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cli·ma·tol·o·gy

(klī'mă-tol'ō-jē),
The study of climate.
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On the specific allegations made against the behaviour of CRU (university's climate research unit) scientists, we find that their rigour and honesty as scientists are not in doubt," the review concluded.
They are further based on the United Nations climate reports that depend, in turn, on the now-discredited temperature data from the Climate Research Unit.
Scepticshaveclaimedemails leaked from the University of East Anglia climate research unit cast doubt on the science behind climate change.
Scientists at the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit, England's leading climate research institution, have given the world a useful lesson in the dangers of a circle-the-wagons mentality.
First published between 1992 and 2008 in journals that include Climate research, Energy economics, and Energy journal, the articles and essays are reproduced in facsimile of the original.
Leaked e-mails from the climate research Unit at the University of East Anglia showed how a number of British and American scientists over several years had manipulated the evidence to make the threat of global warming much worse than it actually is.
THE RELEASE of hacked data from East Anglia's Climate Research Unit is the latest attempt by ' denial theorists' to subvert the ongoing climate negotiations leading to the Copenhagen summit next month.
On page 28, Dr Bruce Mapstone, Director of the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, summarises the recently convened Greenhouse 09 conference held in Perth, which drew together experts from climate, government and industry.
Data from the spacecraft support a broad range of environmental monitoring applications, including weather analysis and forecasting, climate research and prediction, ocean dynamics research, volcanic eruption monitoring and forest fire detection.
Each year, from August through February, members of the National Science Foundation travel to Antarctica to conduct global climate research.
He also quotes the Hadley Climate Research Centre as stating that 2008 will be the coolest year of the decade, but fails to mention that the same scientists (in their report dated December 16) declare that "2008.
Director of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia Professor Phil Jones told BBC News: "Our study is certainly closing a couple of gaps in the last IPCC report.

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