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Understanding Climate Change: A Beginner's Guide to the UN Framework Convention, 20 pp., Feb. 1995. Available from UNEP/WMO Info. Unit on Climate Change, Geneva Exec. Ctr., Box 356, 1219 Ch√Ętelaine, Switz.

Written for the layperson. Uses several problems as examples to explain how the Climate Convention developed, its present commitments, and how it may be modified in the future as more information becomes available.

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WMO Statement on the Status of the Global Climate in 1994, 20 pp., May 1995. Contact World Meteor. Organization, Public Info. Off., POB 2300, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switz. (tel: 41 22 730 8315; fax: 41 22 740 0984).

A primer for a general audience with maps and charts that illustrate recent findings concerning atmospheric temperatures, ozone levels, and anomalous climatic events.

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The NASA Science Communications Strategy. The Final Report of the NASA Science Communications Working Group. Available through the Internet by using a web browser at URL: html.

Underscores the Agency's commitment to improving the way science is communicated to the public, and outlines a strategy for developing programs for scientific communications.

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