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Vi fortsetter her med Del 2 av listingen av AGW-kritiske, fagfellevurderte og publiserte arbeider som IPCC utestengte fra AR4-rapporten:

Orkaner:

Carbon dioxide and hurricanes: Implications of Northern Hemispheric warming for Atlantic/Caribbean storms
(Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, Volume 42, Numbers 3-4, pp. 259-263, September 1990)
- Sherwood B. Idso, Robert C. Balling Jr., Randall S. Cerveny

Downward trends in the frequency of intense at Atlantic Hurricanes during the past five decades (PDF)
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 23, Number 13, pp. 1697-1700, June 1996)
- Christopher W. Landsea et al.

- Reply to "Comment on ‘Downward trends in the frequency of intense Atlantic hurricanes during the past 5 decades' by C. W. Landsea et al." (PDF)
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 24, Number 17, pp. 2205-2205, September 1997)
- Christopher W. Landsea et al.

Tropical Cyclones and Global Climate Change: A Post-IPCC Assessment (PDF)
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 79, Issue 1, pp. 19–38, January 1998)
- A. Henderson-Sellers, H. Zhang, G. Berz, K. Emanuel, W. Gray, C. Landsea, G. Holland, J. Lighthill, S.-L. Shieh, P. Webster, K. McGuffie

Normalized Hurricane Damages in the United States: 1925–95 (PDF)
(Weather and Forecasting, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 621–631, September 1998)
- Roger A. Pielke Jr., Christopher W. Landsea

Landscape and Regional Impacts of Hurricanes in New England (PDF)
(Ecological Monographs, Volume 71, Number 1, pp. 27-48, February 2001)
- Emery R. Boose, Kristen E. Chamberlin, David R. Foster

Hurricanes and Global Warming (PDF)
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 86, Issue 11, pp. 1571–1575, November 2005)
- Roger A. Pielke Jr., Christopher W. Landsea, M. Mayfield, J. Laver, R. Pasch

- Reply to "Hurricanes and Global Warming—Potential Linkages and Consequences" (PDF)
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 87, Issue 5, pp. 628–631, May 2006)
- Roger A. Pielke Jr., Christopher W. Landsea, M. Mayfield, J. Laver, R. Pasch

Sea-surface temperatures and tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 33, Issue 9, May 2006)
- Patrick J. Michaels, Paul C. Knappenberger, Robert E. Davis

Trends in global tropical cyclone activity over the past twenty years (1986–2005) (PDF)
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 33, Issue 11, May 2006)
- Philip J. Klotzbach

Can We Detect Trends in Extreme Tropical Cyclones? (PDF)
(Science, Volume 313, Number 5786, pp. 452-454, July 2006)
- Christopher W. Landsea, Bruce A. Harper, Karl Hoarau, John A. Knaff

Causes of the Unusually Destructive 2004 Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season (PDF)
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 87, Issue 10, pp. 1325–1333, October 2006)
- Philip J. Klotzbach, William M. Gray

Counting Atlantic Tropical Cyclones Back to 1900 (PDF)
(Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, Volume 88, Number 18, pp. 197-202, May 2007)
- Christopher W. Landsea

Normalized Hurricane Damage in the United States: 1900–2005 (PDF)
(Natural Hazards Review, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 29-42, February 2008)
- Roger A. Pielke Jr., Joel Gratz, Christopher W. Landsea, Douglas Collins, Mark A. Saunders, Rade Musulin

On the Changes in the Number and Intensity of North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones (PDF)
(Journal of Climate, Volume 21, Issue 6, pp. 1387-1402, March 2008)
- William M. Briggs

Simulated reduction in Atlantic hurricane frequency under twenty-first-century warming conditions
(Nature Geoscience, Volume 1, Number 6, pp. 359-364, June 2008)
- Thomas R. Knutson et al.

Multidecadal variability of Atlantic hurricane activity: 1851–2007
(Journal of Geophysical Research, Volume 113, Issue D22, November 2008)
- Petr Chylek, Glen Lesins

Climate control of the global tropical storm days (1965–2008)
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 37, Issue 7, April 2010)
- Bin Wang et al.

