Climate Change: Evaluating recent and future climate change
Frank Chambers, Michael Ogle
Taylor & Francis US, 2002 - Climatic changes - 464 pages
This collection of papers is introduced by an overview of research into climate change. Each volume contains an introductory commentary presenting the major strengths and achievements of the papers, their weaknesses and limitations and points to follow-up work.
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Variability of the solar cycle length during the past five centuries
Comparison of proxy records of climate change and solar forcing
Variation of cosmic ray flux and global cloud coverage
Comment on Variation of cosmic ray flux and global cloud
geomagnetic aa index
Climate forcings in the Industrial era
The Little Ice Age and Medieval Warm Period in the Sargasso Sea
How warm was the Medieval Warm Period?
Twentieth century climatic warming in China in the context
Evidence from northwest European bogs shows Little Ice Age
The natural breakdown of the present interglacial and
how and when?
Correction to 19731996 trends in depthaveraged
Evaluating sunclimate relationships since the Little Ice Age
Northern Hemisphere temperatures during the past
Relative impacts of humaninduced climate change and natural
Causes of twentiethcentury temperature change near
Solar cycle length and 20th century Northern Hemisphere
Excerpt from Causes of climate change over the past 1000 years
Possible links between the solar radius variations and
Solar cycle length hypothesis appears to support the IPCC
are they plausible?
Making mistakes when predicting shifts in species range
Extract from Geomagnetic forcing of changes in climate
Earths response to a variable sun
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