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Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability in Canadian Water Resources (CCD 93-02), W.K. Nuttle (Rawson Acad. Sci., Ottawa), 18 pp. (summary), 1993, no charge, CCC.

A broad survey of possible impacts in different regions and further research needed. Lists a variety of adaptive measures possible for water resource managers.

Item #d94jan101

Estimating the Effects of Climate Change and Carbon Dioxide on Water Supplies in the Missouri River Basin (ENR93-18), K.D. Frederick et al., 1993, $3. A discussion paper from External Affairs, Resour. for the Future, 1616 P St. NW, Washington DC 2003 (202-328-5009).

Item #d94jan102

Impact of Climate Change on Water in the Grand River Basin, Ontario, M. Sanderson, Ed., 1993, CAN$25. Publications, Dept. Geog., Univ. Waterloo, Waterloo ON N2L 3G1, Can.

Item #d94jan103

Review of Models for Climate Change and Impacts on Hydrology, Coastal Currents and Fisheries in B.C. (CCD 92-02), G.A. McBean et al. (Univ. British Columbia), 15 pp. (summary), 1992, no charge, CCC.

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