Further Reading

Barnola J-M, Pimienta P, Raynaud D, and Korotkevich TS (1991) CO2-climate relationship as deduced from Vostok ice core: A re-examination based on new measurement and on a re-evaluation of the air dating. Tellus 43B: 83-90.

Barrett Kand Berge E (eds.) (1996) Transboundary Air Pollution in Europe, EMEP/MSC-W Report 1/1996. Oslo: Norwegian Meteorological Institute.

Bashkin VN (2002) Modern Biogeochemistry, 572pp. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (in cooperation with Howarth RW).

Bashkin VN and Park S-U (eds.) (1998) Acid Deposition and Ecosystem Sensitivity in East Asia, 427pp. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Bunce N (1994) Environmental Chemistry, 2nd edn. Winnipeg: Wuerz Publishing.

Dobrovolsky VV (1994) Biogeochemistry of the World's Land, 362pp. London: Mir Publishers.

Holsten K (1992) The global carbon cycle. In: Butcher SS, Charlson RJ, Orians GH, and Wolfe GV (eds.) Global Biogeochemical Cycles, pp. 239-316. London: Academic Press.

Jouzel J, Barkov NI, Barnola J-M, et al. (1993) Extending the Vostok ice-core record of paleoclimate to the penultimate glacial period. Nature 364: 407-412.

Kuo C, Lindberg C, and Thompton DJ (1990) Coherence established between atmosphere carbon dioxide and global temperature. Nature 343: 709-713.

Mayerhofer P, De Vries B, Den Elzen M, etal. (2002) Integrated scenarios of emissions, climate change and regional air pollution in Europe. Environmental Science & Policy 5: 273-305.

Posch M (2002) Impacts of climate change on critical loads and their exceedances in Europe. Environmental Science and Policy 5: 307-317.

Schimel D, Enting IG, Heimann M, etal. (2000) CO2 and the carbon cycle. In: WigleyTMLand Schimel DS (eds.) Carbon Cycle, pp. 7-36. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Schlesinger WH (1997) Biogeochemistry. An Analysis of Global Changes, 443pp. New York: Academic Press.

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