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COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE

ROBERT S. WALKER, Pennsylvania, Chairman F. JAMES SENSENBRENNER, JR.,

GEORGE E. BROWN, JR., California RMM* Wisconsin

RALPH M. HALL, Texas SHERWOOD L. BOEHLERT, New York JAMES A. TRAFICANT, JR., Ohio HARRIS W. FAWELL, Illinois

JAMES A. HAYES, Louisiana CONSTANCE A. MORELLA, Maryland JOHN S. TANNER, Tennessee CURT WELDON, Pennsylvania

PETE GEREN, Texas DANA ROHRABACHER, California

TIM ROEMER, Indiana STEVEN H. SCHIFF, New Mexico

ROBERT E. (Bud) CRAMER, JR., Alabama JOE BARTON, Texas

JAMES A. BARCIA, Michigan KEN CALVERT, California

PAUL MCHALE, Pennsylvania BILL BAKER, California

JANE HARMAN, California ROSCOE G. BARTLETT, Maryland

EDDIE BERNICE JOHNSON, Texas VERNON J. EHLERS, Michigan*

DAVID MINGE, Minnesota ZACH WAMP, Tennessee

JOHN W. OLVER, Massachusetts DAVE WELDON, Florida

ALCEE L. HASTINGS, Florida LINDSEY O. GRAHAM, South Carolina LYNN N. RIVERS, Michigan MATT SALMON, Arizona

KAREN MCCARTHY, Missouri THOMAS M. DAVIS, Virginia

MIKE WARD, Kentucky STEVE STOCKMAN, Texas

ZOE LOFGREN, California GIL GUTKNECHT, Minnesota

LLOYD DOGGETT, Texas ANDREA H. SEASTRAND, California

MICHAEL F. DOYLE, Pennsylvania TODD TIAHRT, Kansas

SHEILA JACKSON LEE, Texas
STEVE LARGENT, Oklahoma

WILLIAM P. LUTHER, Minnesota
VAN HILLEARY, Tennessee
BARBARA CUBIN, Wyoming
MARK ADAM FOLEY, Florida
SUE MYRICK, North Carolina

DAVID D. CLEMENT, Chief of Staff and Chief Counsel

BARRY BERINGER, General Counsel
TISH SCHWARTZ, Chief Clerk and Administrator
ROBERT E. PALMER, Democratic Staff Director

SUBCOMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

DANA ROHRABACHER, California, Chairman HARRIS W. FAWELL, Illinois

JAMES A. HAYES, Lousiana CURT WELDON, Pennsylvania

DAVID MINGE, Minnesota ROSCOE G. BARTLETT, Maryland

JOHN W. OLVER, Massachusetts
ZACH WAMP, Tennessee

MIKE WARD, Kentucky
LINDSEY O. GRAHAM, South Carolina MICHAEL F. DOYLE, Pennsylvania
MATT SALMON, Arizona

TIM ROEMER, Indiana
THOMAS M. DAVIS, Virginia

ROBERT E. (Bud) CRAMER, JR., Alabama STEVE LARGENT, Oklahoma

JAMES A. BARCIA, Michigan BARBARA CUBIN, Wyoming

PAUL MCHALE, Pennsylvania MARK ADAM FOLEY, Florida

EDDIE BERNICE JOHNSON, Texas STEVEN H. SCHIFF, New Mexico

LYNN N. RIVERS, Michigan
BILL BAKER, California

KAREN MCCARTHY, Missouri
VERNON J. EHLERS, Michigan
STEVE STOCKMAN, Texas

*Ranking Minority Member **Vice Chairman

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CONTENTS

WITNESSES

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Tab D (Question 3)
Copy of the final text of Summary for Policymakers of the Contribu-

tion of Working Group I to the IPCC Second Assessment Report,

1995
Copy of the final text of Summary for Policymakers of the Contribu-

tion of Working Group II to the IPCC Second Assessment Report,

1995
Copy of the final text of Summary for Policymakers of the Contribu-

tion of Working Group III to the IPCC Second Assessment Report,

1995
Tab E (Question 4):
Copy of IPCC guidelines for consulting experts
Tab F (Question 5):
Copy of the IPCC procedures regarding the production of "Technical

