POSTED 6 APRIL 2006
Anthropogenic Ocean Acidification Over the Twenty-First century and its Impact on Calcifying Organisms, James C. Orr, et al, Nature 437, 681-686 (29 September 2005).
Climatic Consequences of a Large-Scale Desertification in Northeast Brazil: A GCM Simulation Study, Marcos Daisuke Oyama and Carlos Afonso Nobre, Journal of Climate, 15 Aug. 2004.
The First South Atlantic Hurricane: Unprecedented Blocking, Low Shear, and Climate Change, Pezza, Alexandre and Simmonds, Ian, Geophysical Research Letters 32(L15712). 12 August 2005.
Ice-Sheet and Sea-Level Changes, Richard Alley et al, Science, Oct. 21, 2005.
Modeling Conservation in the Amazon Basin, Britaldo Silveira Soares-Filho et al, Nature 23 March 2006.
Penetration of Human-Induced Warming into the World's Oceans, Barnett, Tim et al, Science, 309(5732): 284-287 (8 July 2005).
Stable Carbon Cycle-Climate Relationship During the Late Pleistocene, Urs Siegenthaler et al, Science 25 November 2005.
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