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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
Emmert et al. (2008)Thermospheric global average density trends, 1967-2007, derived from orbits of 5000 near‐Earth objects
Emmert et al. 2004Global change in the thermosphere: Compelling evidence of a secular decrease in density
Emmert et al. 2007Thermospheric global average density trends, 1967-2007, derived from orbits of 5000 near‐Earth objects
Energy balanceEnergy balance
England et al. (2014)Recent intensification of wind-driven circulation in the Pacific and the ongoing warming hiatus
England et al. 2014Recent intensification of wind-driven circulation in the Pacific and the ongoing warming hiatus
EnsembleEnsemble
ENSOEl Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO)
EOFEOF
EOSEOS
EPICAEPICA
EPICA Community Members (2006)One-to-one coupling of glacial climate variability in Greenland and Antarctica.
EPICA Community Members 2006One-to-one coupling of glacial climate variability in Greenland and Antarctica.
Equilibrium and transient climate experimentEquilibrium and transient climate experiment
Equilibrium lineEquilibrium line
Equivalent carbon dioxide concentrationEquivalent carbon dioxide concentration
Equivalent carbon dioxide emissionEquivalent carbon dioxide emission
ERA-15ERA-15
ERA-40ERA-40
ERBEERBE
ERBSERBS
Erlykin 2009Solar activity and the mean global temperature
Erlykin et al. (2009)Solar activity and the mean global temperature
Erlykin et al. 2009Solar activity and the mean global temperature
ERSERS
Eshel & Martin (2006)Diet, Energy, and Global Warming
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