climatology

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cli·ma·tol·o·gy

(klī'mă-tol'ō-jē),
The study of climate.
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Tree rings, ice and sediment cores and radiocarbon dating have all played a role in consolidating climate science.
Our exposition of the causes and consequences of the climate science boom proceeds as follows:
Climate science emanates from an enormous number of fields of study, institutions, and agencies.
2 million--a 37 percent increase--for a program devoted to climate science, totaling $67.
These individuals appear less focused on disparaging climate science than in the past, when climate science was less settled.
Despite sidestepping the issue in the presidential campaign, Obama has a clear understanding of climate science and took some important steps in his first term.
We suggest that free market ideology was more important for climate science than conspiratorial thinking for two reasons: First, climate science has arguably become more politicized than other sciences, and second, given the fundamental importance of fossil fuels (and hence CO2 emissions) to contemporary economies, climate science presents a far greater threat to laissez-faire economics," the study noted.
Martin-Schramm explains the complex details of climate science, energy technologies, and policy responses being debated at the national and international levels.
8220;Thanks to ACE, one million young Americans have been educated with climate science that sticks.
The Inquisition of Climate Science offers a fine assessment of the controversy surrounding climate science and climate change, documenting how media and special interest groups have succeeded not only in 'warping' the facts, but in casting overall disbelief in the scientific process as a whole.
The subjects of climate science and climate change are addressed only in the first quarter of the book.
The USFWS has established regional climate science partnerships with the U.

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