Impact of Duration Thresholds on Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Counts (PDF)
(Journal of Climate, Volume 23, Issue 10, pp. 2508–251, May 2010)
- Christopher W. Landsea, Gabriel A. Vecchi, Lennart Bengtsson, Thomas R. Knutson

Emergence timescales for detection of anthropogenic climate change in US tropical cyclone loss data (PDF)
(Environmental Research Letters, Volume 6, Number 1, January-March 2011)
- Ryan P. Crompton, Roger A. Pielke Jr, K. John McAneney

Is the recorded increase in short-duration North Atlantic tropical storms spurious? (PDF)
(Journal of Geophysical Research, Volume 116, May 2011)
- Gabriele Villarini, Gabriel A. Vecchi, Thomas R. Knutson, James A. Smith

Recent historically low global tropical cyclone activity (PDF)
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 38, July 2011)
- Ryan N. Maue

Variability and decline in the number of severe tropical cyclones making land-fall over eastern Australia since the late nineteenth century (PDF)
(Climate Dynamics, Volume 37, Numbers 3-4, pp. 647-662, August 2011)
- Jeff Callaghan, Scott B. Power


Den Varme Middelalder:

A 700 year record of Southern Hemisphere extratropical climate variability
(Annals of Glaciology, Volume 39, Number 1, pp.127-132, June 2004)
- P. A. Mayewski et al.

Caribbean sea surface temperatures: Two‐to‐three degrees cooler than present during the Little Ice Age
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 27, Issue 20, pp. 3365-3368, Octonber 2000)
- Amos Winter, Hiroshi Ishioroshi, Tsuyoshi Watanabe, Tadamichi Oba, John R. Christy

Climate and environment reconstruction during the Medieval Warm Period in Lop Nur of Xinjiang, China
(Chinese Science Bulletin, Volume 53, Number 19, pp. 3016-3027, October 2008)
- ChunMei Ma

Coherent High- and Low-Latitude Climate Variability During the Holocene Warm Period
(Science, Volume 288, Number 5474, pp. 2198-2202, June 2000)
- Peter deMenocal, Joseph Ortiz, Tom Guilderson, Michael Sarnthein

 Evidence for a 'Medieval Warm Period' in a 1,100 year tree-ring reconstruction of past austral summer temperatures in New Zealand
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 29, Number 14, pp. 1-4, July 2002)
- E. R. Cook, J. G. Palmer, R. D'Arrigo

Evidence for a warmer period during the 12th and 13th centuries AD from chironomid assemblages in Southampton Island, Nunavut, Canada
(Quaternary Research, Volume 72, Issue 1, pp. 27-37, July 2009)
- Nicolas Rolland et al.

Evidence for the existence of the medieval warm period in China
(Climatic Change, Volume 26, Numbers 2-3, pp. 289-297, March 1994)
- De'Er Zhang

Glacial geological evidence for the medieval warm period (PDF)
(Climatic Change, Volume 26, Numbers 2-3, pp. 143-169, March 1994)
- Jean M. Grove, Roy Switsur

Late Holocene surface ocean conditions of the Norwegian Sea (Vøring Plateau)
(Paleoceanography, Volume 18, Number 2, June 2003)
- Carin Andersson et al.

Low-Frequency Signals in Long Tree-Ring Chronologies for Reconstructing Past Temperature Variability (PDF)
(Science, Volume 295, Number 5563, pp. 2250-2253, March 2002)
- Jan Esper et al.

Medieval climate warming and aridity as indicated by multiproxy evidence from the Kola Peninsula, Russia
(Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Volume 209, Issues 1-4, pp. 113-125, July 2004)
- K. V. Kremenetski et al.

Medieval Warm Period, Little Ice Age and 20th century temperature variability from Chesapeake Bay
(Global and Planetary Change, Volume 36, Issues 1-2, pp. 17-29, March 2003)
- T. M. Cronin et al.

"Medieval Warm Period" on the northern slope of central Tianshan Mountains, Xinjiang, NW China (PDF)
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 36, Issue 11)
- Yun Zhang et al.

