The Long Thaw: How Humans Are Changing the Next 100,000 Years of Earth's Climate

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Further Reading

Chapter 1

Spencer Weart, The Discovery of Global Warming, 2003.

David Archer, Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast, 2006.

IPCC Scientific Assessment, Volume 1, Chapter 1, Historical Overview of Climate Science, 2007.


Chapter 2

IPCC Scientific Assessment, Working Group I, The Scientific Basis. Summary for Policymakers and Technical Summary, 2007.

John Houghton, Global Warming: The Complete Briefing, third edition, 2004.


Chapter 3

Elizabeth Kolbert, Field Notes from a Catastrophe, 2006.

Mark Lynas, High Tide: News from a Global Warming World, 2004.

IPCC Scientific Assessment, Volume 1, Summary for Policymakers, Technical Summary, and Chapters 10, Global Climate Projections, and 11, Regional Climate Projections, 2007.


Chapter 4

Brian Fagan, The Long Summer, 2004.

Brian Fagan, The Little Ice Age: How Climate Made History 1300–1850, 2000.

Committee on Abrupt Climate Change, National Academy of Sciences, Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises, 2002.

IPCC Scientific Assessment, Chapter 7, Paleoclimate, 2007.

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