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Buizert 2013Studies of Firn Air
Buizert et al. (2015)Precise interpolar phasing of abrupt climate change during the last ice age
Buizert et al. (2015)Precise interpolar phasing of abrupt climate change during the last ice age.
Bullock (2001)The Recent Evolution of Climate on Venus
Bullock & Grinspoon (2001)The recent evolution of climate on Venus
Bullock & Grinspoon 2001The recent evolution of climate on Venus
Bullock 2001The Recent Evolution of Climate on Venus
Burch et al. (1962)Total Absorptance of Carbon Dioxide in the Infrared
Burch et al. 1962Total Absorptance of Carbon Dioxide in the Infrared
BurdenBurden
Burgess et al. (2014)High-precision timeline for Earth’s most severe extinction
Burgess et al. (2017)Initial pulse of Siberian Traps sills as the trigger of the end-Permian mass extinction
Burgess et al. 2014High-precision timeline for Earth’s most severe extinction
Burgess et al. 2017Initial pulse of Siberian Traps sills as the trigger of the end-Permian mass extinction
Burton et al. (2013)Deep carbon emissions from volcanoes
Burton et al. 2013Deep carbon emissions from volcanoes
C3C3 plants
C3 plantsC3 plants
C4 plantsC4 plants
C4MIPC4MIP
CaCO3CaCO3
Calogovic et al. (2010)Sudden cosmic ray decreases: No change of global cloud cover
Calogovic et al. 2010Sudden cosmic ray decreases: No change of global cloud cover
Campbell & Kay (2014)Solution aversion: On the relation between ideology and motivated disbelief
Campbell & Kay 2014Solution aversion: On the relation between ideology and motivated disbelief
CAMSCAMS
CAPECAPE
Carbon cycleCarbon cycle
Carbon dioxideCO2
Carbon dioxide fertilizationCarbon dioxide fertilization
Carbon sequestrationCarbon sequestration
Carbon uptakeCarbon sequestration
Carbonaceous aerosolCarbonaceous aerosol
Carella et al. (2017)Measurements and models of the temperature change of water samples in Sea Surface Temperature buckets
Carella et al. 2017Measurements and models of the temperature change of water samples in Sea Surface Temperature buckets
Carlsson-Kanyama & González (2009)Potential contributions of food consumption patterns to climate change
Carlsson-Kanyama & González 2009Potential contributions of food consumption patterns to climate change
Carlton et al 2015he climate change consensus extends beyond climate scientists
Carlton et al. (2015)he climate change consensus extends beyond climate scientists
Carroll (2011)Uranus, Neptune, and Triton
Carroll 2011Uranus, Neptune, and Triton
Catling & Zahnle (2020)The Archean atmosphere
Catling & Zahnle 2020The Archean atmosphere
CCCmaCCCma
CCl4CCl4
CCMCCM
CCNCCN
CCSRCCSR
CDIACCDIAC
CDWCDW
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