Proxy climatic and environmental changes of the past 1000 years (PDF)
(Climate Research, Volume 23, Number 2, pp. 89–110, January 2003)
- Willie H. Soon, Sallie L. Baliunas

Reconstructing Climatic and Environmental Changes of the Past 1000 Years: A Reappraisal (PDF)
(Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Numbers 2-3, pp. 233-296, May 2003)
- Willie H. Soon, Sallie L. Baliunas, Sherwood B. Idso, Craig Idso, David R. Legates

Reconstruction of the Earth’s surface temperature based on data of deep boreholes, global warming in the last millennium, and long-term solar cyclicity. Part 1. Experimental data
(Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, Volume 50, Number 3, pp. 383-392, June 2010)
- V. A. Dergachev, O. M. Raspopov

Reconstruction of the Earth’s surface temperature based on data of deep boreholes, global warming in the last millennium, and long-term solar cyclicity. Part 2. Experimental data analysis
(Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, Volume 50, Number 3, pp. 393-402, June 2010)
- V. A. Dergachev, O. M. Raspopov

Reconstruction of temperature in the Central Alps during the past 2000 yr from a δ18O stalagmite record (PDF)
(Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume 235, Issues 3-4, pp. 741-751, July 2005)
- A. Mangini et al.

Temperature variation through 2000 years in China: An uncertainty analysis of reconstruction and regional difference
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 37, Issue 3, February 2010)
- Q.-S. Ge et al.

The early medieval warm epoch and its sequel
(Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Volume 1, pp. 13-37, 1965)
- H.H. Lamb

The Little Ice Age and Medieval Warm Period in the Sargasso Sea
(Science, Volume 274, Number 5292, pp. 1503-1508, November 1996)
- Lloyd D. Keigwin

The Little Ice Age and Medieval Warming in South Africa (PDF)
(South African Journal of Science, Volume 96, Number 3, pp. 121-126, 2000)
- P. D. Tyson, W. Karlen, K. Holmgren, G. A. Heiss

The Little Ice Age as Recorded in the Stratigraphy of the Tropical Quelccaya Ice Cap
(Science, Volume 234, Number 4774, pp. 361-364, October 1986)
- L.G. Thompson et al.

The 'Mediaeval Warm Period' drought recorded in Lake Huguangyan, tropical South China
(The Holocene, Volume 12, Number 5, pp. 511-516, 2002)
- Guoqiang Chu et al.

The Medieval Warm Period in the Daihai Area
(Journal of Lake Sciences, Volume 14, Number 3, pp. 209-216, September 2002)
- Z. Jin et al.

Time scales and trends in the central England temperature data (1659–1990): A wavelet analysis
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 24, Issue 11, pp. 1351-1354, June 1997)
- Sallie Baliunas, Peter Frick, Dmitry Sokoloff, Willie H. Soon

Torneträsk tree-ring width and density ad 500–2004: a test of climatic sensitivity and a new 1500-year reconstruction of north Fennoscandian summers
(Climate Dynamics, Volume 31, Numbers 7-8, December 2008)
- Håkan Grudd

Tree-ring and glacial evidence for the medieval warm epoch and the little ice age in southern South America
(Climatic Change, Volume 26, Numbers 2-3, March 1994)
- Ricardo Villalba

Two millennia of North Atlantic seasonality and implications for Norse colonies (PDF)
(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, March 2010)
- William P. Patterson et al.

Was the Medieval Warm Period Global? (PDF)
(Science, Volume 291, Number 5508, pp. 1497-1499, February 2001)
- Wallace S. Broecker


Den romerske varmeperioden:

Climate variability in the SE Alps of Italy over the past 17 000 years reconstructed from a stalagmite record (PDF)
(Boreas, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp. 445–455, November 2005)
- Silvia Frisi et al.

Late Holocene glacial and periglacial evolution in the upper Orco Valley, northwestern Italian Alps
(Quaternary Research, Volume 71, Issue 1, pp. 1-8, January 2009)
- Carlo Giraudi

Roman vineyards in Britain: stratigraphic and palynological data from Wollaston in the Nene Valley, England
(Antiquity, Volume 75, Number 290, pp. 745–757, 2001)
- A. G. Brown et al.

Variability of the North Atlantic Current during the last 2000 years based on shelf bottom water and sea surface temperatures along an open ocean/shallow marine transect in western Europe
(The Holocene, Volume 16, Number 7, pp. 1017-1029, November 2006)
- Jon Eiríksson et al.


