Notes

1. Nova: Science in the News, "Getting into Hot Water—Global Warming and Rising Sea Levels," May 2008. www.science.org.au.

2. Marcel Leroux, Global Warming: Myth or Reality. Chichester, UK: Praxis Publishing, 2005.

3. Earth Observatory, "Correcting Ocean Cooling," 2007. http://earthobservatory.nasa

4. Earth Observatory, "Correcting Ocean Cooling."

5. Water Science for Schools, "Glaciers and Icecaps: Storehouses of Freshwater," May 13, 2009. http://ga.water.usgs.gov.

6. Quoted in Physorg.com, "Scientists Expect Increased Melting of Mountain Glaciers," January 20, 2006. www.physorg.com.

7. Andrew Weaver, Keeping Our Cool: Canada in a Warming World, Toronto, Ontario : Penguin, 2008, p. 177.

8. Quoted in Blake de Pastino, "Mountain Glaciers Melting Faster than Ever, Expert Says," National Geographic Online, February 16, 2007. http://news.nationalgeographic .com.

9. CBC News Online, "Kilimanjaro Glaciers Could Go Within Decades," November 2, 2009. www.cbc.ca.

10. Quoted in Vince Stricherz, "The Woes of Kilimanjaro: Don't Blame Global Warming," University of Washington News, June 11, 2007. http://uswnews.org.

11. Quoted in Blake de Pastino, "Mountain Glaciers Melting Faster than Ever, Expert Says."

12. UNEP Grid-Arendal, "Climate Change 2001: Working Group 1: The Scientific Basis," 2003. www.grida.no.

13. David Archer, The Long Thaw: How Humans Are Changing the Next 100,000 Years of Earth's Climate. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2009, p. 8.

15. Lester R. Brown, "Analysis: Melting Ice Raises Spectre of Displaced Humanity," peopleandplanet.net, June 3, 2009. www.peopleandplanet.net.

16. Andrew C. Revkin, "A Tempered View of Greenland's Gushing Drainpipes," Dot Earth, July 3, 2008. http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com.

17. Quoted in Andrew C. Revkin, "Greenland Losing Ice, With or Without Lubrication," Dot Earth, July 14, 2008. http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com.

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