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  1. Carbon Finance: The Financial Implications of Climate Change (Wiley Finance) by Sonia Labatt, Rodney R. White, 2007-04-06
  2. Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change
  3. Growing Perennials in Cold Climates by Mike Heger, John Whitman, 1998-11-11
  4. Understanding Weather and Climate (5th Edition) by Edward Aguado, James E. Burt, 2009-02-23
  5. A Vast Machine: Computer Models, Climate Data, and the Politics of Global Warming by Paul N. Edwards, 2010-04-30
  6. Adapting to Climate Change: Thresholds, Values, Governance
  7. Introduction To Three-dimensional Climate Modeling by Warren M. Washington; Claire L. Parkinson, 2005-05-16
  8. Energy and Climate Wars: How naive politicians, green ideologues, and media elites are undermining the truth about energy and climate by Peter C. Glover, Michael J. Economides, 2010-09-16
  9. Understanding Weather and Climate (4th Edition) by Edward Aguado, James Burt, 2006-05-13
  10. Financing Education in a Climate of Change (8th Edition) by Vern Brimley, Rulon R. Garfield, 2001-07-09
  11. Field Notes from a Catastrophe: Man, Nature, and Climate Change by Elizabeth Kolbert, 2006-12-26
  12. Boundary Layer Climates by T. R. Oke, 1988-01-28
  13. A Buddhist Response to the Climate Emergency
  14. Homes for a Changing Climate: Adapting Our Homes and Communities to Cope with the Climate of the 21st Century by Will Anderson, 2010-01-11

61. Abrupt Climate Change : Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Recent and rapidly advancing evidence demonstrates that Earth s climate repeatedly has shifted dramatically and in time spans as short as a decade.

62. Climate Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Natural Resources, Current Issues, Inte
climate Geography Flags, Maps, Economy, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System.

63. Welcome To The Oregon Climate Service
Official state archive for Oregon weather and climate data, located at Oregon State University, Corvallis.

64. NRCS National Water And Climate Center - Climate
PRISM (Parameterelevation Regressions on Independent Slopes Model) uses point measurements of precipitation, temperature, and other climate elements to

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Select a category below: PRISM PRISM (Parameter-elevation Regressions on Independent Slopes Model) uses point measurements of precipitation, temperature, and other climate elements to produce continuous, digital coverages for the United States. Climate Reports Map-based climate information retrieval, climate reports for soil survey regions and wetlands climate table documentation. Climate Data Includes weather generator technology (GEM), climate data sets, and wind data for the United States. General Information Back to Top Site Map Contact Webmaster NRCS ... FirstGov

65. US Climate Change Science Program
The climate Change Science Program integrates federal research on climate and global change, as sponsored by thirteen federal agencies and overseen by the
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Integrating federal research on global change and climate change RSS Newsfeed Strategic Plan for the U.S. Climate Change Science Program (2003) Our Changing Planet Final Reports of Synthesis and Assessment Products New at ...
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Final Report of Synthesis and Assessment Product 4.7
(Impacts of Climate Variability and Change on Transportation Systems and Infrastructure Gulf Coast Study): is posted online. See also press release (dtd 12 March 2008) from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). (posted 12 March 2008). The Potential Impacts of Global Sea Level Rise on Transportation Infrastructure. Publication (dtd Nov 2007) from the U.S. Department of Transportation (link posted 23 Jan 2008). Frequently Asked Questions from the IPCC's "Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis." Nineteen FAQs (each as a separate PDF file) from the Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, first published in 2007 (link posted 29 Aug 2007) New from CCSP agencies...

66. CPC - Outreach: Glossary Of Terms
climate Prediction Center (CPC) This Center is one of several centers under the National climate Test Bed - The climate Test Bed is an NCEP project, Home Site Map News ... Organization Search
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Outreach CLIMATE GLOSSARY A B C D ... Z A - Used on climate outlooks to indicate areas that are likely to be above normal. Anomaly - The deviation of a measurable unit, (e.g., temperature or precipitation) in a given region over a specified period from the long-term average, often the thirty year mean, for the same region. AO See Arctic Oscillation Apparent temperature - The temperature people perceive under hot and humid conditions. (See Excessive Heat Outlook Arctic Oscillation (AO) - The Arctic Oscillation is a pattern in which atmospheric pressure at polar and middle latitudes fluctuates between negative and positive phases. The negative phase brings higher-than-normal pressure over the polar region and lower-than-normal pressure at about 45 degrees north latitude. The negative phase allows cold air to plunge into the Midwestern United States and western Europe, and storms bring rain to the Mediterranean. The positive phase brings the opposite conditions, steering ocean storms farther north and bringing wetter weather to Alaska, Scotland and Scandinavia and drier conditions to areas such as California, Spain and the Middle East. The North Atlantic Oscillation is often considered to be a regional manifestation of the AO.

