Controversies in the Earth Sciences

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Dessler, A.E. and E.A. Parson. (2006). The Science and Politics of Global Climate Change: A Guide to the Debate, Cambridge University Press, 190pp.

Doran, P.T. and M. Kendall Zimmerman. (2009). Examining the Scientific Consensus on Climate Change, Eos 90, 22-23.

Gehrels, W. R., B. P. Horton, A. C. Kemp, and D. Sivan. (2011). Two Millenia of Sea Level Data: The Key to Predicting Change, Eos 92, 289-290.

Hegerl, G. and P. Stott. (2014). From Past to Future Warming, Science 343, 844-845,

Howat, I. M., K. Jezek, M. Studinger, J. A. MacGregor, J. Paden, D. Floricioiu, R. Russell, M. Linkswiler, R. T. Dominguez (2012). Rift in Antarctic Glacier: A Unique Chance to Study Ice Shelf Retreat, Eos 93, 77-78.

Mote, P., L, Brekke, P. B. Duffy, and E. Maurer. (2011). Guideliines for Constructing Climate Scenarios, Eos 92, 257-258.

Pierrehumbert, R. T. (2011). Infrared radiation and planetary temperature. Physics Today, 64(1), 33-38.

Rowley, R. J., Kostelnick, J. C., Braaten, D., Li, X., & Meisel, J. (2007). Risk of rising sea level to population and land area. Eos, 88(9), 105–107.