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Leakey et al. 2006Photosynthesis, Productivity, and Yield of Maize Are Not Affected by Open-Air Elevation of CO2 Concentration in the Absence of Drought
Leakey et al. 2009Elevated CO2 effects on plant carbon, nitrogen, and water relations: six important lessons from FACE
Lean & Rind (1999)Evaluating sun–climate relationships since the Little Ice Age
Lean & Rind (2008)How natural and anthropogenic influences alter global and regional surface temperatures: 1889 to 2006
Lean & Rind 1999Evaluating sun–climate relationships since the Little Ice Age
Lean & Rind 2008How natural and anthropogenic influences alter global and regional surface temperatures: 1889 to 2006
Lean 1999Evaluating sun–climate relationships since the Little Ice Age
Lean 2008How natural and anthropogenic influences alter global and regional surface temperatures: 1889 to 2006
Lean and Rind (2008)How natural and anthropogenic influences alter global and regional surface temperatures: 1889 to 2006
Lean and Rind 2008How natural and anthropogenic influences alter global and regional surface temperatures: 1889 to 2006
Leclercq & Oerlemans (2011)Global and hemispheric temperature reconstruction from glacier length fluctuations
Leclercq & Oerlemans 2011Global and hemispheric temperature reconstruction from glacier length fluctuations
Lenoir et al. (2008)A Significant Upward Shift in Plant Species Optimum Elevation During the 20th Century
Lenoir et al. 2008A Significant Upward Shift in Plant Species Optimum Elevation During the 20th Century
Lenton et al. (2014)Co-evolution of eukaryotes and ocean oxygenation in the Neoproterozoic era
Lenton et al. 2014Co-evolution of eukaryotes and ocean oxygenation in the Neoproterozoic era
Lester et al. (2004)Unusually persistent complainants
Lester et al. 2004Unusually persistent complainants
Leuliette & Willis (2011)Balancing the sea level budget
Leuliette & Willis 2011Balancing the sea level budget
Level of Scientific UnderstandingLOSU
Levermann (2013)The multimillennial sea-level commitment of global warming
Levermann 2013The multimillennial sea-level commitment of global warming
Levermann et al. (2013)The multimillennial sea-level commitment of global warming
Levermann et al. 2013The multimillennial sea-level commitment of global warming
Levin & Hesshaimer (2000)Radiocarbon – A Unique Tracer of Global Carbon Cycle Dynamics
Levin & Hesshaimer 2000Radiocarbon – A Unique Tracer of Global Carbon Cycle Dynamics
Levin & Le Bris (2015)The deep ocean under climate change
Levin & Le Bris 2015The deep ocean under climate change
Leviston et al. (2013)Your opinion on climate change might not be as common as you think
Leviston et al. 2013Your opinion on climate change might not be as common as you think
Lewandowsky et al. (2012)Misinformation and its correction continued influence and successful debiasing
Lewandowsky et al. (2013)The pivotal role of perceived scientific consensus in acceptance of science
Lewandowsky et al. (2015)Recurrent fury: Conspiratorial discourse in the blogosphere triggered by research on the role of conspiracist ideation in climate denial
Lewandowsky et al. (2017)Beyond Misinformation: Understanding and Coping with the “Post-Truth” Era
Lewandowsky et al. (2018)The ‘pause’ in global warming in historical context: Comparing models to observations
Lewandowsky et al. (2018a)The ‘Alice in Wonderland’mechanics of the rejection of (climate) science: simulating coherence by conspiracism
Lewandowsky et al. 2012Misinformation and its correction continued influence and successful debiasing
Lewandowsky et al. 2013The pivotal role of perceived scientific consensus in acceptance of science
Lewandowsky et al. 2015Recurrent fury: Conspiratorial discourse in the blogosphere triggered by research on the role of conspiracist ideation in climate denial
Lewandowsky et al. 2017Beyond Misinformation: Understanding and Coping with the “Post-Truth” Era
Lewandowsky et al. 2018The ‘pause’ in global warming in historical context: Comparing models to observations
Lewandowsky et al. 2018aThe ‘Alice in Wonderland’mechanics of the rejection of (climate) science: simulating coherence by conspiracism
Lewis (2013)An Objective Bayesian Improved Approach for Applying Optimal Fingerprint Techniques to Estimate Climate Sensitivity
Lewis 2013An Objective Bayesian Improved Approach for Applying Optimal Fingerprint Techniques to Estimate Climate Sensitivity
Lewis et al. (2019)Comment on “The global tree restoration potential”
Lewis et al. 2019Comment on “The global tree restoration potential”
LGMLGM
Li et al. (2007)Impacts of external forcing on the 20th century global warming
Li et al. (2011)The global energy balance of Titan
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