Is the Climate "Hockey Stick" Broken?

Whipple, Dan
March 2005
World & I;Mar2005, Vol. 20 Issue 3, pN.PAG
Relates the climate scientists' account of changes to the climate, through various climate models such as hockey stick, and whether the globe's warming climate is unusual in human experience. Factors affecting the globe's warming climate; Efficiency of the hockey stick; Chief target of climate skeptics.


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