Joined: Mar 2005
Wed Nov 02, 05 07:41 PM
OK, here are a few papers to start off with. Since you think that they?re all liberal-arts stuff, I?m sure you will be able to read them quickly. If you get through these, go to the Google Scholar second page ? you?ll find more.
Publications. Only the 5 most recent displayed. View the complete list of publications.
Human-modified temperatures induce species changes: Joint attribution
Terry L. Root, Dena MacMynowski, Michael D. Mastrandrea, Stephen H. Schneider; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2005)
Probabilistic assessment of "dangerous" climate change and emissions pathways
Stephen H. Schneider, Michael D. Mastrandrea; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2005)
Abrupt non-linear climate change, irreversibility and surprise
Stephen H. Schneider; Global Environmental Change (2004)
Are We Consuming Too Much?
Kenneth J. Arrow, Partha Dasgupta, Lawrence H. Goulder, Gretchen C. Daily, Paul Ehrlich, Geoffrey Heal, Simon Levin, Karl-Goran Maler, Stephen H. Schneider, David Starrett, Brian Walker; Journal of Economic Perspectives (2004)
Probabilistic Integrated Assessment of "Dangerous" Climate Change
Michael D. Mastrandrea, Stephen H. Schneider; Science (2004)
Google Scholar first page:
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Fingerprints of global warming on wild animals and plants
? JT Price, KR Hall, SH Schneider, C Rosenzweig, JA ? - Nature, 2003 - nature.com
Over the past 100 years, the global average temperature has increased by
approximately 0.6 °C and is projected to continue to rise at a rapid rate ...
Cited by 202 - Web Search - frontiersinzoology.com - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - csa.com
Induced technological change and the attractiveness of CO 2 abatement policies
LH Goulder, SH Schneider - Resource and Energy Economics, 1999 - stephenschneider.stanford.edu
This paper investigates the significance of induced technological change ITC for
the attractiveness of CO abatement policies. We use analytical and ...
Cited by 93 - Web Search - ingentaconnect.com - ideas.repec.org - all 5 versions »
Extreme high-temperature events: changes in their probabilities with changes in mean temperature
LO Mearns, RW Katz, SH Schneider - Journal of Applied Meteorology, 1984 - ams.allenpress.com
Most climate impact studies rely on changes in means of meteorological
variables, such as temperature, to estimate potential climate impacts, ...
Cited by 81 - Web Search - ams.allenpress.com - adsabs.harvard.edu
Integrated assessment modeling of global climate change: Transparent rational tool for policy making ?
SH Schneider - Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 1997 - springerlink.com
One of the principal tools used in the integrated assessment (IA) of
environmental science, technology and policy problems is integrated ...
Cited by 78 - Web Search - kluweronline.com
What is" dangerous" climate change?
SH Schneider - Nature, 2001 - nature.com
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Climate Change 1995. Contribution of
working group I to the second assessment report of IPCC (eds Houghton, JT ...
Cited by 71 - Web Search - stephenschneider.stanford.edu - adsabs.harvard.edu - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - all 7 versions »
Atmospheric CO 2 and climate- Importance of the transient response
SH SCHNEIDER, SL THOMPSON - Journal of Geophysical Research, 1981 - adsabs.harvard.edu
Title: Atmospheric CO2 and climate - Importance of the transient response Authors:
Schneider, SH; Thompson, SL Affiliation: AA(National Center for Atmospheric ...
Cited by 46 - Web Search - csa.com
Integrated assessment of abrupt climatic changes
M Mastrandrea, SH Schneider - Climate Policy, 2001 - iiasa.ac.at
Keywords: Emergent properties of coupled socio?natural systems; Integrated
assessment; Abrupt non-linear climate change; Thermohaline circulation; ...
Cited by 45 - View as HTML - Web Search - iis-db.stanford.edu - ingentaconnect.com - all 6 versions »
Simulating the effects of climate change on tropical montane cloud forests
CJ Still, PN Foster, SH Schneider - Nature, 1999 - nature.com
Christopher J. Still*³, Prudence N. Foster² & Stephen H. Schneider* *
Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, ...
Cited by 43 - Web Search - stephenschneider.stanford.edu - cas.bellarmine.edu - csa.com - all 5 versions »
Detecting climatic change signals: Are there any ?fingerprints?
SH Schneider - Science, 1994 - adsabs.harvard.edu
Projected changes in the Earth's climate can be driven from a combined set of
forcing factors consisting of regionally heterogeneous anthropogenic and ...
Cited by 40 - Web Search
Edited: Wed Nov 02, 05 at 07:43 PM by JWD