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2018 Fourth National Climate Assessment
2018 Special Report by the IPCC -- Global Warmng of 1.5 degrees Celsius
Some Top Climate Science Journals
Also see Science, Nature, and PNAS. They have many articles on climate science these days.
Government Agencies and Other Web
Databases, for Finding Journal Articles
IPCC AR5 -- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fifth Assessment Report
Comprehensive review of the science of climate change. 2013-2014. Look at studies that the AR5 cites. It has a comprehensive bibliography at the end of each chapter. It's up to date through 2013-2014.
Some of our Recent Books and eBooks
Search for ASU Books
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Global climate change: a primer
QD903 .P555 2011 (3rd Floor)
Pilkey, Orrin H., Keith C. Pilkey, and Mary Edna Fraser. 2011. Global climate change: a primer. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
A short introduction to climate change
QC903 .E34 2013 (3rd Floor)
Eggleton, R. A. 2013. A short introduction to climate change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Experimenting on a small planet : a scholarly entertainment
Also a physical book in ASU Main Stacks QC981 .H36 2013 (3rd Floor)
Hay, William W. 2013. Experimenting on a small planet: a scholarly entertainment. Heidelberg : Springer.
Fundamentals of weather and climate
QC861.2 .M42 2010 (3rd Floor)
McIlveen, J. F. R., and J. F. R. McIlveen. 2010. Fundamentals of weather and climate. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Physics and chemistry of clouds (eBook)
Lamb, Dennis. 2011. Physics and Chemistry of Clouds. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press.
The dance of air and sea : how oceans, weather, and life link together
GC190.2 .T39 2011 (2nd Floor)
Taylor, Arnold H. 2011. The dance of air and sea: how oceans, weather, and life link together. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society
Lever-Tracy, Constance . 2010. Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society. New York: Routledge.
Climate change : picturing the science
QC981.8.C5 S3556 2009 (3rd Floor)
Schmidt, Gavin, and Joshua Wolfe. 2009. Climate change: picturing the science. New York: W.W. Norton.
2014-2016 Books on climate
Books and ebooks, 2014 to present
Environmental Humanities -- Climate
The university hosted the Environmental Humanities Symposium on April 4, 2014.
Dale Jamieson -- Books
Dr. Jamieson's latest book is "Reason in a Dark Time : Why the Struggle against Climate Change Failed and What it Means for our Future." ASU Main Stacks GE40 .J36 2014
Dale Jamieson -- recent articles on climate
Most recently, Jamieson, D. W., & Di Paola, M. (2014). Climate Change and Global Justice: New Problem, Old Paradigm?. Global Policy, 5(1), 105-111.
Stephanie LeMenager -- book
LeMenager, Stephanie. 2014. Living oil: petroleum culture in the American century.
ASU Main Stacks PS169.E25 L36 2014
Contact -- John Wiswell
John Wiswell firstname.lastname@example.org
Belk Library 225 262-7853
Available for consultations with students -- Email me.
AppState's AppalAIR and other research
Appalachian Atmospheric Interdisciplinary Research
Intensive interdisciplinary research and teaching program for exploring atmospheric processes. This involves subjects such as air pollution formation and transport, the relationship of pollution and natural aerosol sources to a changing climate, and their impacts on regional ecosystems, weather, and climate.
Report -- Explaining extreme weather events in terms of climate change
Video -- Carbon Emissions, 1950-2006
Fossil Fuel Emissions (1950-2006)
Based on: Andres, R. J. et al 2011 (just below)
Andres et al 2011
Andres, R. J., J. S. Gregg, L. Losey, G. Marland, and T. A. Boden. 2011. “Monthly, Global Emissions of Carbon Dioxide from Fossil Fuel Consumption.” Tellus B 63 (3): 309–327. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0889.2011.00530.x.
An Interesting Series of Articles
Some analysis of atmospheric response to the 2003 Electrical blackout in the northeastern US. Brett Taubman was a co-author on the original article.
The 2003 North American Electrical Blackout: An Accidental Experiment in Atmospheric Chemistry
Marufu, Lackson T., Brett F. Taubman, Bryan Bloomer, Charles A. Piety, Bruce G. Doddridge, Jeffrey W. Stehr, and Russell R. Dickerson. 2004. “The 2003 North American Electrical Blackout: An Accidental Experiment in Atmospheric Chemistry.” Geophysical Research Letters 31 (13): n/a–n/a. doi:10.1029/2004GL019771.
Comment on above article
Hansen, D. Alan, Eladio M. Knipping, and Naresh Kumar. 2005. “Comment on ‘The 2003 North American Electrical Blackout: An Accidental Experiment in Atmospheric Chemistry’ by L. T. Marufu et Al.” Geophysical Research Letters 32 (10):. doi:10.1029/2004GL021962.
Reply by Authors to Comment on above article
Marufu, Lackson T., Brett F. Taubman, Bryan Bloomer, Charles A. Piety, Bruce G. Doddridge, Jeffrey W. Stehr, and Russell R. Dickerson. 2005. “Reply to Comment by D. A. Hansen et Al. on ‘The 2003 North American Electrical Blackout: An Accidental Experiment in Atmospheric Chemistry’.” Geophysical Research Letters 32 (10): n/a–n/a. doi:10.1029/2005GL022385.
Re-examination of the 2003 North American Electrical Blackout Impacts on Regional Air Quality
Hu, Yongtao, M. Talat Odman, and Armistead G. Russell. 2006. “Re-examination of the 2003 North American Electrical Blackout Impacts on Regional Air Quality.” Geophysical Research Letters 33 (22):. doi:10.1029/2006GL027252.