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Brown, B.E. and Ogden, J.C. (1993). Coral bleaching. Scientific American, January 1993, 44-50.

Clark, R.B. (1986). Marine Pollution. Oxford, Clarendon Press.

Elder, D. and Pernetta, J. (eds) (1991). Oceans. A Mitchell Beazley World Conservation Atlas. Mitchell Beazley in association with IUCN: The World Conservation Union.

Macgarvin, M. (1990). Greenpeace: The Seas of Europe - The North Sea. Collins and Brown. (Note: other seas are covered in this series.)

Marine Conservation Society (undated). Factsheets on Marine Pollution. Available from the Marine Conservation Society (see Appendix 4). (These are useful and concise summaries on a variety of marine pollution topics.)

New Scientist posters. The Greenhouse Effect and The Hole in the Ozone Screen.

Toon, O.B. and Turco, R.P. (1991). Polar stratospheric clouds and ozone depletion. Scientific American, 264 (6), June 1991, 68-75.

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