Friday- the Future


Santer ,B.D., K.E. Taylor, T.M.L. Wigley,P.D. Jones, D.J. Karoly, J.F.B. Mitchell,J.E. Penner, V. Ramaswamy, D. Schwarzkopf,R.J. Stouffer and S.F.B. Tett: The Search for A Model-Predicted Temperature-Change Signal in Observed Records of Temperature Change , F, oral

Manabe, S. and R. J. Stouffer: NATURAL VARIABILITY OF CLIMATE AND THE DETECTION OF THE GLOBAL WARMING., F, oral

Broecker, Wallace S., Stewart Sutherland and William Smethie OCEANIC RADIOCARBON: SEPARATION OF THE NATURAL AND BOMB COMPONENTS, F, oral

von Storch, H. and Stehr, N. : CLIMATE RESEARCH: LINKING NATURAL SOCIAL WORLDS , F, oral

Betts, R.A., P. M. Cox and F. I. Woodward: SIMULATING CLIMATE/VEGETATION FEEDBACK: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OFVEGETATION CHANGE ON A DOUBLED-CO2 CLIMATE , 1F, F

McGuire, A., J. Melillo, D. Kicklighter, Y. Pan, X. Xiao, B. Moore III, C.Vorosmarty, and A. Schloss: THE ROLE OF THE NITROGEN CYCLE IN THE GLOBALRESPONSE OF NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND CARBON STORAGE TO DOUBLED ATMO-SPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDE , 2F, F

Gao, Qiong and Xinshi Zhang: A SPATIAL SIMULATION OF RESPONSES OF NORTHEASTCHINA TRANSECT TO ELEVATED CO2 AND CLIMATE CHANGE USING VEGETATION INDEX, 3F, F

Foley, J.: THE INTEGRATED BIOSPHERE SIMULATOR PROJECT (IBIS), 4F, F

Greiner, C., F.J. Radermacher, T.M. Fliedner: "OPTIMISTIC" MODELING - A TECHNIQUE TO GAIN RELIABLE PREDICTIONS? , 6F, F

Gao, Qiong: A MODELLING STUDY ON RESPONSES OF ALKALINE GRASSLAND ECOSYSTEMS INNORTHEAST CHINA TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN RELATION TO DIVERSITY AND SPATIALPATTERNS , 7F, F

Rosenberg, J., Edmonds R. Moss, and H. Pitcher: MODELING HYDROLOGIC CYCLE-VEGETATION INTERACTIONS IN AN INTEGRATEDASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK, 8F, F

DEN ELZEN, M., A. BEUSEN AND J . ROTMANS: MODELLING GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES AND GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE, 9F, F

Owili, J.O.: MODEL SIMULATION FOR PLANT PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO GLOBAL CHANGE: ALOOK INTO THE FUTURE. , 10F, F

Barnwell, T.O. Jr., A.S. Donigian, Jr., R.B. Jackson, IV, A.S. Patwardhan,K.B. Weinrich, A.L. Rowell, R.V. Chinnaswamy, C.V. Cole:ASSESSMENT OF SOIL CARBON IN CENTRAL U. S. AGROECOSYSTEMS , 11F, F

Jin, Z.Q., T.Y. Chou, D.K. Ge, H. Chen and X.L. Zheng: POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ON SOYBEANPRODUCTION IN CHINA , 12F, F

Cramer, W., M. Claussen & A. M. Solomon: AN ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS FOR THE GLOBALREDISTRIBUTION OF AGRICULTURAL LAND , 13F, F

Hai, Nguyen Van: THE EFFECT OF REGIONAL CLIMATE CHANGES ON NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS IN VIETNAM, 14F, F

AHAMER, G.: EXTERNAL FORCING OF LAND USE CHANGES BY HUMAN ACTIVITIES IN FOOD SUPPLY AND DEMAND, 15F, F

Laun, K. and S.C. Hart: POTENTIAL IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON TRACE GAS EMISSIONS AND SOIL NITROGENCYCLING IN SOUTHWESTERN U.S. FOREST ECOSYSTEMS , 16F, F

Shibasaki, Ryosuke, Rajan Krishnan and Masataka Takagi: NATIONAL LAND COVER/USE CHANGES MODELING FOR SE-ASIA CASE STUDY OF THAILAND, 17F, F

GRONAUER, A., G. DEPTA, S. NESER, M. HELM, S. SCHATTNER-SCHMIDT, B. HELLMAN, K. SCHAEFER, AND R. HAUS: EMISSION OF GREENHOUSE GASES BY DECOMPOSITION OF ORGANIC WASTE, 18F, F

Nziramasanga, N.P.: HUMAN ACTIVITIES IN DEVELOPMENT - FACTORS FOR THE CLIMATE SYSTEM , 19F, F

MIAH, M.: ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN THE GANGES BASIN OF BANGLADESH, 20F, F

Osokin, N., V. Gokmhan, R. Samoilov, V. Zhidkov: CLIMATIC GLOBAL CHANGES AND SPONTANEOUS SNOW-AND-ICE PHENOMENA , 21F, F

Dunaev, N.N. and S.L. Nikiforov: SOME PROGNOSIS RECONSTRUCTIONS OF LAPTEV COASTAL ZONE IN CONNECTION WITHGREEN HOUSE EFFECT , 22F, F

Krenke, A.N., E. V. Prigarin and D. V. Turkov: THE ROLE OF SNOW COVER IN THE CLIMATE CHANGES ACCORDING TO THE EXPERIMENTSWITH THE SIMPLIFIED GLOBAL CIRCULATION MODEL , 23F, F

PILIFOSOVA, O., I. ESERKEPOVA, AND S. DOLGIH: KAZAKHSTAN: REGIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS UNDER GLOBAL WARMING, 24F, F

ZHAKATA, W., VARIABILITY AND PREDICTABILITY OF SEASONAL RAINFALL IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, 25F, F

Opoku-Ankomah, Y: ASSOCIATION OF RAINFALL VARIATIONS IN GHANA WITH SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURES., 26F, F


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