Tomasz Zylicz

Warsaw University Department of Economics 44-50 Dluga Street 00-241 Warsaw, Poland

SCOPE Series List

SCOPE 1-59 are now out of print. Selected titles from this series can be downloaded free of charge from the SCOPE Web site (http://www.icsu-scope.org). SCOPE 1: Global Environment Monitoring, 1971, 68 pp SCOPE 2: Man-made Lakes as Modified Ecosystems, 1972, 76 pp SCOPE 3: Global Environmental Monitoring Systems (GEMS): Action Plan for

Phase I, 1973, 132 pp SCOPE 4: Environmental Sciences in Developing Countries, 1974, 72 pp SCOPE 5: Environmental Impact Assessment: Principles and Procedures, Second

Edition, 1979, 208 pp SCOPE 6: Environmental Pollutants: Selected Analytical Methods, 1975, 277 pp SCOPE 7: Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Sulphur: Global Cycles, 1975, 129 pp SCOPE 8: Risk Assessment of Environmental Hazard, 1978, 132 pp SCOPE 9: Simulation Modelling of Environmental Problems, 1978, 128 pp SCOPE 10: Environmental Issues, 1977, 242 pp SCOPE 11: Shelter Provision in Developing Countries, 1978, 112 pp SCOPE 12: Principles of Ecotoxicology, 1978, 372 pp SCOPE 13: The Global Carbon Cycle, 1979, 491 pp SCOPE 14: Saharan Dust: Mobilization, Transport, Deposition, 1979, 320 pp SCOPE 15: Environmental Risk Assessment, 1980, 176 pp SCOPE 16: Carbon Cycle Modelling, 1981, 404 pp

SCOPE 17: Some Perspectives of the Major Biogeochemical Cycles, 1981, 175 pp SCOPE 18: The Role of Fire in Northern Circumpolar Ecosystems, 1983, 344 pp SCOPE 19: The Global Biogeochemical Sulphur Cycle, 1983, 495 pp SCOPE 20: Methods for Assessing the Effects of Chemicals on Reproductive

Functions, SGOMSEC 1, 1983, 568 pp SCOPE 21: The Major Biogeochemical Cycles and their Interactions, 1983, 554 pp SCOPE 22: Effects of Pollutants at the Ecosystem Level, 1984, 460 pp SCOPE 23: The Role ofTerrestrial Vegetation in the Global Carbon Cycle: Measurement by Remote Sensing, 1984, 272 pp

396 I SCOPE Series List

SCOPE 24: Noise Pollution, 1986, 466 pp

SCOPE 25: Appraisal of Tests to Predict the Environmental Behaviour of Chemicals, 1985, 400 pp

SCOPE 26: Methods for Estimating Risks ofChemical Injury: Human and NonHuman Biota and Ecosystems, SGOMSEC 2, 1985, 712 pp SCOPE 27: Climate Impact Assessment: Studies of the Interaction ofClimate and

Society, 1985, 650 pp SCOPE 28: Environmental Consequences of Nuclear War Volume I: Physical and Atmospheric Effects, 1986, 400 pp Volume II: Ecological and Agricultural Effects, 1985, 563 pp SCOPE 29: The Greenhouse Effect, Climatic Change and Ecosystems, 1986, 574 pp SCOPE 30: Methods for Assessing the Effects of Mixtures of Chemicals, SGOM-SEC 3, 1987, 928 pp

SCOPE 31: Lead, Mercury, Cadmium and Arsenic in the Environment, 1987, 384 pp

SCOPE 32: Land Transformation in Agriculture, 1987, 552 pp

SCOPE 33: Nitrogen Cycling in Coastal Marine Environments, 1988, 478 pp

SCOPE 34: Practitioner's Handbook on the Modelling of Dynamic Change in

Ecosystems, 1988, 196 pp SCOPE 35: Scales and Global Change: Spatial and Temporal Variability in

Biospheric and Geospheric Processes, 1988, 376 pp SCOPE 36: Acidification in Tropical Countries, 1988, 424 pp SCOPE 37: Biological Invasions: a Global Perspective, 1989, 528 pp SCOPE 38: Ecotoxicology and Climate with Special References to Hot and Cold

Climates, 1989, 432 pp SCOPE 39: Evolution of the Global Biogeochemical Sulphur Cycle, 1989, 224 pp SCOPE 40: Methods for Assessing and Reducing Injury from Chemical Accidents,

SGOMSEC 6, 1989, 320 pp SCOPE 41: Short-Term Toxicity Tests for Non-genotoxic Effects, SGOMSEC 4, 1990,353 pp

SCOPE 42: Biogeochemistry of Major World Rivers, 1991, 356 pp SCOPE 43: Stable Isotopes: Natural and Anthropogenic Sulphur in the

Environment, 1991, 472 pp SCOPE 44: Introduction ofGenetically Modified Organisms into the Environment,

1990, 224 pp SCOPE 45: Ecosystem Experiments, 1991, 296 pp

SCOPE 46: Methods for Assessing Exposure of Human and Non-human Biota

SGOMSEC 5, 1991, 448 pp SCOPE 47: Long-Term Ecological Research. An International Perspective, 1991, 312 pp

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SCOPE 48: Sulphur Cycling on the Continents: Wetlands, Terrestrial Ecosystems and

AssociatedWater Bodies, 1992, 343 pp SCOPE 49: Methods to Assess Adverse Effects of Pesticides on Non-target Organisms,

SGOMSEC 7, 1992, 264 pp SCOPE S0: Radioecology after Chernobyl, 1993, 367 pp SCOPE Sl: Biogeochemistry of Small Catchments: a Tool for Environmental

Research, 1993, 432 pp SCOPE S2: Methods to Assess DNA Damage and Repair: Interspecies Comparisons,

SGOMSEC B, 1994, 2S7 pp SCOPE S3: Methods to Assess the Effects ofChemicals on Ecosystems, SGOMSEC 10, 199S, 440 pp

SCOPE S4: Phosphorus in the Global Environment: Transfers, Cycles and Management, 199S, 480 pp SCOPE SS: Functional Roles of Biodiversity: a Global Perspective, 1996, 496 pp SCOPE S6: Global Change, Effects on Coniferous Forests and Grasslands, 1996, 480 pp

SCOPE S7: Particle Flux in the Ocean, 1996, 396 pp

SCOPE S8: Sustainability Indicators: a Report on the Project on Indicators of

Sustainable Development, 1997, 440 pp SCOPE S9: Nuclear Test Explosions: Environmental and Human Impacts, 1999, 304 pp

SCOPE 60: Resilience and the Behavior of Large-Scale Systems, 2002, 287 pp SCOPE 61: Interactions of the Major Biogeochemical Cycles: Global Change and

Human Impacts, 2003, 384 pp SCOPE 62: The Global Carbon Cycle: Integrating Humans, Climate, and the Natural World, 2004, S26 pp SCOPE 63: Alien Invasive Species: A New Synthesis, 2004, 3S2 pp. SCOPE 64: Sustaining Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Soils and Sediments, 2003, 308 pp

SCOPE 6S: Agriculture and the Nitrogen Cycle, 2004, 320 pp SCOPE 66: The Silicon Cycle: Human Perturbations and Impacts on Aquatic Systems, 2006, 296 pp

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