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Item #d94mar56

"Solar Variability: Implications for Global Change" (see Gen. Interest/Global Warming Sci.).

Item #d94mar57

"Long-Term Solar-Terrestrial Monitoring," H. Rishbeth (Dept. Phys., Univ. Southampton, Southampton SO9 5NH, UK), D.M. Willis, A. Hewish, Eos, 74(28), July 13, 1993. Stresses the need for reliable long-term solar and geophysical monitoring to support climate change research.

Item #d94mar58

"Comment and reply on 'Do Solar Variations Change Climate?'" ibid., 74(25), 275, June 22, 1993.

Item #d94mar59

Two items from Global & Planetary Change, 7(1-3), May 1993:

"The Last 1000 Years: Climatic Change in Arid Asia and Africa," J. Ji (Inst. Atmos. Phys., Acad. Sinica, POB 2718, Beijing 100080, China), N. Petit-Maire, Z. Yan, 203-210. A review presenting evidence that connects climate change in the region with solar processes.

"Global Change: The Last Millennia," N.-A. Mörner (Paleogeophys. & Geodyn., Univ. Stockholm, S-10691 Stockholm, Swed.), 211-217. Sunspot activity is a major process driving global change, along with changes in Earth rotation rate and redistributions of angular momentum between the solid Earth and hydrosphere.

Specialized Papers

Item #d94mar60

"Variations in the Period of the Sunspot Cycle," A.R. Ochadlick Jr. (Moore Sch. Elect. Eng., Univ. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA 19104), H.N. Kritikos, R. Giegengack, Geophys. Res. Lett., 20(14), 1471-1474, July 23, 1993. Applies wavelet analysis for making climate correlations.

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