The Economics of Climate Change
- Structural Time Series Models and Trend Detection in Global and Regional Temperature Series. Xiaogu Zheng; Basher, Reid E. // Journal of Climate;8/1/99, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p2347
A unified statistical approach to identify suitable structural time series models for annual mean temperature is proposed. This includes a generalized model that can represent all the commonly used structural time series models for trend detection, the use of differenced series (successive...
- World Review. Russel, Trevor // Greener Management International;Winter98, Issue 24, p10
Focuses on the views of several continents and organizations on how to tackle climate changes constructively. United Nations; North America; Asia.
- Hottest year on record: 1995. Witze, Alexandra // Earth;Apr96, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p18
Cites global temperature measurements made by the climatologists from the University of East Anglia and the Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research in England. Average global temperature in 1995 as the hottest one recorded since 1860, when scientists began keeping global temperature...
- Climate Change: Putting the `Good News' in Context. Dunn, Seth // World Watch;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p2
Focuses on climate change that could have irreversible impacts to sensitive systems such as coral reefs. Farmers' suffering of droughts and other climate disruptions; Examples of climate changes included in the draft of the United States Global Change Research Program.
- Seabed sediments force climate rethink. Walker, Gabrielle // New Scientist;1/6/96, Vol. 149 Issue 2011, p15
Reports on the discovery that the earth experiences climate change every two to three thousand years. Cool and warm climate cycles; Evidence of cycle from the Greenland ice sheet; Detection of same cycle in deep-sea sediments; Changes in amount of sea salt deposited in Greenland's icecap.
- Foreword. // OECD Journal: General Papers;2012, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p3
A foreword to "OECD Journal General Papers" is presented.
- GLOBAL WARMING-IT'S COOL TO BE HOT. // Ecologist;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p13
Reports on climate change awareness campaign of some companies.
- Digging up the future. Petit-Maire, Nicole // UNESCO Sources;Mar96, Issue 77, p11
Discusses how the earth sciences can help in understanding past climates through the archives contained in geological deposits. Reconstruction of past paleo-environments; Sifting through sediments of the ocean floor to find the fragments of foraminifera shells indicating previous surface...
- A Second Look at the Impacts of Climate Change. Ausubel, Jesse H. // American Scientist;May/Jun91, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p210
Analyzes several hypotheses on the impact of climate change. Implications of a rapid change; Effect of delaying policies on the cost of response; Basis of the argument stating the lack of winners in global warming.