Naturkatastrofer:

Have Disaster Losses Increased Due to Anthropogenic Climate Change?
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 92 Issue 1, pp. 39-46, January 2011)
- Laurens M. Bouwer

Perceived Change in Risk of Natural Disasters Caused by Global Warming (PDF)
(The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Volume 17, Issue 3, November 2002)
- Chris de Freitas


Forsuring av hav:

Elevated water temperature and carbon dioxide concentration increase the growth of a keystone echinoderm
(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 106, Issue 23, pp. 9316-9321, June 2009)
- Rebecca A. Gooding et al.

"Our findings demonstrate that increased [CO2] will not have direct negative effects on all marine invertebrates,"

Marine calcifiers exhibit mixed responses to CO2-induced ocean acidification
(Geology, Volume 37, Number 12, pp. 1131-1134, December 2009)
- Justin B. Ries et al.

Modern-age buildup of CO2 and its effects on seawater acidity and salinity
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 33, Number 10, May 2006)
- Hugo A. Loáiciga

"This paper's results concerning average seawater salinity and acidity show that, on a global scale and over the time scales considered (hundreds of years), there would not be accentuated changes in either seawater salinity or acidity from the observed or hypothesized rises in atmospheric CO2 concentrations."

Phytoplankton Calcification in a High-CO2 World
(Science, Volume 320, Number 5874, pp. 336-340, April 2008)
- M. Debora Iglesias-Rodriguez et al.

Vulnerability of marine biodiversity to ocean acidification: A meta-analysis
(Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, Volume 86, Issue 2, pp. 157-164, January 2010)
- I.E. Hendriks, C.M. Duarte, M. Alvarez

- Ocean acidification: Separating evidence from judgment – A reply to Dupont et al.
(Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, Volume 89, Issue 2, pp. 186-190, September 2010)
- I.E. Hendriks, C.M. Duarte


Permafrost:

Ancient Permafrost and a Future, Warmer Arctic
(Science, Volume 321, Number 5896, pp. 1648, September 2008)
- Duane G. Froese, John A. Westgate, Alberto V. Reyes, Randolph J. Enkin, Shari J. Preece

"We report the presence of relict ground ice in subarctic Canada that is greater than 700,000 years old, with the implication that ground ice in this area has survived past interglaciations that were warmer and of longer duration than the present interglaciation."
Is the thermal regime of permafrost determined by solar rhythms?
(Cold Regions Science and Technology, Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 93-98, November 1994)
- Vadim V. Kazantsev

Near-surface permafrost degradation: How severe during the 21st century?
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 34, Issue 9, May 2007)
- G. Delisle

"Based on paleoclimatic data and in consequence of this study, it is suggested that scenarios calling for massive release of methane in the near future from degrading permafrost are questionable."

Shrub expansion may reduce summer permafrost thaw in Siberian tundra
(Global Change Biology, Volume 16 Issue 4, pp. 1296-1305, October 2009)
- D. Blok et al.


Isbjørner:

Polar bears of western Hudson Bay and climate change: Are warming spring air temperatures the “ultimate” survival control factor? (PDF)
(Ecological Complexity, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp. 73-84, September 2007)
- M.G. Dyck, W. Soon, R.K. Baydack, D.R. Legates, S. Baliunas, T.F. Ball, L.O. Hancock

- Reply to response to Dyck et al. (2007) on polar bears and climate change in western Hudson Bay by Stirling et al. (2008) (PDF)
(Ecological Complexity, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp. 289-302, December 2008)
- M.G. Dyck, W. Soon, R.K. Baydack, D.R. Legates, S. Baliunas, T.F. Ball, L.O. Hancock

Polar Bear Population Forecasts: A Public-Policy Forecasting Audit (PDF)
(Interfaces, Volume 38, Number 5, pp. 382-405, September-October 2008)
- J. Scott Armstrong, Kesten C. Green, Willie H. Soon


Havnivå:

Estimating future sea level changes from past records (PDF)
(Global and Planetary Change, Volume 40, Issues 1-2, pp. 49-54, January 2004)
- Nils-Axel Morner

- Comment on comment by Nerem et al. (2007) on "Estimating future sea level changes from past records" by Nils-Axel Mörner (2004)
(Global and Planetary Change, Volume 62, Issues 3-4, pp. 219-220, June 2008)
- Nils-Axel Morner

Geocentric sea-level trend estimates from GPS analyses at relevant tide gauges world-wide (PDF)
(Global and Planetary Change, Volume 57, Issues 3-4, pp. 396-406, June 2007)
- G. Woppelmann et al.

