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Goldberg et al. (2019)The role of anchoring in judgments about expert consensus
Goldberg et al. (2019b)The Experience of Consensus: Video as an Effective Medium to Communicate Scientific Agreement on Climate Change
Goldberg et al. 2019The role of anchoring in judgments about expert consensus
Goldberg et al. 2019bThe Experience of Consensus: Video as an Effective Medium to Communicate Scientific Agreement on Climate Change
GOMEGOME
Goodland & Anhang (2009) Livestock and Climate Change: What is the key actors in climate change are cows, pigs, and chickens?
Goodland & Anhang 2009 Livestock and Climate Change: What is the key actors in climate change are cows, pigs, and chickens?
Goosse et al. (2012)The role of forcing and internal dynamics in explaining the Medieval Climate Anomaly
Goosse et al. 2012The role of forcing and internal dynamics in explaining the Medieval Climate Anomaly
Gough (1981)Solar interior structure and luminosity variations
Gough 1981Solar interior structure and luminosity variations
GPCCGPCC
GPCPGPCP
GPSGPS
Graça et al. (2015)Meat, beyond the plate. Data driven hypotheses for understanding consumer willingness to adopt a more plant-based diet
Graça et al. (2015a)Attached to meat? (Un)Willigness and intentions to adopt a more plant-based diet
Graça et al. 2015Meat, beyond the plate. Data driven hypotheses for understanding consumer willingness to adopt a more plant-based diet
Graça et al. 2015aAttached to meat? (Un)Willigness and intentions to adopt a more plant-based diet
GRACEGRACE
Graham Cogley (2009)Geodetic and direct mass-balance measurements: comparison and joint analysis
Graham Cogley 2009Geodetic and direct mass-balance measurements: comparison and joint analysis
Graham et al (2013)Support for global climate reorganization during the “Medieval Climate Anomaly”
Graham et al 2013Support for global climate reorganization during the “Medieval Climate Anomaly”
Greenhouse effectGreenhouse effect
Greenhouse gasGreenhouse gas (GHG)
Greenland Ice SheetGreenland Ice Sheet
Gregory et al. (2002)An Observationally Based Estimate of the Climate Sensitivity
Gregory et al. 2002An Observationally Based Estimate of the Climate Sensitivity
Griggs & Harries (2004)Comparison of spectrally resolved outgoing longwave data between 1970 and present
Griggs & Harries 2004Comparison of spectrally resolved outgoing longwave data between 1970 and present
Grinsted et al. (2010)Reconstructing sea level from paleo and projected temperatures 200 to 2100 AD
Grinsted et al. (2013)Projected Atlantic hurricane surge threat from rising temperatures
Grinsted et al. 2010Reconstructing sea level from paleo and projected temperatures 200 to 2100 AD
Grinsted et al. 2013Projected Atlantic hurricane surge threat from rising temperatures
GRIPGRIP
Groisman et al. (2004)Contemporary Changes of the Hydrological Cycle over the Contiguous United States: Trends Derived from In Situ Observations
Groisman et al. 2004Contemporary Changes of the Hydrological Cycle over the Contiguous United States: Trends Derived from In Situ Observations
Gross Primary ProductionGPP
Ground iceGround ice
Ground temperatureGround temperature
Grounding line/zoneGrounding line/zone
GSAGSA
GtGt
Gutjahr et al 2017Very large release of mostly volcanic carbon during the Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
Gutjahr et al. (2017)Very large release of mostly volcanic carbon during the Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
Gutjahr et al. (2017)Very large release of mostly volcanic carbon during the Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
Gutjahr et al. 2017Very large release of mostly volcanic carbon during the Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
GWEGWE
GWPGWP
GyreGyre
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