67. World Climate Report
Uses a collection of data, facts and statements within a broad range of categories to find and explain many of the fallacies held in popular global warming
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A Sea Surface Story
Filed under: Temperature History Sometimes we wonder if authors of papers are not outright campaigning for coverage in World Climate Report . Chose a title like “Ocean surface warming: The North Atlantic remains within the envelope of previous recorded conditions” and you will be guaranteed coverage by our skeptical scientists!
May 16, 2008
Where Are All The Drowning Polar Bears?
Filed under: Adaptation Animals Arctic Polar The Interior Department just announced its decision to list the polar bear as “threatened” under the U.S Endangered Species Act (ESA). The justification behind the decision is that polar bears are highly dependent on sea ice in the Arctic for their livelihood—hunting, mating, birthing, family rearing, etc.—and thus if sea ice declines, so will the overall health of the species. While this may, in fact, be true in some sense, it also gives short-shrift to the bears adaptive abilities, which must be large, given that they survived the previous interglacial warm period as well as an extended period of warmer-than-present conditions in the Arctic (which undoubtedly were associated with reduced sea ice levels) about 5,000 to 7,000 years ago (give or take a thousand years) (see here fore example). If the bears fare worse this time around, it will mostly likely be because their natural adaptive response may run up against a human roadblock in the form of habitat disruption or other types of difficulties that an increased human presence may pose to the adapting bears. It seems that this is what the intent of the ESA is aimed at tempering, not trying to alter the climate—precisely how the Act should have be applied, despite all the criticism surrounding the decision.

68. Welcome To The NOAA MRCC Homepage
The Midwestern Regional climate Center (MRCC) is a cooperative program of the Illinois The MRCC is a partner in a national climate service program that
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Dry Weather It was another very cool week across the Midwest, but mostly dry weather helped accelerate spring planting. Details can be found in the May 24th edition of the Midwest Climate Watch.
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The Midwestern Regional Climate Center (MRCC) is a cooperative program of the Illinois State Water Survey and the National Climatic Data Center (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S, Department of Commerce). The MRCC is a partner in a national climate service program that includes the National Climatic Data Center Regional Climate Centers , and State Climate Offices The Illinois State Water Survey is a Division of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources and an Affiliated Agency of the University of Illinois.

69. The Climate Registry
THE climate REGISTRY is a collaboration between states, provinces and tribes aimed at developing and managing a common greenhouse gas emissions reporting

70. Welcome To The California Climate Change Portal
This is the homepage for the California climate Change Portal.
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73. Welcome To ACIA
A project of the Arctic Council and the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), to evaluate and synthesize knowledge of the consequences of
Arctic Climate Impact Assessment
An international project of the Arctic Council and the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), to evaluate and synthesize knowledge on climate variability, climate change, and increased ultraviolet radiation and their consequences. The results of the assessment were released at the ACIA International Scientific Symposium held in Reykjavik, Iceland in November 2004.
The Arctic Council is a high-level intergovernmental forum. The members are Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, the Russian Federation, Sweden, and the United States of America. IASC is a non-governmental organization that facilitates cooperation in all aspects of arctic research in all countries engaged in arctic research and in all areas of the arctic region.
The ACIA Secretariat was hosted at the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Funding for the Secretariat was provided by the U.S. National Science Foundation and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
ACIA Reports
The ACIA Policy Document was prepared by the Arctic Council and presented at the Fourth Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting, Reykjavik, 24 November 2004.