New approaches raise questions about future sea level change
(Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, Volume 77, Number 40, pp. 385, 1996)
- M. Baltuck et al.

New Perspective on Global Warming & Sea Level Rise: Modest Future Rise with Reduced Threat (PDF)
(Energy & Environment, Volume 20, Number 7, pp. 1067-1074, November 2009)
- Madhav L. Khandekar

New perspectives for the future of the Maldives (PDF)
(Global and Planetary Change, Volume 40, Issue 1-2, pp. 177-182, January 2004)
- Nils-Axel Morner, Michael Tooley, Goran Possnert

- Reply to the comment of P.S. Kench et al. on "New perspectives for the future of the Maldives" by N.A. Morner et al.
(Global and Planetary Change, Volume 47, Issue 1, pp. 70-71, February 2005)
- Nils-Axel Morner, Michael Tooley

Sea-Level Acceleration Based on U.S. Tide Gauges and Extensions of Previous Global-Gauge Analyses (PDF)
(Journal of Coastal Research, 2011)
- J.R. Houston, R.G. Dean

Sea Level Changes and Tsunamis, Environmental Stress and Migration Overseas: The Case of the Maldives and Sri Lanka (PDF)
(Internationales Asienforum, Volume 38, Number 3-4, pp. 353–374, November 2007)
- Nils-Axel Morner

Sea Level Changes in Bangladesh New Observational Facts
(Energy & Environment, Volume 21, Number 3, pp. 235-250, July 2010)
- Nils-Axel Morner

Snowfall-Driven Growth in East Antarctic Ice Sheet Mitigates Recent Sea-Level Rise
(Science, Volume 308, Number 5730, pp. 1898-1901, June 2005)
- Curt H. Davis et al.)

Some problems in the reconstruction of mean sea level and its changes with time
(Quaternary International, Volume 221, Issues 1-2, pp. 3-8, July 2010)
- Nils-Axel Morner

The Maldives project: a future free from sea-level flooding
(Contemporary South Asia, Volume 13, Number 2, pp. 149-155, June 2004)
- Nils-Axel Morner


Utrydding av dyrearter:

Dangers of crying wolf over risk of extinctions
(Nature, Volume 428, Number 6985, pp. 799, April 2004)
- Richard J. Ladle, Paul Jepson, Miguel B. Araújo & Robert J. Whittaker

Riding the Wave: Reconciling the Roles of Disease and Climate Change in Amphibian Declines
(PLoS Biology, Volume 6, Number 3, pp. 441-454, March 2008)
- Karen R. Lips, Jay Diffendorfer, Joseph R. Mendelson III, Michael W. Sears

Species loss revisited
(Society, Volume 30, Number 1, pp. 41-46, November 1993)
- Julian L. Simon, Aaron Wildavsky

Tropical cloud forest climate variability and the demise of the Monteverde golden toad
(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, March 2010)
- Kevin J. Anchukaitisa, Michael N. Evans


Stormer:

A Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Damaging Snowstorms in the United States
(Natural Hazards, Volume 37, Number 3, pp. 373-389, March 2006)
- Stanley A. Changnon, David Changnon

Changes in Global Monsoon Circulations Since 1950
(Natural Hazards, Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 229-254, June 2003)
- T. N. Chase, J. A. Knaff, R. A. Pielke Sr., E. Kalnay

Changing storminess? An analysis of long-term sea level data sets (PDF)
(Climate Research, Volume 11, Number 2, pp. 161-172, March 1999)
- W. Bijl, R. Flather, J. G. de Ronde, T. Schmith

Characteristics of long-duration precipitation events across the United States
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 34, Issue 22, November 2007)
- David M. Brommer, Randall S. Cerveny, Robert C. Balling Jr.

