following are selected essays, articles, books and on-line sites
relating to various aspects of the science and policy behind the
global warming/climate change debate. All sites can be reached via
the incorporated link under the sites title.
Articles, Essays and Books:
E. Friis Christensen and K. Lassen, 1991: Length of solar cycle: an indicator of solar activity closely associated with climate. Science, 254,.
King, Whitney, 1994: "Can Adding Iron to the Oceans Reduce Global Warming" in Science, Technology and the Environment. Eds. James Fleming and Henry Gemery. Akron, Ohio: The University of Akron Press,135,.
Goodridge, J.D. 1996: Comments on Regional Simulations of Greenhouse Warming Including Natural Variability. Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, 3-4,.
James E. Hansen and Andrew A. Lacias, 1990: Sun and dust versus greenhouse gases: as assessment of their relative roles in global climate change. Nature, 346,.
Eds. John Houghton, G.J Jenkins, and J.J Ephraums. 1990: Climate Change: The IPCC Scientific Assessment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Eds. John Houghton, L.G. Meira Filho, B.A. Callander, N. Harris, A. Kattenberg and K. Maskell. 1996: Climate Change 1995: The Science of Climate Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
James Hurrel and Kevin E. Trenberth, 1990: Spurious trends in satellite MSU temperatures from merging different satellite records". Nature, 386,.
Robert Jastrow, William Nierenberg, and Frederick Seitz, 1990: Scientific Perspectives on the Greenhouse Problem.Ottowa: Marshall Press. 33-36,.
Karl, Thomas, 1997: Maximum and minimum temperature trends for the globe. Science, 364,.
Kerr, Richard A., 1991: Could the sun be warming the climate? Science, 254,.
Kutzbach, John. "Steps in The Evolution of Climatology." Pp. xxx-xxx in Historical Essays on Meteorology 1919-1995, James Rodger Fleming, ed. Boston: American Meteorological Society, 1996.
Lindzen, Richard, 1992: Global Warming: The Origin and Nature of Alleged Scientific Consensus. MIT.
Lindzen, Richard, 1990: Some coolness concerning global warming. American Meteorological Society. Vol. 70,.
McDonald, Kim, 1999: Debate Over How to gauge Global Warming Heats Up Meeting of Climatologists. The Chronicle of Higher Education. A17,.
Singer, S. Fred, 1998: Hot Talk , Cold Science. The Independent Institute: Oakland, California. 55,.
Roy W. Spencer and John R. Christy, 1990: Precise monitoring of global temperature trends from satellites. Science, 247,.
Sulman, Felix, 1982: Short and long term changes in climate. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Inc.
Union of Concerned Scientists discusses the science behind the global warming phenomenon as well as potential impacts and renewable energy strategies to mitigate any associated negative impacts.
Bad Science is a site devoted to clarifying and explaining the basic science behind greenhouse warming. A terrific link for those who want to gain a basic understanding of the mechanisms and causes of global warming.