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Bulletin American Meteorological Society Illinois mean temperature from 1988 and 1989 were THE WMO AND . . . compared . Wendland discussed his thoughts about the greenhouse effect by using a chart showing that The Human Environment and Biosphere mea n temperatures are actually on the decline over Illinois since the 1950s. H e stated that a similar trend is occurring over the northern hemisphere. His con- tention was that something is cancelling the effects Th e publications of the World Meteorological Organization of increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. (WMO) , a specialized agency of the United Nations, are sold exclusively in the U.S. and Canada by the American Mete- Wendlan d concluded his talk by posing the ques- orological Society. The WMO's extensive list of publications tion, "Is drought over?" His answer was both yes includes the following titles on the human environment and an d no. H e explained that agriculturally, the drought the biosphere: wa s over, as soil moisture ca n be recharged relatively quickly . Groundwater, however, may take another MAN AND CLIMATIC VARIABILITY (WMO year or more to return to normal levels. Thus, for #543) communitie s with wells, the drought will

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