Climate change and extratropical storminess in the United States: An assessment?
(Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Volume 35, Number 6, pp. 1387-1398, December 1999)
- Bruce P. Hayden

Compilation and Discussion of Trends in Severe Storms in the United States: Popular Perception v. Climate Reality
(Natural Hazards, Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 103-112, June 2003)
- Robert C. Balling Jr., Randall S. Cerveny

Decreased frequency of North Atlantic polar lows associated with future climate warming (PDF)
(Nature, Volume 467, Number 7313, pp. 309–312, September 2010)
- Matthias Zahnmatthias, Hans von Storch

Extreme Weather Trends Vs. Dangerous Climate Change: A Need for Critical Reassessment
(Energy & Environment, Volume 16, Number 2, pp. 327-332, March 2005)
- Madhav L. Khandekar

Greenhouse warming may moderate British storminess
(Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, Volume 46, Numbers 3-4, September 1991)
- Robert C. Balling Jr., Randall S. Cerveny, T. A. Miller, Sherwood B. Idso

Human Factors Explain the Increased Losses from Weather and Climate Extremes (PDF)
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 81, Issue 3, pp.437-442, March 2000)
- Stanley A. Changnon, Roger A. Pielke Jr., David Changnon, Richard T. Sylves, Roger Pulwarty

Indian Monsoon Variability in a Global Warming Scenario
(Natural Hazards, Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 189-206, June 2003)
- R. H. Kripalani, Ashwini Kulkarni, S. S. Sabade, M. L Khandekar

No upward trend in normalised windstorm losses in Europe: 1970–2008 (PDF)
(Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, Volume 10, Number 1, pp. 97-104, 2010)
- J. I. Barredo

North American Trends in Extreme Precipitation
(Natural Hazards, Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 291-305, June, 2003)
- Kenneth E. Kunkel

Scandinavian storminess since about 1800
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 31, Issue 20, October 2004)
- Lars Barring, Hans von Storch

Shifting Economic Impacts from Weather Extremes in the United States: A Result of Societal Changes, Not Global Warming
(Natural Hazards, Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 273-290, June, 2003)
- Stanley A. Changnon

Seasonal, interannual, and decadal variability of storm surges at Tauranga, New Zealand
(New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, Volume 34, Number 3, pp. 419-434, September 2000)
- W. P. De Lange, J. G. Gibb

Surges, atmospheric pressure and wind change and flooding probability on the Atlantic coast of France
(Oceanologica Acta, Volume 23, Number 6, pp. 643-661, November 2000)
- P.A. Pirazzoli

Trends in precipitation on the wettest days of the year across the contiguous USA?
(International Journal of Climatology, Volume 24, Number 15, pp. 1873-1882, December 2004)
- Patrick J. Michaels, Paul C. Knappenberger, Oliver W. Frauenfeld, Robert E. Davis

Twentieth-Century Storm Activity along the U.S. East Coast
(Journal of Climate, Volume 13, Issue 10, pp. 1748-1761, May 2000)
- Keqi Zhang, Bruce C. Douglas, Stephen P. Leatherman


Tornadoer:

Does Global Warming Influence Tornado Activity? (PDF)
(Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, Volume 89, Issue 53, pp. 553-554, December 2008)
- Noah S. Diffenbaugh, Robert J. Trapp, Harold Brooks

Normalized Damage from Major Tornadoes in the United States: 1890–1999
(Weather and Forecasting, Volume 16, Issue 1, pp. 168-176, February 2001)
- Harold E. Brooks, Charles A. Doswell III

"Using wealth and inflation adjustment, it seems clear that the most damaging tornado in U.S. history was the 1896 Saint Louis–East Saint Louis tornado, which produced damage equivalent to $2.9 billion in modern terms. ...We find nothing to suggest that damage from individual tornadoes has increased through time."


Værstasjoner:

Analysis of adjustments to the United States Historical Climatology Network (USHCN) temperature database (PDF)
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 29, Issue 10, pp. 25-1, May 2002)
- Robert C. Balling Jr., Craig D. Idso

Documentation of uncertainties and biases associated with surface temperature measurement sites for climate change assessment (PDF)
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 88, Number 6, pp. 913-928, June 2007)
- Roger A. Pielke Sr. et al.

