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Reference Search Results You searched for CHGWPause

Anet, J.G., E.V. Rozanov, S. Muthers, T. Peter, S. Brönnimann, F. Arfeuille, J. Beer, A.I. Shapiro, C.C. Raible, F. Steinhilber, and W.K. Schmutz. 2013. "Impact of a potential 21st century ‘grand solar minimum’ on surface temperatures and stratospheric ozone." Geophysical Research Letters 40(16):4420-4425. [related news story]

Balmaseda, Magdalena A., Kevin E. Trenberth, and Erland Källén. 2013. "Distinctive climate signals in reanalysis of global ocean heat content." Geophysical Research Letters. [PDF] [news article] [blog on Skeptical Science] [news story in the New Republic]

Biello, David. 2013. "Is the Pacific Ocean Responsible for a Pause in Global Warming? Sea-surface temperatures may explain why climate change is not warming the planet as fast." Scientific American 28 August.

Cohn, Nate. 2013. "Explaining the Global Warming Hiatus: Grappling with climate-change nuance in a toxic political environment." New Republic 18 June. 

Conner, Steve. 2013. "Has global warming stopped? No - it’s just on pause, insist scientists, and it's down to the oceans. Temperatures still expected to reach predicted 2015 levels with only a five-year delay after 12 of the 14 hottest years on record." The Independent 22 July. 

England, Matthew H., Shayne McGregor, Paul Spence, Gerald A. Meehl, Axel Timmermann, Wenju Cai, Alex Sen Gupta, Michael J. McPhaden, Ariaan Purich, and Agus Santoso. 2014. "Recent intensification of wind-driven circulation in the Pacific and the ongoing warming hiatus." Nature Climate Change 4:222-227. [PDF] [story in ScienceDaily]

Feulner, Georg and Stefan Rahmstorf. 2010. "On the effect of a new grand minimum of solar activity on the future climate on Earth." Geophysical Research Letters 37:L05707. [PDF

Foster, Grant and Stefan Rahmstorf. 2011. "Global temperature evolution 1979–2010." Environmental Research Letters 6(4):044022.

Harris, Richard. 2013. "A Cooler Pacific May Be Behind Recent Pause in Global Warming." NPR 29 August. [podcast interview]

Hausfather, Zeke. 2013. "Examining the Recent Slow-Down in Global Warming." The Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media 10 September.

Hobbs, William R. and Joshua K. Willis. 2013. "Detection of an observed 135 year ocean temperature change from limited data." Geophysical Research Letters 40(10):2252-2258. [story in ScienceDaily] [presentation on slideshare

Kosaka, Yu and Shang-Ping Xie. 2013. "Recent global-warming hiatus tied to equatorial Pacific surface cooling." Nature 28 August. [related podcast on NPR]

Levitus, Sydney, John I. Antonov, Tim P. Boyer, Olga K. Baranova, Hernan Eduardo Garcia, Ricardo Alejandro Locarnini, Alexey V. Mishonov, James Reagan, Dan Seidov, Evgeney S. Yarosh, and Melissa Marie Zweng. 2012. "World ocean heat content and thermosteric sea level change (0-2000), 1955-2010." Geophysical Research Letters 39:L10603. [PDF] [blog discussion on Skeptical Science]

Meehl, Gerald A., Julie M. Arblaster, and Daniel R. Marsh. 2013 (forthcoming). "Could a future ‘Grand Solar Minimum’ like the Maunder Minimum stop global warming?" Geophysical Research Letters. [PDF] [discussion on Skeptical Science] [related news story]

Meehl, Gerald A., Julie M. Arblaster, John T. Fasullo, Aixue Hu, Kevin E. Trenberth. 2011. "Model-based evidence of deep-ocean heat uptake during surface-temperature hiatus periods." Nature Climate Change 1:360-364. [Supplementary information (PDF)] [news story in ScienceDaily]

Meehl, Gerald A., A. Hu, J. Arblaster, J. Fasullo, and K. Trenberth. 2013. "Externally forced and internally generated decadal climate variability associated with the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation." Journal of Climate 26(18). [news blog in The Guardian]

Met Office. 2013. "The recent pause in global warming (2): What are the potential causes?" Report, July 2013, Met Office, Devon, UK. [PDF]

Mulkey, Stephen. 2013. "Surface temperatures are the result of multiple forcing factors – Global warming did not stop in 1998." Unity College Sustainability Monitor 28 March 28. 

Nuccitelli, Dana, Robert Way, Rob Painting, John Church, and John Cook. 2012. "Comment on ‘Ocean heat content and Earth’s radiation imbalance’. II. Relation to climate shifts." Physics Letters A 376(45):3466-3468. 

Palmer, Matthew D., Douglas J. McNeall, and Nick J. Dunstone. 2011. "Importance of the deep ocean for estimating decadal changes in Earth's radiation balance." Geophysical Research Letters 38(3):L13707. 

Reis, Patrick and Marina Koren. 2013. "Separating Science from Spin on the Global-Warming 'Pause.' What's causing a temporary slowdown in planetary warming, and why should anyone worry that more warming is coming?" National Journal 21 August.

Rosenthal, Yair, Braddock K. Linsley, and Delia W. Oppo. 2013. "Pacific Ocean Heat Content during the Past 10,000 Years." Science 1 November:617-621. [story in ScienceDaily] [story in Grist]

Spotts, Pete. 2013. "Why has global warming paused? Pacific Ocean's 'engine room' running cool. Despite years of record heat, the rate of global warming has been almost zero in recent years, puzzling scientists. The cycles of the tropical Pacific could hold the answer." The Christian Science Monitor 28 August. 

Trenberth, Kevin E., J.M. Caron, D.P. Stepaniak, and S. Worley. 2002. "Evolution of El Niño-Southern Oscillation and global atmospheric surface temperatures." Journal of Geophysical Research 107:AAC 5-17.

Watanabe, Masahiro, Youichi Kamae, Masakazu Yoshimori, kira Oka, Makiko Sato, Masayoshi Ishii, Takashi Mochizuki, and Masahide Kimoto. 2013. "Strengthening of ocean heat uptake efficiency associated with the recent climate hiatus." Geophysical Research Letters 40(12):3175-3179. [news blog in The Guardian]

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