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new publications Weather (William J. Burroughs et al., 1996, 288 pp., contains the opening session of the conference as well $29.95, hardbound, Time-Life Books, ISBN 0-8094- as the keynote addresses. It also contains NRP assess- 9374-8). This colorfully illustrated book is one of the ments and short papers and a section devoted to green- books published as part of the Nature Company house gases. The themes in Volume B include impacts Guides. Written for the general public, this guide ex- and consequences of climate change, solutions, and plains the mechanics of the weather. The authors dis- climate change research. • cuss global patterns and influences and provide de- tails on how to measure weather's effects on the lo- cal level. Topics featured include the mechanics of weather, explanations of weather, weather watching, forecasting, changes in climate patterns, humans and weather, adapting to the weather, and weather in ac- mmm addm g tion. John Zillman, the current president of the World Meteorological Organization, has penned the intro- duction. Cambridge University Press 40 W. 20 St., New York, NY 10011 Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, Vols. 1 & 2 Telephone: 800-221-4512 (Stephen H. Schneider, Ed., 1996, 929 pp., $195.00, clothbound, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19- Elsevier 509485-9). More extensive and involved than a glos- 655 Avenue of the Americas sary, this encyclopedia contains thousands of entries New York, NY 10010 on weather and climate and related topics. Since Telephone: 212-989-5800 weather and climate involve more than meteorology, science, technology, and policy from many disciplines Oxford University Press were consulted when compiling this information. 198 Madison Ave., Entries are listed in alphabetical order and include a New York, NY 10016-4314 thorough definition, cross references, and a bibliog- Telephone: 800-451-7556 raphy when applicable. Some entries are qualitative and descriptive, while others are mathematical and Prentice Hall advanced. The encyclopedia is targeted to all audi- One Lake St. ences who want to understand weather and climate. Upper Saddle, NJ 07458 Telephone: 201-236-7139 Climate Change Research: Evaluation and Policy Implications, Vols. A and B (S. Zwerver et al., Eds., Time-Life Books 1995, 1504 pp., $306.25, hardbound, Elsevier, ISBN 777 Duke St., Alexandria, VA 22314 0-444-82143-0). This volume set is the proceedings Telephone: 800-621-7026 of the International Climate Change Research Con- ference, held 6- 9 December 1994 in Maastricht, the University of California Press Netherlands. It contains keynote papers on relevant 2120 Berkeley Way aspects of the climate problem; assessments of NRP Berkeley, CA 94720 research on the climate system, causes of potential Telephone: 415-642-4247 change, possible effects, and responses; and short papers on climate change-related projects. Volume A Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Weather (William J. Burroughs et al., 1996, 288 pp., contains the opening session of the conference as well $29.95, hardbound, Time-Life Books, ISBN 0-8094- as the keynote addresses. It also contains NRP assess- 9374-8). This colorfully illustrated book is one of the ments and short papers and a section devoted to green- books published as part of the Nature Company house gases. The themes in Volume B include impacts Guides. Written for the general public, this guide ex- and consequences of climate change, solutions, and plains the mechanics of the weather. The authors dis- climate change research. • cuss global patterns and influences and provide de- tails on how to measure weather's effects on the lo- cal level. Topics featured include the mechanics of weather, explanations of weather, weather watching, forecasting, changes in climate patterns, humans and weather, adapting to the weather, and weather in ac- mmm addm g tion. John Zillman, the current president of the World Meteorological Organization, has penned the intro- duction. Cambridge University Press 40 W. 20 St., New York, NY 10011 Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, Vols. 1 & 2 Telephone: 800-221-4512 (Stephen H. Schneider, Ed., 1996, 929 pp., $195.00, clothbound, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19- Elsevier 509485-9). More extensive and involved than a glos- 655 Avenue of the Americas sary, this encyclopedia contains thousands of entries New York, NY 10010 on weather and climate and related topics. Since Telephone: 212-989-5800 weather and climate involve more than meteorology, science, technology, and policy from many disciplines Oxford University Press were consulted when compiling this information. 198 Madison Ave., Entries are listed in alphabetical order and include a New York, NY 10016-4314 thorough definition, cross references, and a bibliog- Telephone: 800-451-7556 raphy when applicable. Some entries are qualitative and descriptive, while others are mathematical and Prentice Hall advanced. The encyclopedia is targeted to all audi- One Lake St. ences who want to understand weather and climate. Upper Saddle, NJ 07458 Telephone: 201-236-7139 Climate Change Research: Evaluation and Policy Implications, Vols. A and B (S. Zwerver et al., Eds., Time-Life Books 1995, 1504 pp., $306.25, hardbound, Elsevier, ISBN 777 Duke St., Alexandria, VA 22314 0-444-82143-0). This volume set is the proceedings Telephone: 800-621-7026 of the International Climate Change Research Con- ference, held 6- 9 December 1994 in Maastricht, the University of California Press Netherlands. It contains keynote papers on relevant 2120 Berkeley Way aspects of the climate problem; assessments of NRP Berkeley, CA 94720 research on the climate system, causes of potential Telephone: 415-642-4247 change, possible effects, and responses; and short papers on climate change-related projects. Volume A Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

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