Microclimate Exposures of Surface-Based Weather Stations: Implications For The Assessment of Long-Term Temperature Trends (PDF)
(Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 86, Issue 4, April 2005)
- Christopher A. Davey, Roger A. Pielke Sr.

Reexamination of instrument change effects in the U.S. Historical Climatology Network
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 33, Issue 15, August 2006)
- Ken Hubbard, Xiaomao Lin

Sensor and Electronic Biases/Errors in Air Temperature Measurements in Common Weather Station Networks (PDF)
(Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Volume 21, Issue 7, pp. 1025–1032, July 2004)
- Xiaomao Lin, Ken Hubbard

Spuriously induced temperature trends in the Southeast United States
(Theoretical and Applied Climatology, Volume 88, Numbers 1-2, pp. 103-110, January 2007)
- J. Allard, B. D. Keim

Surface air temperature records biased by snow-covered surface
(International Journal of Climatology, Volume 25, Issue 9, pp. 1223–1236, July 2005)
- Xiaomao Lin, Ken Hubbard, C. B. Baker

The Effects of Data Gaps on the Calculated Monthly Mean Maximum and Minimum Temperatures in the Continental United States: A Spatial and Temporal Study
(Journal of Climate, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp. 1524–1533, May 1999)
- David E. Stooksbury, Craig D. Idso, Kenneth G. Hubbard

The GeoProfile metadata, exposure of instruments, and measurement bias in climatic record revisited
(International Journal of Climatology, Volume 26, Issue 8, pp. 1091-1124, March 2006)
- Rezaul Mahmood et al.

The Recent Maximum Temperature Anomalies in Tueson: Are They Real or an Instrumental Problem?
(Journal of Climate, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp.657-658, June 1992)
- R. Gall, K. Young, R. Schotland, J. Schmitz

Unresolved issues with the assessment of multidecadal global land surface temperature trends (PDF)
(Journal of Geophysical Research, Volume 112, Issue D24, December 2007)
- Roger A. Pielke Sr. et al.

- Reply to comment by David E. Parker et al. on "Unresolved issues with the assessment of multidecadal global land surface temperature trends" (PDF)
(Journal of Geophysical Research, Volume 114, Issue D5, March 2009)
- Roger A. Pielke Sr. et al.


Skogbranner:

A 1000-yr record of forest fire activity from Eclipse Icefield, Yukon, Canada (PDF)
(The Holocene, Volume 16, Number 2, pp. 200-209, 2006)
- Kaplan Yalcin et al.

Decreasing frequency of forest fires in the southern boreal zone of Québec and its relation to global warming since the end of the 'Little Ice Age'
(The Holocene, Volume 3, Number 3, pp. 255-259, 1993)
- Yves Bergeron, Sylvain Archambault

Future Wildfire in Circumboreal Forests in Relation to Global Warming (PDF)
(Journal of Vegetation Science, Volume 9, Number 4, pp. 469-476, August 1998)
- M. D. Flannigan, Y. Bergeron, O. Engelmark, B. M. Wotton

Global spatial patterns and temporal trends of burned area between 1981 and 2000 using NOAA-NASA Pathfinder (PDF)
(Global Change Biology, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 40-50, January 2007)
- D. Riano et al.

Heterogeneous response of circumboreal wildfire risk to climate change since the early 1900s
(Global Change Biology, Volume 15, Issue 11, pp. 2751-2769, November 2009)
- Martin P. Girardin et al.

Predicting the effects of climate change on fire frequency in the southeastern Canadian boreal forest
(Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, Volume 82, Numbers 1-2, pp. 437-444, May 1995)
- Y. Bergeron, M. D. Flannigan


1,500-års klimasyklus:

A Pervasive Millennial-Scale Cycle in North Atlantic Holocene and Glacial Climates
(Science, Volume 278, Number 5341, pp. 1257-1266, November 1997)
- Gerard Bond et al.

Decadal to millennial cyclicity in varves and turbidites from the Arabian Sea: hypothesis of tidal origin
(Global and Planetary Change, Volume 34, Issues 3-4, pp. 313-325, November 2002)
- W. H. Bergera et al.

