• GG 312: Global Climate Change and Environmental Impacts (Fall 2002)

    Sep-03-2002

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  • Weaver, A.J. and F.W. Zwiers, 2000. Uncertainty in climate change, Nature, 407:571-572.
  • Jones, P.D. et al., 2001. The evolution of climate over the last millennium. Science, 292: 662-667.

    Sep-10-2002

  • Mann, M.E., 2002. The value of multiple proxies. Science, 297: 1481-1482.
  • Goldman, E., 2002. Even in the high arctic, nothing is permanent. Science, 297: 1493-1494.
  • Walther, et al., 2002. Ecological responses to recent climate change. Nature, 416: 389-395.

    Sep-26-2002

  • Mann, M.E., 2002. Lessons for a new millennium.Science, 289: 253-254.
  • Rahmstorf, S., 1999. Shifting seas in the greenhouse. Nature, 399: 523-524.
  • IGBP Terrestrial carbon working group, 1998. The Terrestrial carbon cycle: Implications for the Kyoto Protocol, Science, 280: 1393-1394.
  • Doney, S.C., 1997. The ocean's productive deserts, Nature, 389: 905-906.
  • Sarmiento, J., 2000. That sinking feeling. Nature, 408: 155-156.
  • Scholes, R.J. and Noble, I.R., 2001. Storing carbon on land. Science, 294: 1012-1013.
  • Walther, et al., 2002. Ecological responses to recent climate change. Nature, 416: 389-395.

    Oct-01-2002

  • Parson, E.A. and D.W. Keith, 1998. Fossil fuels without CO2 emissions. Science, 282: 1053-1054.
  • Chisholm, S.W., 2000. Stirring times in the southern ocean. Nature, 407: 685-687.
  • Sarmiento, J.L. and N. Gruber, 2002. Sinks for athropogenic carbon. Physics Today, August 2002, pages 30-36.

    Oct-08-2002

  • Kerr, R.A., 1998. Among global thermometers, warming still wins out. Science, 281: 1948-1049.
  • Parker, D.E., 2000. Temperatures high and low. Science, 287: 1216-1217.
  • Dahl-Jensen, D., 2000. The Greenland ice sheet reacts. Science, 289: 404-405.

    Oct-10-2002

  • Kerr, R.A., 1999. Big El Ninos ride the back of slower climate change. Science, 283: 1108-1109.
  • Hurrel et al., 2001. The North Atlantic Oscillation. Science, 291: 603-605.

    Oct-17-2002

  • Vaughn et al., 2001. Devil in the Detail Science, 293: 1777-1779.
  • von Storch, H., 2000. Taking the Heat Out of Global Warming. Science, 407: 449-450.

    Oct-22-2002

  • Trenberth, K.E., 1997. The use and abuse of climate models. Nature, 386: 131-133.
  • Kiehl, J.T., 1999. Solving the aerosol puzzle. Science, 283: 1273-1275.
  • Rind, D., 1998. Just add water vapor. Science, 281: 1152-1153.

    Nov-05-2002

  • Gasse, F., 2002. Kilimanjaro's secrets revealed. Science, 298: 548-549.
  • Chmielewski, M., 2002. Trends in the seasons. BAMS, Oct-2002, 1464-1465.
  • D'Odorico, P., Yoo, J., 2002. Spring phenology and the North Atlantic Oscillation, BAMS, Oct 2002, 1465-1466.

    Nov-12-2002

  • Schulze et al., 2000. Managing forests after Kyoto. Science, 289: 2058-2059.
  • Moffat, A.S., 1998. Temperate forests gain ground. Science, 282: 1253.
  • Chambers et al., 2001. Carbon sink for a century, Nature, 410: 429.

    Nov-14-2002

  • Pimm, S.L., 2001. Entrepreneurial insects. Nature, 411: 531-532.
  • Pounds, J.L., 2001. Climate and amphibian declines. Nature, 410: 639-640
  • Penuelas, J. and Filella, I., 2001. Responses to a warming world, Science, 294:793-795.
  • Chisholm et al., 2001. Dis-crediting ocean fertilization. Science, 294: 309-310.

    Nov-19-2002

  • Haigh, J.D., 2001. Climate variability and the influence of the Sun. Science, 294: 2109-2111.

    Nov-18-2002
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