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DUDU
Dynamical systemDynamical system
Eakin et al. (2010)Caribbean corals in crisis: record thermal stress, bleaching, and mortality in 2005
Eakin et al. 2010Caribbean corals in crisis: record thermal stress, bleaching, and mortality in 2005
EARLINETEARLINET
Easterling & Wehner (2009)Is the climate warming or cooling?
Easterling & Wehner 2009Is the climate warming or cooling?
EBMEBM
Eby et al. (2009)Lifetime of anthropogenic climate change: Millennial time scales of potential CO2 and surface temperature perturbations
Eby et al. 2009Lifetime of anthropogenic climate change: Millennial time scales of potential CO2 and surface temperature perturbations
Ecker et al. (2011)Correcting false information in memory: Manipulating the strength of misinformation encoding and its retraction
Ecker et al. (2017)Reminders and Repetition of Misinformation: Helping or Hindering Its Retraction?
Ecker et al. (2020)The effectiveness of short‐format refutational fact‐checks
Ecker et al. 2011Correcting false information in memory: Manipulating the strength of misinformation encoding and its retraction
Ecker et al. 2017Reminders and Repetition of Misinformation: Helping or Hindering Its Retraction?
Ecker et al. 2020The effectiveness of short‐format refutational fact‐checks
ECMWFECMWF
EcosystemEcosystem
ECSECS (Equilibrium climate sensitivity)
EDGAREDGAR
EemianInterglacials
EfficacyEfficacy
Eitzen et al. (2008)Statistical Analyses of Satellite Cloud Object Data from CERES. Part V: Relationships between Physical Properties of Marine Boundary Layer Clouds.
Eitzen et al. 2008Statistical Analyses of Satellite Cloud Object Data from CERES. Part V: Relationships between Physical Properties of Marine Boundary Layer Clouds.
Ekman pumpingEkman pumping
Ekman transportEkman transport
El Niño-Southern OscillationEl Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO)
Elgie & Mcclay (2013)BC’s Carbon Tax Shift after five years: Results
Elgie & Mcclay 2013BC’s Carbon Tax Shift after five years: Results
Elgie and Mcclay (2013)BC’s Carbon Tax Shift after five years: Results
Elgie and Mcclay 2013BC’s Carbon Tax Shift after five years: Results
Eliason et al. (2011)Differences in Thermal Tolerance Among Sockeye Salmon Populations
Eliason et al. 2011Differences in Thermal Tolerance Among Sockeye Salmon Populations
Elliot et al. (1998)Global warming on Triton
Elliot et al. 1998Global warming on Triton
Ellis (1890)On the difference produced in the mean temperature derived from daily maximum and minimum readings, as depending on the time at which the thermometers are read
Ellis 1890On the difference produced in the mean temperature derived from daily maximum and minimum readings, as depending on the time at which the thermometers are read
Elsasser & Dunlap (2012)Leading voices in the denier choir: Conservative columnists’ dismissal of global warming and denigration of climate science
Elsasser & Dunlap 2012Leading voices in the denier choir: Conservative columnists’ dismissal of global warming and denigration of climate science
Elsner et al. (2008)The increasing intensity of the strongest tropical cyclones
Elsner et al. (2010)Daily tropical cyclone intensity response to solar ultraviolet radiation
Elsner et al. 2008The increasing intensity of the strongest tropical cyclones
Elsner et al. 2010Daily tropical cyclone intensity response to solar ultraviolet radiation
Emanuel (2011)Global Warming Effects on U.S. Hurricane Damage
Emanuel 2011Global Warming Effects on U.S. Hurricane Damage
Emanuel et al. (2008)Hurricanes and Global Warming: Results from Downscaling IPCC AR4 Simulations
Emanuel et al. 2008Hurricanes and Global Warming: Results from Downscaling IPCC AR4 Simulations
EMICEMIC
Emission scenarioEmission scenario
Emmert et al. (2004)Global change in the thermosphere: Compelling evidence of a secular decrease in density
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