Papers"
Tab G (Question 7):
Copy of FCCC requested work program for IPCC
Tab H (Question 8):
Copy of SBSTA-II Conclusions
Tab I (Question 9):

• Copy of the IPCC budget for 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997

• Table of contributions to the IPCC, including U.S. contributions Tab J (Question 11):

• FCCC prepared report on Annex I Party national communications

• Text of FCCC Secretariat's in-depth review of U.S. communications Tab K (Question 13):

• Copies of FCCC Article 4.1 and Article 12.1
• U.S. intervention from AGBM-3: Developing country commitments
• U.S. AGBM presentation

• 1992 scenario tables
Tab L (Question 14):
Copy of the initial report on an inventory and assessment of technologies

to mitigate and adapt to climate change
Tab M (Question 19):
List of measures considered for analysis and for case study development
Tab N (Question 20):
List of references of chapter 18 of IPCC (Annex I)
Tab O (Question 21);

Copy of global change and health proposal submitted to CDC and NOAA .
Questions submitted by the_Honorable Dana Rohrabacher, Chairman, Sub-

committee on Energy and Environment to the Honorable Warren M. Chris-
topher, Secretary of State, the Honorable Hazel R. O'Leary, Secretary of
Energy, and Dr. Robert T. Watson, Associate Director of Environment,
Office of Science and Technology Policy

Tab A: Answers to questions
Tab B (Question 3)
Copy of the final text of Summary for Policymakers of the IPCC

Second Assessment Synthesis of Scientific-Technical Information
Relevant to Interpreting Article 2 of the UN Framework Conven-

tion on Climate Change
Copy of the final text of Summary for Policymakers of the Contribu-

tion of Working Group I to the IPCC Second Assessment Report,

1995 (See Tab Ď above in previous letter)
Copy of the final text of Summary for Policymakers of the Contribu-

tion of Working Group II to the IPCC Second Assessment Report,

1995 (See Tab Ď above in previous letter)
Copy of the final text of Summary for Policymakers of the Contribu-

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tion of Working Group III to the IPCC Second Assessment Report,

1995 (See Tab D above in previous letter) Tab C (Question 4.c): List of NGOs/USGCRP Tab D (Question 9.b): Figure B4 of IPCC 1992 report

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Tab F (Question 14.e):
• Chapter 7 of WGIII: A Generic Assessment of Response Options

708
· Chapter 8 of WGIII: Estimating the Costs of Mitigating Greenhouse
Gases

804 • Chapter 9 of WGIII: A Review of Mitigation Cost Studies

879 Tab G (Question 17.b): Review of Technical Forecasts (DOE)

1039 Tab H (Question 21.a): SBSTA report on IPCC

1043 Tab I (Question 23.d): TAP interventions

1045 Tab J (Question 26.b): U.S. Interventions at AGBM-3 • March 6, 1996, on Quantified Emission Limitation and Reduction Objectives (QELROs)

1048 • March 6, 1996, on Policies and Measures

1050 • March 7, 1996, on Policies and Measures

1053 • March 7, 1996, on Advancing Article 4.1 Commitments

1054 • March 7, 1996, on Possible Features of a Protocol or Another Legal Instrument

1056 Questions submitted by the Honorable George E. Brown, Jr., Ranking Democratic Member, Committee on Science to: Peter F. Guerrero, Director, Environmental Protection Issues, Resources,

Community, and nomic Development Division, United States Gen-
eral Accounting Office

1059 Dr. Jerry D. Mahlman, Director, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

1063 Dr. Patrick J. Michaels, Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science, University of Virginia

1083 Dr. Robert T. Watson, Associate Director of Environment, Office of Science and Technology Policy.

1111 Dr. William A. Nierenberg, Director Emeritus, Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

1128 David Gardiner, Assistant Administrator, Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

1137 Dr. Thomas Gale Moore, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution

1147 Dr. Robert W. Corell, Assistant Director for Geosciences, National Science

Foundation, and Chairman, Subcommittee on Global Change Research 1153

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