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Science Priorities for the Human Dimensions of Global Change References Cohen, S.J. 1992 Impacts of global warming in an Arctic watershed. Canadian Water Resources Journal 17(1):55-62. Cantor, R., J. Houghton, S. Kane, J. Scheraga et al. 1993 Human Dimensions of Global Change: A White Paper on the USGCRP Research Programs. Draft discussion paper, National Science Foundation, November. Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences 1993 Our Changing Planet: The FY 1994 U.S. Global Change Research Program. Washington: Author. Downing, T.E. 1991 Vulnerability to hunger in Africa: A climate change perspective. Global Environmental Change 11(5):365-380. Fischhoff, B., and L. Furby 1983 Psychological dimensions of climatic change. Pp. 183-203 in R.S. Chen, E. Boulding, and S.H. Schneider, eds., Social Science Research and Climate Change: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Reidel. Fischhoff, B., O. Svenson, and P. Slovic 1987 Active responses to environmental hazards. Pp. 1089-1133 in D. Stokols and I. Altman, eds., Handbook of Environmental Psychology. New York: Wiley. Grainger, A. 1992 Population and Change in Tropical Land Use and Forest Cover: Present Capabilities, Future Perspectives, and Research Priorities. Paper presented at a meeting on Population Change and Land Use, National Research Council, Washington, DC, December 3-4. Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Programme 1994 Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Programme: Work Programme II, 1993-1995. Barcelona: Author.

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