Papers from a conference (May 1993, Portland, Maine) on global warming theory; potential impacts; strategies for regional cooperation; and recommendations for energy supply, ecosystem managers, and tourism and recreation.

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Effects of Increased Ultraviolet Radiation on Global Ecosystems, 1993. For information contact SCOPE Secretariat, 51 bd. Morency, 75016 Paris, France (tel: 33 1/45 25 04 98).

Proceedings of a workshop (Oct. 1992, Sardinia, Italy). Part 1 reviews the state of knowledge of effects of UV radiation on global ecosystems. Part 2 suggests the specific experimental objectives needed for further assessment.

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Earth System Responses to Global Change: Contrasts between North and South America, H.A. Mooney, E.R. Fuentes, B.I. Kronberg, Eds., 365 pp., 1993, $85 (Academic).

Contains papers from the first America's Interhemisphere Geo-Biosphere Organization (AMIGO) meeting (Dec. 1990, Chile). Addresses the physical, but emphasizes the biotic components of the Earth system and includes an assessment of human impacts.

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