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new publications Advances in Geosciences(\N. Schroder, ed., 1990, 0-471926-35-3, John Wiley & Sons). This volume is 358 pp., paperbound, ISSN 0179-5658, International from the UNEP/WMO/ICSU Conference on the as- Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy). This sessment of the role of carbon dioxide and of other volume contains selected papers from the symposia greenhouse gases in climate variations and associated "The history of geomagnetism and aeronomy," and impacts, held in October 1985 in Villach, Austria. "Problems of uncertainties in geophysical time se- Chapters include "The Greenhouse Effect, Climatic ries." These symposia were sponsored by the Interna- Change, and Ecosystems," "Emissions of C0 into tional Commission on History of the International the Atmosphere," "How Much C0 Will Remain in the Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) Atmosphere?", "Other Greenhouse Gases and Aero- during the IAGA General Assembly, held in Exeter, sols," "How Will Climate Change?", "Empirical Cli- England, July/August 1989. mate Studies," "Changing the Sea Level," "The Effects of Increased C0 and Climatic Change on Terrestrial Ecosystems," "C0 Climatic Change and Agricul- The Changing Atmosphere: A Global Challenge 2 ture," and "C0 Climatic Change and Forest Ecosys- (J. Firor, 1990,145 pp., $199.95, hardbound, ISBN 0- 2 tems." An index is included. 300033-81-8, Yale University Press). In this book, the author describes the causes of acid rain, ozone The Hurricane (R. A. Pielke, 1990, 225 pp., $59.95, depletion, and global warming, and the evidence for hardbound, ISBN 0-415037-05-0, Routledge). This each one's recent acceleration. The author provides book gives a descriptive discussion of tropical cy- practical long-range suggestions for controlling these clones in a nonmathematical framework. Physical and other forms of atmospheric deterioration. This processes are stressed, and discussed in a format for the volume includes 14 pages of notes and a complete scientifically oriented reader. Mathematical discus- index. sion is kept to a minimum. The book includes over 200 charts and photographs. Two appendixes, refer- The Dynamics of the Coupled Atmosphere and Ocean ences, a list of further reading, and an index are (H. Charnock and S. G. H. Philander, 1989,161 pp., included. £40.00, hardbound, The Royal Society). This volume of proceedings of a Royal Society discussion meeting held on 13-14 December 1988 contains 12 papers The Weather Tomorrow: Why Can't They Get It Right relating to the atmosphere and ocean. Papers deal (B. Lynott, 1987,183 pp., $15.00, paperbound, ISBN with the atmosphere and ocean as a whole system to 0-961807-70-9, Gadfly Press). This author's opin- study climate and its possible changes. ions regarding the National Weather Service and forecasting across the nation are written with convic- Exchange of Trace Gases between Terrestrial Ecosys- tion and urgency, and are intended for the general tems and the Atmosphere (M. O. Andreae and D.S. population as well as those in the weather commu- Schimel, eds., 1989, 348 pp., hardbound, ISBN 0- nity. He gives his controversial analyses of the past 471925-51-9, John Wiley & Sons). This book is a and present weather service, and extends his per- report of the Dahlem Workshop on Exchange of sonal forecast for the future of weather prediction. Trace Gases between Terrestrial Ecosystems and the Atmosphere that was held in Berlin, 19-24 Febru- Publishers' Addresses ary 1989. The goal of this workshop was to analyze Cambridge University Press, 32 East 57th Street, New York, the biological and physiochemical regulation of trace NY 10022 gas exchange for modeling on local to global scales, Gadfly Press, 8925 SW Homewood St., Portland, OR 97225 and to evaluate the importance of trace gas exchange to ecology, climate, and atmospheric chemistry. Indi- Routledge, through Routledge, Chapman and Hall, Inc., 29 vidual and group reports are included, along with a list West 35th Street, New York, NY 10001 of participants, and subject and author indexes. