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APN Newsletter. Most recent issue: October 2005 [PDF] Published by the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research. (link updated 21 November 2005)

Climate Research.  Interactions of Climate with Organisms , Ecosystems and Human SocietiesMost recent issue: 17 October 2005 .  Includes free access to abstracts. (link updated 21 November 2005)

Climatic Change.  Most recent issue: December 2005 . Includes free access to abstracts. Journal from Springer Science+Business Media B.V. (formerly published by Kluwer Academic Publishers). (link updated 21 November 2005)  

Enso SignalFinal issue: April 2005 [PDF].  Quarterly published by the Environmental and Societal Impacts Group at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.  "The ENSO Signal is intended for those interested in the ENSO [La Nina/El Nino] cycle and its impacts on ecosystems and societies." (link updated 21 November 2005)

Exchanges. Most recent issue: 2 August 2005 [PDF] (Special Issue on: Atlantic Predictability).  Newsletter of the Climate Variability and Predictability Programmed (CLIVAR). (link updated 21 November 2005)  

Geophysical Research Letters. Most recent issue: November 2005. Includes free access to abstracts (from the American Geophysical Union). (link updated 21 November 2005)  

Global Change Newsletter.  Most recent issue: No. 63, September 2005 (PDF).  From the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP). (link updated 21 November 2005).

IAI Newsletter.  Most recent issue: Issue 36, September-December 2004. [PDF]  From the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research. (link updated 25 July 2005)  

IGACtivities Newsletter.  Most recent issue: June 2005 [PDF].  From the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project. (link updated 25 July 2005)

Natural Hazards Observer.  Most recent issue: November 2005 [HTML version | PDF version]. (link updated 21 November 2005)

earth sciences @nature.comNature Publishing Group's earth science resources.

Network Newsletter,  Final issue: April-June 2005 [PDF].  From the Environmental and Societal Impacts Group (ESIG) of the US National Center for Atmospheric Research (Boulder, Colorado). (link updated 4 May 2005)

New Scientist, Climate Change Special Report.  Includes sections with links to "Latest News" and "Recent Articles," plus an "Expert Guide" that includes a timeline, FAQ, quotes and more (link updated 28 February 2005)

PAGES [Past Global Changes] News Most recent issue: August 2005 [PDF].  PAGES is a core project of the International Geosphere Biosphere Programme. "PAGES seeks to provide a quantitative understanding of the Earth's environment in the geologically recent past and to define the envelope of natural environmental variability against which anthropogenic impacts on the Earth System may be assessed." (link updated 21 November 2005)

Planet Earth. Most recent issue: Summer 2005. From the UK's Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). (link updated 25 July 2005)

Science  Atmospheric Science "subject collection".

SPARC Newsletter. Most recent issue: No. 23, July 2004 [Also in PDF format]. Stratospheric Processes and their Role in Climate; A Project of the World Climate Research Programme.  (link updated 28 Febraury 2005)

UCAR Quarterly.  Most recent issue:  Fall 2005. From the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. (link updated 25 July 2005)

World Climate News. Most recent issue: June 2005 (PDF file)   From the United Nations World Meteorological Organization. (link updated 21 November 2005)

WMO Bulletin Most recent issue: July 2005 (PDF format 1.4 Megabytes).  From the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). (link updated 21 November 2005)

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