They may have little to no interest in the organization's policy positions. Chilingar (Environmental Geology, Volume 54, Number 7, pp.
The purpose of the list is to show that peer-reviewed papers exist that support skeptic arguments and to be used as a bibliographic resource to locate these papers. Aeschbach-Hertig rebuttal of "On global forces of nature driving the Earth’s climate. : This is absolutely false, as the list does not discriminate between competing skeptical viewpoints and the purpose of the list is clearly stated, "To provide a bibliographic resource for peer-reviewed papers that support skeptic arguments against ACC/AGW or Alarmism and to prove that these papers exist contrary to claims otherwise." Using this logic the IPCC reports are "cherry picked" because they failed to included most of these papers. Cook et al.'s methodology was so fatally flawed that they falsely classified skeptic papers as endorsing the 97% consensus, apparently believing to know more about the papers than their authors. (2013), the author self-ratings simply confirmed the worthlessness of their methodology, as they were not representative of the sample since only 4% of the authors (1189 of 29,083) rated their own papers and of these 63% disagreed with the abstract ratings. : This is misleading since only a very small minority of scientists have actually expressed a position on AGW from these organizations. 707-714, September 2006)- Vincent Gray Thermocline flux exchange during the Pinatubo event (PDF) (Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 33, Issue 19, October 2006)- D. 66-72, May 2007)- David Bellamy, Jack Barrett Environmental Effects of Increased Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (PDF) (Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, Volume 12, Number 3, pp. Policy statements release by a handful of council members or signed by just the president of a scientific organization can speak for no one other than these few scientists. Chilingar Conflicting Signals of Climatic Change in the Upper Indus Basin (PDF) (Journal of Climate, Volume 19, Issue 17, pp. Thus the actual number of peer-reviewed papers on the list can be much greater than stated. All Supplemental papers are preceded by an asterisk and italicized; Addendums, Comments, Corrections, Erratum, Replies, Responses and Submitted papers. They took a big sample of 10 percent, 928 articles. Presidential Candidate (2000) "I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been told by AGW voices that there are NO qualified skeptics or peer reviewed/published work by them. In truth there is serious work and questions raised by significant work by very qualified skeptics which has been peer reviewed and published. (PDF) (Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume 253, Issues 3-4, pp. * Response to comment on "Are there connections between Earth's magnetic field and climate? 259-282, March 2007)- Ernst-Georg Beck * Comments on "180 years of Atmospheric CO2 Gas Analysis by Chemical Methods" (PDF) (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Number 5, pp.
Criteria for Inclusion: All counted papers must be peer-reviewed, published in a scholarly journal and support a skeptic argument against ACC/AGW or Alarmism. Ordering of the papers is chronological per category. And you know the number of those that disagreed with the scientific consensus that we’re causing global warming and that is a serious problem out of the 928: Zero. It should be at least a bit disturbing for this type of denial to have been perpetrated with such a chorus. But it’s not right to misrepresent as not even existing the counter viewpoints. 641-646, September 2007)- Ernst-Georg Beck Climate Change is Nothing New! Theoretical Physicist "I really appreciate your important effort in compiling the list." - Willie Soon, Ph. Astrophysicist and Geoscientist "An excellent place to start to take stock of the scientific diversity of positions on AGW." - Emil A. Thanks to the pop tech team." - Joanne Nova, Author of The Skeptics Handbook "I do confess a degree of fascination with Poptech's list..." - John Cook, Cartoonist at Skeptical Science † This resource has been cited over 100 times, including in scholarly peer-reviewed journals. Sorokhtin The Spatial Pattern and Mechanisms of Heat-Content Change in the North Atlantic (PDF) (Science, Volume 319, Number 5864, pp. 470-479, March 2008)- Linda Pilkey-Jarvis, Orrin H. 87-98, July 2008)- John Stubbles Human population and carbon dioxide (Energy Policy, Volume 36, Issue 7, pp. Schaffer On the credibility of climate predictions (PDF) (Hydrological Sciences Journal, Volume 53, Number 4, pp. 101-104, January 2009)- Craig Loehle Sources and Sinks of Carbon Dioxide (PDF) (Energy & Environment, Volume 20, Number 1-2, pp. Senior Research Scientist "...it's a very useful resource. 281-286, March 2008)- Klaus-Martin Schulte Evidence for "publication Bias" Concerning Global Warming in Science and Nature (Energy & Environment, Volume 19, Number 2, pp. Michaels Useless Arithmetic: Ten Points to Ponder When Using Mathematical Models in Environmental Decision Making (PDF) (Public Administration Review, Volume 68, Issue 3, pp. An Alternative View of Climate Change for Steelmakers (PDF) (Iron & Steel Technology, Volume 5, Number 7, pp. (PDF) (Economic Analysis and Policy, Volume 38, Issue 2, pp. 995-1011, December 2008)- Fred Goldberg Computer Study of Cluster Mechanism of Anti-greenhouse Effect (International Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, Volume 1, Number 1, pp. Galashev Climate Change and the Earth's Magnetic Poles, A Possible Connection (PDF) (Energy & Environment, Volume 20, Number 1-2, pp. Kerton Cooling of the Global Ocean Since 2003 (PDF) (Energy & Environment, Volume 20, Number 1-2, pp. Smith, Jorg Zimmermann" (PDF) (International Journal of Modern Physics B, Volume 24, Issue 10, pp. Tscheuschner Global warming and carbon dioxide through sciences (PDF) (Environment International, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp. Florides, Paul Christodoulides Oceanic influences on recent continental warming (PDF) (Climate Dynamics, Volume 32, Issue 2-3, pp. : Anyone with an elementary knowledge of the Internet knows that links can break at any time for various reasons. on "Climate forcing by the volcanic eruption of Mount Pinatubo" (PDF) (Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 32, Number 20, October 2005)- David H. Knox Global warming and the mining of oceanic methane hydrate (Topics in Catalysis, Volume 32, Issue 3-4, pp. 9-13, 2006)- Milan Radovanovic, Mirceta Vemic, Ivan Popovic Methodology and Results of Calculating Central California Surface Temperature Trends: Evidence of Human-Induced Climate Change? " (Journal of Climate, Volume 20, Issue 7, September 2007)- John R. 603-607, July 2006)- Jack Barrett, David Bellamy, Heinz Hug On global forces of nature driving the Earth's climate. Unfortunately certain journals are apparently unable to hire competent web masters who know how to properly migrate URLs when reorganizing their websites - this problem is out of our control. 95-99, March 2005)- Chung-Chieng Lai, David Dietrich, Malcolm Bowman The Interaction of Climate Change and the Carbon Dioxide Cycle (Energy & Environment, Volume 16, Number 2, pp. Courtney, Dick Thoenes Discussions on Climate Change as Presented in Nature, 2004 (Energy & Environment, Volume 16, Number 2, pp. Njau Some examples of negative feedback in the Earth climate system (PDF) (Central European Journal of Physics, Volume 3, Number 2, June 2005)- Olavi Karner The Global Warming Debate: A Review of the State of Science (PDF) (Pure and Applied Geophysics, Volume 162, Issue 8-9, pp. (PDF) (Journal of Climate, Volume 19, Issue 4, February 2006)- John R. Supplemental papers include (but are not limited to): Addendums, Comments, Corrections, Discussions, Erratum, Rebuttals, Rejoinders, Replies, Responses, Supplemental Material, Updates and Submitted papers. When a significant new number of peer-reviewed papers is added the list title will be updated with the new larger number. Any known published correction will be included on the list following the original paper to show that these did not affect the author's original conclusions. (PDF) (Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, Volume 32, Issue 1, pp.