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All IPCC definitions taken from Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Working Group I Contribution to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Annex I, Glossary, pp. 941-954. Cambridge University Press.

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Berner & Kothavala 2001GEOCARB III: a revised model of atmospheric CO2 over Phanerozoic time
Berner 2009GEOCARB III: A revised model of atmospheric CO2 over Phanerozoic time
Berners-Lee et al. (2012)The relative greenhouse gas impacts of realistic dietary choices
Berners-Lee et al. 2012The relative greenhouse gas impacts of realistic dietary choices
Bertoldo et al. (2019)Scientific truth or debate: On the link between perceived scientific consensus and belief in anthropogenic climate change.
Bertoldo et al. 2019Scientific truth or debate: On the link between perceived scientific consensus and belief in anthropogenic climate change.
Beven et al (2008) Atlantic hurricane season of 2005
Beven et al 2008Atlantic hurricane season of 2005
Beyond misinformation: Understanding and coping with the post-truth eraBeyond Misinformation: Understanding and Coping with the “Post-Truth” Era
Bindoff et al. 2015Detection and Attribution of Climate Change: from Global to Regional.
Bintanja et al. (2013)Important role for ocean warming and increased ice-shelf melt in Antarctic sea-ice expansion
Bintanja et al. 2013Important role for ocean warming and increased ice-shelf melt in Antarctic sea-ice expansion
BiomassBiomass
BiomeBiome
BIOME 6000BIOME 6000
BiosphereTerrestrial and Marine Biospheres
Black carbonBC
Black et al. (2014)Acid rain and ozone depletion from pulsed Siberian Traps magmatism.Geology
Black et al. 2014Acid rain and ozone depletion from pulsed Siberian Traps magmatism.Geology
Blackburn et al. (2013)Zircon U-Pb geochronology links the end-Triassic extinction with the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province
Blackburn et al. 2013Zircon U-Pb geochronology links the end-Triassic extinction with the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province
Blocking anticycloneBlocking anticyclone
Bloom et al. (2010)Carbon Dioxide Enrichment Inhibits Nitrate Assimilation in Wheat and Arabidopsis
Bloom et al. 2010Carbon Dioxide Enrichment Inhibits Nitrate Assimilation in Wheat and Arabidopsis
Blunier & Brook 2001Timing of millennial-scale climate change in Antarc- tica and Greenland during the last glacial period.
Blunier and Brook 2001; Blunier & Brook (2001); Blunier and Brook (2001)Timing of millennial-scale climate change in Antarc- tica and Greenland during the last glacial period.
BMRCBMRC
Boehm et al. 2010The early instrumental warm-bias: a solution for long central European temperature series 1760-2007
Boening et al. (2012)Snowfall‐driven mass change on the East Antarctic ice sheet
Boening et al. 2012Snowfall‐driven mass change on the East Antarctic ice sheet
Böhm et al. (2010)The early instrumental warm-bias: a solution for long central European temperature series 1760-2007
Böhm et al. 2010The early instrumental warm-bias: a solution for long central European temperature series 1760-2007
Bolsen & Druckman (2018a)Validating Conspiracy Beliefs and Effectively Communicating Scientific Consensus
Bolsen & Druckman (2018b)Do partisanship and politicization undermine the impact of a scientific consensus message about climate change?
Bolsen & Druckman 2018bDo partisanship and politicization undermine the impact of a scientific consensus message about climate change?
Bolsen et al. (2014)Doing What Others Do Norms, Science, and Collective Action on Global Warming
Bolsen et al. 2014Doing What Others Do Norms, Science, and Collective Action on Global Warming
Bolson & Druckman 2018aValidating Conspiracy Beliefs and Effectively Communicating Scientific Consensus
Bond & Grasby (2017)On the causes of mass extinctions
Bond & Grasby 2017On the causes of mass extinctions
Bond & Wignall (2014)Large igneous provinces and mass extinctions: An update
Bond & Wignall 2014Large igneous provinces and mass extinctions: An update
Bond et al. (1921)The North Atlantic's 1-2 kyr climate rhythm: Relation to Heinrich events, Dansgaard/Oeschger cycles and the Little Ice Age
Bond et al. (1999)The North Atlantic's 1-2 kyr climate rhythm: relation to Heinrich events, Dansgaard/Oeschger cycles and the Little Ice Age.
Bond et al. 1921The North Atlantic's 1-2 kyr climate rhythm: Relation to Heinrich events, Dansgaard/Oeschger cycles and the Little Ice Age
Bond et al. 1999The North Atlantic's 1-2 kyr climate rhythm: relation to Heinrich events, Dansgaard/Oeschger cycles and the Little Ice Age.
Boulton et al. (2010)The Independent Climate Change E-mails Review
Boulton et al. 2010The Independent Climate Change E-mails Review
Boussalis & Coan (2016)Text-mining the signals of climate change doubt
Bowen ratioBowen ratio
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