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 605 Third Avenue, New York, NY SCOPE 29: The Greenhouse Effect) Climatic Change, Yale University Press, 92A Yale Station, New Haven, CT and Ecosystems (B. Bolin, B. R, Doos, J. Jager, and R. A. Warrick, eds., 1989, 541 pp., paperbound, ISBN Bulletin American Meteorological Society 1475 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Advances in Geosciences(\N. Schroder, ed., 1990, 0-471926-35-3, John Wiley & Sons). This volume is 358 pp., paperbound, ISSN 0179-5658, International from the UNEP/WMO/ICSU Conference on the as- Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy). This sessment of the role of carbon dioxide and of other volume contains selected papers from the symposia greenhouse gases in climate variations and associated "The history of geomagnetism and aeronomy," and impacts, held in October 1985 in Villach, Austria. "Problems of uncertainties in geophysical time se- Chapters include "The Greenhouse Effect, Climatic ries." These symposia were sponsored by the Interna- Change, and Ecosystems," "Emissions of C0 into tional Commission on History of the International the Atmosphere," "How Much C0 Will Remain in the Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) Atmosphere?", "Other Greenhouse Gases and Aero- during the IAGA General Assembly, held in Exeter, sols," "How Will Climate Change?", "Empirical Cli- England, July/August 1989. mate Studies," "Changing the Sea Level," "The Effects of Increased C0 and Climatic Change on Terrestrial Ecosystems," "C0 Climatic Change and Agricul- The Changing Atmosphere: A Global Challenge 2 ture," and "C0 Climatic Change and Forest Ecosys- (J. Firor, 1990,145 pp., $199.95, hardbound, ISBN 0- 2 tems." An index is included. 300033-81-8, Yale University Press). In this book, the author describes the causes of acid rain, ozone The Hurricane (R. A. Pielke, 1990, 225 pp., $59.95, depletion, and global warming, and the evidence for hardbound, ISBN 0-415037-05-0, Routledge). This each one's recent acceleration. The author provides book gives a descriptive discussion of tropical cy- practical long-range suggestions for controlling these clones in a nonmathematical framework. Physical and other forms of atmospheric deterioration. This processes are stressed, and discussed in a format for the volume includes 14 pages of notes and a complete scientifically oriented reader. Mathematical discus- index. sion is kept to a minimum. The book includes over 200 charts and photographs. Two appendixes, refer- The Dynamics of the Coupled Atmosphere and Ocean ences, a list of further reading, and an index are (H. Charnock and S. G. H. Philander, 1989,161 pp., included. £40.00, hardbound, The Royal Society). This volume of proceedings of a Royal Society discussion meeting held on 13-14 December 1988 contains 12 papers The Weather Tomorrow: Why Can't They Get It Right relating to the atmosphere and ocean. Papers deal (B. Lynott, 1987,183 pp., $15.00, paperbound, ISBN with the atmosphere and ocean as a whole system to 0-961807-70-9, Gadfly Press). This author's opin- study climate and its possible changes. ions regarding the National Weather Service and forecasting across the nation are written with convic- Exchange of Trace Gases between Terrestrial Ecosys- tion and urgency, and are intended for the general tems and the Atmosphere (M. O. Andreae and D.S. population as well as those in the weather commu- Schimel, eds., 1989, 348 pp., hardbound, ISBN 0- nity. He gives his controversial analyses of the past 471925-51-9, John Wiley & Sons). This book is a and present weather service, and extends his per- report of the Dahlem Workshop on Exchange of sonal forecast for the future of weather prediction. Trace Gases between Terrestrial Ecosystems and the Atmosphere that was held in Berlin, 19-24 Febru- Publishers' Addresses ary 1989. The goal of this workshop was to analyze Cambridge University Press, 32 East 57th Street, New York, the biological and physiochemical regulation of trace NY 10022 gas exchange for modeling on local to global scales, Gadfly Press, 8925 SW Homewood St., Portland, OR 97225 and to evaluate the importance of trace gas exchange to ecology, climate, and atmospheric chemistry. Indi- Routledge, through Routledge, Chapman and Hall, Inc., 29 vidual and group reports are included, along with a list West 35th Street, New York, NY 10001 of participants, and subject and author indexes. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 605 Third Avenue, New York, NY SCOPE 29: The Greenhouse Effect) Climatic Change, Yale University Press, 92A Yale Station, New Haven, CT and Ecosystems (B. Bolin, B. R, Doos, J. Jager, and R. A. Warrick, eds., 1989, 541 pp., paperbound, ISBN Bulletin American Meteorological Society 1475

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