The 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.

 

Related Sites:

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.

 

 

 

 

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