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"Simulating Past and Forecasting Future Climates," R.A. Bryson (Ctr. Clim. Res., Univ. Wisconsin, 1225 W. Dayton St., Madison WI 53706), Environ. Conserv., 20(4), 339-346, Winter 1993-1994.

Past climate is the key to future climate and must be understood before we can predict climatic change. Reviews methods of simulating past climate, concluding that present knowledge of the climatic effect of increasing atmospheric CO2 is a totally inadequate basis for initiating global attempts to modify climate.

Item #d94jun7

"Climate Con," R. Bate, Chem. & Industry, p. 280, Apr. 4, 1994.

Enumerates several ways in which the uncertainty surrounding enhanced greenhouse warming makes political action premature.

Item #d94jun8

"True Story of CFCs," J. Shanklin (Brit. Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, U.K.), ibid., 282, Apr. 18, 1994.

A letter rebutting a previous commentary by F.S. Singer (listed in GCCD, p. 1, Apr. 1994) concerning ozone depletion.

Item #d94jun9

"Can Evidence Ever Be Inconclusive?" J. Maddox, Nature, 369(6476), 97, May 12, 1994.

Comments on the use of the phrase "evidence for" in journal article titles, and refers to a dispute over the recent article by Kerr and McElroy claiming evidence for increasing UV-B.

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