74. United States Climate Action Partnership
A group of businesses and organizations encouraging the federal government to enact legislation for significant reduction in greenhouse gases.
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Welcome to the U.S. Climate Action Partnership (USCAP) Web Site
United States Climate Action Partnership (USCAP) is a group of businesses and leading environmental organizations that have come together to call on the federal government to quickly enact strong national legislation to require significant reductions of greenhouse gas emissions. USCAP has issued a landmark set of principles and recommendations to underscore the urgent need for a policy framework on climate change.
USCAP Members Include:
Our Report: A Call for Action
Our solutions-based report, titled A Call for Action (PDF- 1.18 MB), is the result of a year-long collaboration. It lays out a blueprint for a mandatory economy-wide, market-driven approach to climate protection.
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  • Account for the global dimensions of climate change; Create incentives for technology innovation;
  • 75. William J. Clinton Foundation "Clinton Climate Initiative"
    Building on his longterm commitment to preserving the environment, President Clinton launched the Clinton Foundation’s climate Initiative (CCI) in August
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    CCI Partnership to Green London Buildings President Clinton and Mayor Bloomberg Announce Partnership to "Green" Buildings Across New York City Clinton Foundation Partnership to Make New York Public Housing Energy-Efficient ... President Clinton Announces Major Partnerships to Retrofit Public and Private Buildings Nationwide
    Clinton Climate Initiative Building on his long-term commitment to preserving the environment, President Clinton launched the Clinton Foundation’s Climate Initiative (CCI) in August 2006 with the mission of applying the Foundation’s business-oriented approach to the fight against climate change in practical, measurable and significant ways.
    In its first phase, CCI is working with the C40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group, an association of large cities dedicated to tackling climate change—to develop and implement a range of actions that will accelerate greenhouse gas emissions reductions. With cities contributing approximately 75 percent of all heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions to our atmosphere, while only comprising 2 percent of land mass, large cities are critical to winning this fight and slowing the pace of global warming. In May, mayors, chief climate officials and business leaders from 45 cities met in New York for the second C40 Large Cities Climate Summit to share best practices, identify collaborative projects and chart future action in the fight against global warming. To see who attended and what they accomplished, visit

    76. Presidents Climate Commitment
    American College University Presidents climate Commitment Cornell makes climate neutrality a classroom focus Chronicle Online (10/04/2007)
    Save the Date: ACUPCC Leadership Summit
    Grand Rapids, MI - June 5-6, 2008 Recent Signatories: Metropolitan State University (MN) William J. Lowe, President Ancilla College (IN) Ronald L. May, President University of Delaware Patrick Harker, President John Henderson, President State University of New York at Albany George M. Philip, President State University of New York at Fredonia Dennis L. Hefner, President Colby College (ME) William D. Adams, President In the News: All 50 States Represented in the ACUPCC
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    77. Regional Climate Centers
    The National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) hosts this page for NOAA s Regional climate Centers. This page provides the contact information for each of NOAA s
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    78. Special Report On Climate Change - New Scientist Environment
    The Moon s brightness during last month s eclipse shows Earth s atmosphere contains little volcanic dust, which can affect the climate
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    Life feels the effects of a changing climate
    Climate change is already altering our planet's biology, with only Antarctica so far spared its influence, says an analysis of thousands of studies

    79. WCI: Western Climate Initiative
    Collaboration of several western states and two provinces of western Canada to find ways to work together to reduce greenhouse gases in the region.
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    The Western Climate Initiative is a collaboration which was launched in February 2007 by the Governors of Arizona, California, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington to develop regional strategies to address climate change. WCI is identifying, evaluating and implementing collective and cooperative ways to reduce greenhouse gases in the region. In the spring of 2007, the Governor of Utah and the Premiers of British Columbia and Manitoba joined the Initiative. Montana joined in January, 2008 and Quebec moved from Observer to Partner status in April, 2008. Other US and Mexican states and Canadian provinces have joined as observers. For a map showing Partners and Observers click here Through WCI, the Partners set an overall regional goal in August 2007 for reducing greenhouse gas emissions (see the GHG Reduction Goal Statement ). By August 2008 the Partners will also complete the design of a market-based mechanism to help achieve that reduction goal. The partners developed a Workplan to guide their work and are seeking public input throughout the process.

    80. Minnesota Climatology Working Group
    Climatological and meteorological information from the University of Minnesota. Includes information on the latest weather events in Minnesota, a climate
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