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Dessler & Davis (2010)Trends in tropospheric humidity from reanalysis systems
Dessler & Davis 2010Trends in tropospheric humidity from reanalysis systems
Dessler & Loeb (2013)Impact of dataset choice on calculations of the short-term cloud feedback.
Dessler 2010A Determination of the Cloud Feedback from Climate Variations over the Past Decade.
Dessler and Davis (2010)Trends in tropospheric humidity from reanalysis systems
Dessler and Davis 2010Trends in tropospheric humidity from reanalysis systems
Dessler and LoebImpact of dataset choice on calculations of the short-term cloud feedback.
Dessler and Loeb (2013)Impact of dataset choice on calculations of the short-term cloud feedback.
Detection and attributionDetection and attribution
DeVries et al. (2017)Recent increase in oceanic carbon uptake driven by weaker upper-ocean overturning
DeVries et al. 2017Recent increase in oceanic carbon uptake driven by weaker upper-ocean overturning
DiatomsDiatoms
Diaz & Trouet (2014)Some perspectives on societal impacts of past climatic changes
Diaz & Trouet 2014Some perspectives on societal impacts of past climatic changes
Diaz et al. (2011)Spatial and temporal characteristics of climate in medieval times revisited
Diaz et al. 2011Spatial and temporal characteristics of climate in medieval times revisited
DICDIC
Dickens (2011)Down the rabbit hole: Toward appropriate discussion of methane release from gas hydrate systems during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum and other past hyperthermal events
Dickens 2011Down the rabbit hole: Toward appropriate discussion of methane release from gas hydrate systems during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum and other past hyperthermal events
Diethelm & McKee (2009)Denialism: what is it and how should scientists respond?
Diethelm & McKee 2009Denialism: what is it and how should scientists respond?
Ding et al. (2011)Support for climate policy and societal action are linked to perceptions about scientific agreement
Ding et al. 2011Support for climate policy and societal action are linked to perceptions about scientific agreement
Diurnal temperature rangeDiurnal temperature range
Dixon et al. (2017)Improving Climate Change Acceptance Among US Conservatives Through Value-Based Message Targeting
Dixon et al. 2017Improving Climate Change Acceptance Among US Conservatives Through Value-Based Message Targeting
DJFDJF
DLRDLR
Dmitrenko et al. (2011)Recent changes in shelf hydrography in the Siberian Arctic: Potential for subsea permafrost instability
Dmitrenko et al. 2011Recent changes in shelf hydrography in the Siberian Arctic: Potential for subsea permafrost instability
DMSDMS
Dobson unitDU
DOCDOC
Donat & Alexander (2012)The shifting probability distribution of global daytime and night-time temperatures
Donat & Alexander 2012The shifting probability distribution of global daytime and night-time temperatures
Donnelly et al. (2004)Coupling instrumental and geological records of sea-level change: Evidence from southern New England of an increase in the rate of sea-level rise in the late 19th century
Donnelly et al. 2004Coupling instrumental and geological records of sea-level change: Evidence from southern New England of an increase in the rate of sea-level rise in the late 19th century
Doran & Zimmerman (2009)Examining the scientific consensus on climate
Doran & Zimmerman 2009Examining the scientific consensus on climate
Doran and Kendall-Zimmerman (2009)Examining the scientific consensus on climate
DORISDORIS
Dormaar et al. (1989)Vegetation and Soil Responses to Short-Duration Grazing on Fescue Grasslands
Dormaar et al. 1989Vegetation and Soil Responses to Short-Duration Grazing on Fescue Grasslands
Douville et al. (2015)The recent global warming hiatus: What is the role of Pacific variability?
Douville et al. 2015The recent global warming hiatus: What is the role of Pacific variability?
DownscalingDownscaling
DroughtDrought
DSOWDSOW
DSPDSP
DTRDTR
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