CLIMATE CHANGE

 
Disclaimer: The Summary for Policymakers will be released on Friday, 27 September 2013. The accepted Final Draft of the full Working Group I report, comprising the Technical Summary, 14 Chapters and three Annexes, will be released online in unedited form on Monday 30 September. Following copy-editing, layout, final checks for errors, and adjustments for changes for consistency with the Summary for Policymakers, it will be published online in January 2014 (tbc) and in book form by Cambridge University Press a few months later.




ARTICLES on Climate Change

CRU's Source Code: ClimateGate Uncovered, Marc Sheppard, American Thinker (11/25/09)
IPCC Errors: Facts and Spin, RealClimate, 2/14/10
Global Warming and Climate Change, Stephen K. Ritter, C&EN
Could Cosmic Rays Cause Global Warming?, Environmental Research Web, 4/3/08 (Terry Sloan & Arnold Wolfendale / U. of Lancaster & Durham)
Study Shows CFC's, Cosmic Rays Major Culprits For Global Warming, Insciences Organization, 12/21/09 (Qing-Bin Lu / U. of Waterloo) 
Nitrogen Deficit to Worsen Warming, Michael Reilly, Discovery News, 1/4/10
Peer Reviewed Impacts of Global Warming, John Cook, Skeptical Science, 1/24/10
Could Climate Shifts Be Causing Global Warming?, John Cook, Skeptical Science, 2/7/10
What's Wrong With The Sun?, New Scientist, 6/14/10

SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS on Climate Change (Video)

The Biggest Control Knob: Carbon Dioxide In Earth's Climate History - Richard B Alley / Penn State 12/09 (American Geophysical Union)
Cosmic Rays and Climate - Jasper Kirkby / CERN 6/4/09 (Seeking Alpha)
Acidic Oceans: Why Should We Care? - Andrew Dickson / Scripps Institution of Oceanography (3/12/09)




JOURNAL ARTICLES, LETTERS and REPORTS on Climate Change 

Synthesis and Assessments (US Global Change Research)
On the reliability of the U.S. surface temperature record, Menne and others, Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, Rev. 12/21/09



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