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Our Changing Planet: The FY 1994 U.S. Global Change Research Program, Fed. Coord. Council for Sci., Engin. & Technol. (FCCSET), 84 pp., 1993. Available from Forms & Pubs., National Sci. Foundation, 1800 G St. NW, Rm. 232, Washington DC 20550 (202-357-7861).

Created as a supplement to the Administration's fiscal year 1994 budget, this outlines major priorities in global change research, gives an overview and update on the research program and its results, discusses linkages to the Clinton/Gore science and technology program and other FCCSET initiatives, and describes the proposed FY 1994 program and funding.

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A Strategy for European Research into Global Environmental Issues, Sep. 1993. Contact G. Angeletti, Commission of the European Communities (CEC), DG XII/D-1, SDME 3/55, 200 rue de la Loi, B-1049, Brussels, Belg.

Prepared by the CEC Science Panel on Atmospheric Chemistry and the Task Force on Stratospheric Ozone, in consultation with other European scientists. Discusses understanding and uncertainties concerning stratospheric ozone depletion over Europe, the current and future oxidizing capacity of the atmosphere, natural and anthropogenic aerosols and their effects on global climate, and the importance of natural emissions.

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