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"A Climatic Analysis of Selected Boreal Tree Species, and Potential Responses to Global Climate Change," B.G. Mackey (For. Canada, 1219 Queen St. E., POB 490, Sault Ste. Marie ON P6A 5M7, Can.), R.A. Sims, World Resour. Rev., 5(4), 469-487, Dec. 1993.

Model simulations suggest that, with CO2 enhanced by a factor of 1.5, the thermal domains of black spruce, red pine and large-toothed aspen will undergo major shifts.

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"The Potential Effects of Climate Change on Ecosystem Processes and Cattle Production on U.S. Rangelands," B.B. Baker (ARS, USDA, 301 S. Howes, POB E, Fort Collins CO 80522), J.D. Hanson et al., Clim. Change, 25(2), 97-117, Oct. 1993.

Model simulations with doubled CO2 predict an increase in animal production in northern regions and a decrease in southern regions.

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"Valuing Effects of Climate Change and Fishery Enhancement on Chinook Salmon," D.M. Anderson (Batelle Pacific Northwest Lab., Richland WA 99352), S.A. Shankle et al., Contemp. Policy Issues, XI(4), 82-94, Oct. 1993.

Estimates four components of economic value (existence, commercial, recreational and capital) and shows that they change significantly with regional warming.

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