The Global Warming Desk Reference

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Rittenour was surprised by indications that her climate research was indicating El Niño-type events during a glacial period. She had begun by investigating the rate at which melting drained glacial Lake Hitchcock, in present day southern New England. “It kind of threw me back,” Rittenour told a reporter. “Coming up with El Niño was kind of a shock” (Anderson 2000, 12B). (For more information on global warming and increased frequency of El Niño events, see Chapter 9, “Greenhouse Gases and the Weather.”)


REFERENCES

a

Anderson, Julie. 2000. “UNL Student Helps Shed New Light on El Niño.” Omaha WorldHerald, May 14, 12B.

Aronson, Richard B., William F. Precht, Ian G. MacIntyre, and Thaddeus J.T. Murdoch. 2000. “Coral Bleach-out in Belize.” Nature 405 (4 May): 36.

Augenbraun, Harvey, Elaine Matthews, and David Sarma. N.d. The Greenhouse Effect, Greenhouse Gases, and Global Warming. [http://icp.giss.nasa.gov/research/methane/greenhouse.html]


b

Bach, Wilfrid. 1984. Our Threatened Climate: Ways of Averting the CO2 ProblemThough Rational Energy Use. Trans. Jill Jager. Dordrecht, Germany: D. Reidel.

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Bering Sea Task Force. 1999. Status of Alaska’s Oceans and Marine Resources: BeringSea Task Force Report to Governor Tony Knowles. Juneau: State Government of Alaska, March.

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