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NEW JOURNAL: Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change

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With this issue, we begin regular coverage of articles from this "international journal devoted to scientific, engineering, socio-economic and policy responses to environmental change." For subscriptions, contact Kluwer Academic Publishers at POB 322, 3300 AH Dordrecht, The Neth., or POB 358, Accord Sta., Hingham MA 02018 ( or For back issues: POB 17, 3300 AA Dordrecht, Neth.

Following are contents of the first six issues. Titles followed by * are listed elsewhere in this issue of Global Climate Change Digest; most others will appear under appropriate topics in the future.

Volume 1, Number 1, 1996

"Climate Modelling, Uncertainty and Responses to Predictions of Change."*

"Regulatory and Mixed Policy Options for Reducing Energy Use and Carbon Emissions."*

"Greenhouse Gas Inventory for Land Use Change and Forestry in Finland Based on International Guidelines."

"Climate Science and Climate Policy: Improving the Science/Policy Interface."*

"Incentive Aspects of Joint Implementation of Greenhouse Gas Reduction."

Volume 1, Number 2, 1996

"Inventory of Strategies for Reducing Anthropogenic Emissions of N2O and Potential Reduction of Emissions in The Netherlands."

"Factor Biases and Promoting Sustainable Development: Adaptation to Drought in the Senegal River Basin."

"Recent Trends in Residential Energy Use in OECD Countries and Their Impact on Carbon Dioxide Emissions: A Comparative Analysis of the Period 1973-1992."

"Management Options to Conserve and Sequester Carbon in the Agricultural Sector of the Former Soviet Union."

Volume 1, Number 3, 1997

"Environmental Market Failures: Are There Any Local Market-Based Corrective Mechanisms for Global Problems?"*

(The remaining articles constitute a Special Section on Climatic Change Effects on Mediterranean Agriculture.)

"Impacts of Global Climate Change on Mediterranean Agriculture: Current Methodologies and Future Directions. An Introductory Essay."

"Impact of Climate Change on Possible Scenarios for Egyptian Agriculture in the Future."

"Impact of Climate Change on Maize Yield in Central and Northern Greece: A Simulation Study with Ceres-Maize."

"Modelling Crop-Climate Interactions in Spain: Vulnerability and Adaptation of Different Agricultural Systems to Climate Change."

Volume 1, Number 4, 1997

"An Integrated Assessment of Climate Change and the Accelerated Introduction of Advanced Energy Technologies — An Application of MiniCAM 1.0."*

"Global and Regional and Regional Impacts of Stabilizing Atmospheric CO2."*

"Terrestrial Carbon Dynamics: Case Studies in the Former Soviet Union, The Conterminous United States, Mexico and Brazil."

"The Social Costs of Climate Change: The IPCC Second Assessment Report and Beyond."*

Volume 2, Number 1, 1997

"The Sensitivity and Adaptation of Ecosystems to the Disturbances: A Case Study in Northeastern Estonia."

"Adapting to Climate Change in Africa."

"A Dynamic Crediting Regime for Joint Implementation to Foster Innovation in the Long Term."*

"Joint Implementation Under the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change: Technical and Institutional Challenges."*

Volume 2, Numbers 2-3, 1997

Special issue: Sustainable Management for Climate Change Mitigation: Monitoring and Verification of Greenhouse Gases. Contains 14 papers and a summary statement from an international workshop (San Jose, Costa Rica, July 1996). Covers many issues related to joint implementation involving forests, some general and some specific to particular countries.

"Policies, Measures and the Monitoring Needs of Forest Sector Carbon Mitigation."

"Forest Management for Greenhouse Gas Benefits: Resolving Monitoring Issues Across Project and National Boundaries."

"Global Climate Change Mitigation and Sustainable Forest Management — The Challenge of Monitoring and Verification."

"A Land Cover Change Monitoring Program: A Strategy for International Effort."

"Sampling Global Deforestation Databases: The Role of Persistence."

"Project Specific Monitoring and Verification: The State of the Art and Challenges."

"Monitoring Carbon Sequestration Benefits Associated with a Reduced-Impact Logging Project in Malaysia."

"Monitoring of Carbon Abatement in Forestry Projects — Case Study of Western Ghat Project."

"A Framework for Monitoring and Evaluation of Carbon Mitigation by Farm Forestry Projects: Example of a Demonstration Project in Chiapas, Mexico."

"Estimating the Carbon Content of Russian Forests: A comparison of Phytomass/Volume and Allometric Projections."

"Influence of Methodology and Assumptions on Reported National Carbon Flux Inventories: An Illustration from the Canadian Forest Sector."

"Monitoring Needs to Transform Amazonian Forest Maintenance into a Global Warming Mitigation Option."

"Forest Management for Mitigation of CO2 Emissions: How Much Mitigation and Who Gets the Credits?"

"Certification of Tropical Timber and Deforestation: Micro Monitoring Without Macro Conditions?"

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