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Papers / Publications

Biology

Evidence for a recent increase in forest growth
Sean M. McMahon, Geoffrey G. Parker, and Dawn R. Miller; 2010

Onset of spring starting earlier across the Northern Hemisphere
Mark D. Schwartz, Rein Ahas, Anto Aasa, 2006

Global land surface phenology trends from GIMMS database
Y. Julien and J. A. Sobrino, 2008

Temperature

Thomas C. Peterson, Alan N. Basist, Claude N. Williams, and Norman C. Grody, 2000,A Blended Satellite–In Situ Near-
Global Surface Temperature Dataset

Kevin Gallo, Jimmy Adegoke, and Tim Owen, 2002?, ESTIMATION OF THE URBAN HEAT ISLAND EFFECT FOR THE GLOBAL HISTORICAL CLIMATOLOGICAL NETWORK

A Comparison of SNOTEL and GHCN/CRU Surface Temperatures with Free-Air Temperatures at High Elevations in the Western United States: Data Compatibility and Trends
Pepin, Losleben, Hartman, Chowanski; 2005

Miskolczi, 2006, Greenhouse effect in semi-transparent planetary atmospheres , IDŐJÁRÁS, Vol. 111, No. 1, January–March 2007, pp. 1–40

Toth, 2010, The virial theorem and planetary atmospheres, arXiv.org > physics > arXiv:1002.2980

A Critical Assessment of Satellite Drag and Atmospheric Density Modeling, Vallado, David Finkleman

Thermospheric Space Weather Modeling Marcos, William J. Burke, and Shu T. Lai, 2007

Timothy D. Mitchell and Philip D. Jones, Jan 2005 An Improved Method of Constructing a Database of Monthly Climate Observations and Associated High-Resolutions Grids, Int. J. Climatol. 25: 693–712 (2005)

Models

Phillips, 1955, The general circulation of the atmosphere: A numerical experiment, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 82 Issue 352, Pages 123 – 164

Manabe and Möller, 1961, On the radiative equilibrium and heat balance of the atmosphere, Mon. Weather Rev. 89 (1961), pp. 503–532

Manabe, S., and R.F. Strickler, 1964, Thermal Equilibrium of the Atmosphere with a Convective Adjustment, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 21(4):361-385, 1964.

Manabe, S., J. Smagorinsky, and R.F. Strickler, 1965, Simulated Climatology of a General Circulation Model with a Hydrologic Cycle, Monthly Weather Review, 93(12):769-798, 1965.

Manabe, Syukuro and Richard T. Wetherald, 1967. Thermal Equilibrium of the Atmosphere with a Given Distribution of Relative Humidity, Journal of Atmospheric Science 24, 241-259.

Budyko, Mikhail I., 1969, The effect of solar radiation variations on the climate of the Earth, Tellus 21, 611–619

Sellers, W. D., 1969, A global climatic model based on the energy balance of the Earth-atmosphere system, Journal of Applied Meteorology 8, 392-400.

Hasselman, 1976 Stochastic Climate Models

North, 1981, Energy Balance Climate Models

Stern, David, 2006, An atmosphere–ocean time series model of global climate change, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis. Volume 51, Issue 2, 15 November 2006, Pages 1330-1346

http://www.sterndavidi.com/topics.html#cli

see also http://www.jamstec.go.jp/frcgc/manabe/cbiblio.html

Modeling the Holocene

H. Renssen, H. Goosse, and R. Muscheler, 2006, Coupled climate model simulation of Holocene cooling events: oceanic feedback amplifies solar forcing, Clim. Past, 2, 79–90, 2006

climateprediction.net: Mid-holocene Experiment

S. L. Weber and J. Oerlemans, 2003, Holocene glacier variability: three case studies using an intermediate-complexity climate model, The Holocene, Vol. 13, No. 3, 353-363 (2003) DOI: 10.1191/0959683603hl628rp

Charles A. Perry and Kenneth J. Hsu, 2000, Geophysical, archaeological, and historical evidence support a solar-output model for climate change , PNAS

Oreste Reale and Jagadish Shukla, 2000, Modeling the effects of vegetation on Mediterranean climate during the Roman Classical Period: Part II. Model simulation , Global and Planetary Change, Volume 25, Issues 3-4, August 2000, Pages 185-214

L. Marquera, S. Pomel, A. Abichouc, E. Schulzd, D. Kaniewskie and E. Van Campoe, ,Late Holocene high resolution palaeoclimatic reconstruction inferred from Sebkha Mhabeul, southeast Tunisia, Quaternary Research, Volume 70, Issue 2, September 2008, Pages 240-250

C. Taricco, M. Ghil, S. Alessio, and G. Vivaldo, 2009, Two millennia of climate variability in the Central Mediterranean Clim. Past, 5, 171–181, 2009

History

1827: Joseph Fourier, 1827, Mémoires de l’Académie Royale des Sciences de l’Institut de France VII., 1827, pages 570–604

1861: John Tyndall, 1861. On the Absorption and Radiation of Heat by Gases and Vapours, and on the Physical Connection of Radiation, Absorption, and Conduction. Philosophical Magazine ser. 4, vol. 22, 169–94, 273–85.

1896: Svante Arrhenius, 1896b, On the Influence of Carbonic Acid in the Air upon the Temperature of the Ground, London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science (fifth series), April 1896. vol 41, pages 237–275.

1938: Guy Stewart Callendar, 1938, The artificial production of carbon dioxide and its influence on temperature, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, vol 64, no 275, pages 223-240

1956: Gilbert,Infrared Radiation in the Atmosphere, 1956, American Journal of Physics, May 1956, Volume 24, Issue 5, pp. 303-321

(see also: American Scientist: Carbon Dioxide and the Climate)

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