Global Warming Every 1,500 Years: Implications for an Engineering Vision
(Leadership and Management in Engineering, Volume 8, Number 3, pp. 153-159, July 2008)
- Dennis T. Avery

Holocene temperature records show millennial-scale periodicity (PDF)
(Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Volume 47, Number 10, pp. 1327-1336, October 2010)
- Craig Loehle, S. F. Singer

Late Holocene approximately 1500 yr climatic periodicities and their implications
(Geology, Volume 26, Number 5, pp. 471-473, May 1998)
- Ian D. Campbell et al.

Possible solar origin of the 1,470-year glacial climate cycle demonstrated in a coupled model
(Nature, Volume 438, Number 7065, pp. 208-211, November 2005)
- Holger Braun et al.

The 1,800-year oceanic tidal cycle: A possible cause of rapid climate change
(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 97, Number 8, pp. 3814-3819, April 2000)
- Charles D. Keeling et al.

The origin of the 1500-year climate cycles in Holocene North-Atlantic records (PDF)
(Climate of the Past, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.679-692, 2007)
- M. Debret et al.

Timing of abrupt climate change: A precise clock
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 30, Issue 10, pp. 17-1, May 2003)
- Stefan Rahmstorf

Timing of Millennial-Scale Climate Change in Antarctica and Greenland During the Last Glacial Period
(Science, Volume 291, Issue 5501, pp. 109-112, January 2001)
- Thomas Blunier et al.

Widespread evidence of 1500 yr climate variability in North America during the past 14 000 yr
(Geology, Volume 30, Issue 5, pp. 455-458, May 2002)
- André E. Viau et al.


CO2 følger etter temperaturendringer:

Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentration Across the Mid-Pleistocene Transition
(Science, Volume 324, Number 5934, pp. 1551-1554, June 2009)
- Barbel Hönisch et al.

"The lack of a gradual decrease in interglacial PCO2 does not support the suggestion that a long-term drawdown of atmospheric CO2 was the main cause of the climate transition."

Atmospheric CO2 Concentration from 60 to 20 kyr BP from the Taylor Dome ice core, Antarctica (PDF)
(Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 27, Issue 5, March 2000)
- Andreas Indermuhle et al.

"The lag was calculated for which the correlation coefficient of the CO2 record and the corresponding temperatures values reached a maximum. The simulation yields a lag of (1200 ± 700) yr."

Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations over the Last Glacial Termination
(Science, Volume 291. Number 5501, January 2001)
- Eric Monnin et al.

"The start of the CO2 increase thus lagged the start of the [temperature] increase by 800 ± 600 years.">

Coherence established between atmospheric carbon dioxide and global temperature
(Nature, Volume 343, Number 6260, pp. 709-714, February 1990)
- Cynthia Kuo et al.

Temperature and atmospheric carbon dioxide are significantly correlated over the past thirty years. Changes in carbon dioxide content lag those in temperature by five months.

Ice core records of atmospheric CO2 around the last three glacial terminations
(Science, Volume 283, Number 5408, pp. 1712-1714, March 1999)
- Hubertus Fischer et al.

"High-resolution records from Antarctic ice cores show that carbon dioxide concentrations increased by 80 to 100 parts per million by volume 600 ± 400 years after the warming of the last three deglaciations."

Southern Hemisphere and Deep-Sea Warming Led Deglacial Atmospheric CO2 Rise and Tropical Warming
(Science, Volume 318, Issue 5849, September 2007)
- Lowell Stott et al.

"Deep sea temperatures warmed by ~2C between 19 and 17 ka B.P. (thousand years before present), leading the rise in atmospheric CO2 and tropical surface ocean warming by ~1000 years."

The phase relations among atmospheric CO2 content, temperature and global ice volume over the past 420 ka (PDF)
(Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp. 583-589, February 2001)
- Manfred Mudelsee

"Over the full 420 ka of the Vostok record, CO2 variations lag behind atmospheric temperature changes in the Southern Hemisphere by 1.3±1.0 ka"

Timing of Atmospheric CO2 and Antarctic Temperature Changes Across Termination III
(Science, Volume 299, Number 5613, March 2003)
- Nicolas Caillon et al.

"The sequence of events during Termination III suggests that the CO2 increase lagged Antarctic deglacial warming by 800 ± 200 years and preceded the Northern Hemisphere deglaciation."


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