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Ozone Depletion and Ultraviolet Radiation: Preparing for the Impacts, Skies Above Foundation (2701 Seaview Rd., Victoria BC V8N 1K7, Can.), 1994.

Proceedings of an international conference (1994, Victoria, Can.) that addressed prevention of further damage to the ozone layer and preparation for UVB-induced impacts. Highlights UV damage in freshwater aquatic ecosystems, systematic evaluation of forest impacts, and standardization of terminology among disciplines. Makes recommendations.

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Climate Impact Assessment Methods for Asia and the Pacific, Australian Intl. Development Assistance Bureau (Southeast Regional Prog., POB 887, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia; fax: 61 6 276 4864), 210 pp., 1994.

Includes 32 papers from a 1993 international symposium held in Australia. Published in conjunction with a regional study on global environmental issues conducted by the Asian Development Bank.

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Engineering for Climatic Change, Institution of Civil Engineers, 158 pp., 1993, £37.50 (available through NHBS).

Describes the likely range of climatic changes over the next 40 years, and possible impacts on water resources and supply, energy requirements, maritime and coastal engineering, and geotechnical and structural engineering.

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Ogallala: Water for a Dry Land, J. Opie, 1993, $35 (Univ. Nebraska).

Portrays the south central U.S. plains: natural resources, the history of settlement and dry land farming, and the irrigation technologies that have industrialized farming in the region. Considers the vulnerability of the Ogallala Aquifer to climate change.

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