Books

Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises, National Research Council, National Academy Press (2002).

The Discovery of Global Warming, by Spencer R. Weart, Harvard University Press

Ice Ages: Solving the Mystery, by John Imbrie and Katherine Palmer Imbrie, Harvard University Press (1986).

The Ice Chronicles, by Paul A. Mayewski and Frank White, University Press of New England (2002).

The Little Ice Age: How Climate Made History, 1300-1850, by Brian M. Fagan, Basic Books (2001).

The Long Summer: How Climate Changed Civilization, by Brian M. Fagan, Basic Books

The Two-Mile Time Machine, by Richard B. Alley, Princeton University Press (2000).

Articles

"Abrupt Climate Change," by Richard B. Alley, Scientific American, November 2004.

"Annals of Science: Ice Memory," by Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker, January 7, 2002.

"Chaotic Climate," by Wallace S. Broecker, Scientific American, November 1995.

"The Discovery of Rapid Climate Change," by Spencer Weart, Physics Today, August 2003.

"Feel the Pulse," by Fred Pearce, New Scientist, September 2, 2000.

"The Great Climate Flip-Flop," by William H. Calvin, Atlantic Monthly, January 1998.

"Greenland Ice Cores—Frozen in Time," by Richard B. Alley and Michael L. Bender, Scientific American, February 1998.

"Ice-Cold in Paris," by Stefan Rahmstorf, New Scientist, February 8, 1997. "In Deep Water," by Robert Kunzig, Discover, December 1996.

"Learning from Polar Ice Core Research," by Deborah Schoen, Environmental Science & Technology, April 1, 1999.

"The New Ice Age," by Brad Lemley, Discover, September 2002. "The Pentagon's Weather Nightmare," by David Stipp, Fortune, January 26, 2004. "Perilous Waters," by Charles W. Petit, U.S. News & World Report, April 1, 2002. "Rapid Climate Change," by Kendrick Taylor, American Scientist, July-August 1999.

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