This bibliography, as originally posted on 3/7/05, and regularly updated, has two problems. First, it is incomplete: some articles and books that the author has used have not yet been added. (Any reader who requires a reference not listed in this bibliography should contact the author to obtain that information.) Fortunately, almost all of the references cited in the text do appear here. Second, it does contain references that were not used for writing the text, and which nonetheless found their way onto this list, and need to be removed in the future. However, it was deemed better to include them on an unedited bibliography than to take the time, at present, to delete them. My apologies.



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·---. 2006. A global call to arms. Nature 444: 2. ABS: Editorial.

·---. 2007. Brave blue world. Nature 445: 459. ABS: Editorial.

·---. 2007. Climate change, here and now. Nature 446: 701. ABS: Editorial.

·---. 2007. Cut the climate antics. Nature 446: 470. ABS: Editorial.

·---. 2007. Going underground. Nature 446: 348. ABS: Editorial.

·---. 2007. Regulatory fist-fight. Nature 445: 796. ABS: Editorial.

·1993 Martin Saunders and Robert Poreda [···ZIP! No 1993 publication [but could it be a book???···] and no joint publications by these two listed at all (!)

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·Abbott, P. L. 1999. Natural Disasters. William C. Brown Publishers: Dubuque, IA; Bogota; Boston; Buenos Aires; Caracas; Chicago; Guilford, CT; London; Madrid; Mexico City; Sydney; Toronto. ABS: has global temp chart over time.

·Abele, D. 2002. The radical life-giver. Nature 420: 27. ABS: This is that important article about oxygen.

·Abraham, S. 2004. The Bush administration's approach to climate change. Science 305: 616-17. ABS: Nonsense from a Bush mouthpiece.

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·Abrams, N. E., and J. R. Primack. Cosmology and 21st-century culture. Science 293: 1769-770.

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·Ackerman, A. S., M. P. Kirkpatrick, D. E. Stevens, and O. B. Toon. 2004. The impact of humidity above stratiform clouds on indirect aerosol climate forcing. Nature 432: 1014-17. ABS: Reviewed by Penner, 2004.

·Ackerman, T. P., and G. M. Stokes. 2003. The atmospheric radiation measurement program. Physics Today (January 2003): 38-44.

·Ackert, R. P. Jr. 2003. An ice sheet remembers. Science 299: 57-58.

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·Adam, D. 2002. Fire from ice. Nature 418: 913-14.

·Adams, J. B., M. E. Mann, and C. M. Ammann. 2003. Proxy evidence for an El Niño-like response to volcanic forcing. Nature 426: 274-78. ABS: Reviewed by de Silva, 2003.

·Adams, N. K., B. F. Houghton, S. A. Fangents, and W. Hildreth. 2006. The transition from explosive to effusive eruptive regime: The example fo the 1912 Novarupta eruption, Alaska. GSA Bulletin 118: 620-34.

·Adams, W. M., D. Brockington, J. Dyson, and B. Vira. 2003. Managing tragedies: Understanding conflict over common pool resources. Science 302: 1915-16.

·Adkins, J. 2001. Dating-Vive la differénce. Science 294: 1844-45. ABS: Review article for Siani, 2001.

·Adkins, J. F., and C. Pasquero. 2004. Deep ocean overturning-then and now. Science 306: 1143-44. ABS: Review of Broecker, 2005.

·Adkins, J. F., K. McIntyre, and D. P. Schrag. 2002. The salinity, temperature and d18O of the glacial deep ocean. Science 298: 1769-73.

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·Alexander, C. 2003. A question of timing. Nature 423: 691-92.

·Alford, M. H. 2003. Redistribution of energy available for ocean mixing by long-range propagation of internal waves. Nature 423: 159-62.

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·Allen, M., B. Sherwood, B. Runnegar, D. Z. Oehler, J. R. Lyons, C. E. Manning, and M. E. Summers. 2006. Is Mars alive? Eos 87: 433, 439.

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·Allen, P. A. 2007. Reply to comment on snowball earth. Eos 88: 110.

·Allen, P. A., and P. F. Hoffman. 2005. Extreme winds and waves in the aftermath of a Neoproterozoic glaciation. Nature 433: 123-267. ABS:

·Alley, R. B. 2003. Comment on "When Earth's freezer door is left ajar." Eos 84: 315.

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·Aluwihare, L. I., D. J. Repeta, S. Pantoja, and C. G. Johnson. 2005. Two Chemically distinct pools of organic nitrogen accumulate in the ocean. Science 308: 1007-10.

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·Alvarez, W., D. O'Connor. 2002. Permian-Triassic boundary in the southwestern United States: Hiatus or continuity? In Koeberl and MacLeod, 2002, p. 385-93.

·Alverson, K. 2005. Global Warming: The complete briefing (Third edition). Eos 86: 282.

·Ammerman, J. R. R. Hood, D. A. Case, and J. B. Cotner. 2003. Phosphorus deficiency in the Atlantic: An emerging paradigm in oceanography. Eos 84: 165, 170.

·Amthor, J. E., J. P. Grotzinger, S. Schröder, S. A. Bowring, J. Ramezani, M. W. Martin, and A. Matter. 2003. Extinction of Cloudina and Namacalathus at the Precambrian-Cambrian boundary in Oman. Geology 31: 431-34.

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·Anand, P. 2002. Decision-making when science is ambiguous. Science 295: 1839.

·Anbar, A. D., and A. H. Knoll. 2002. Proterozoic ocean chemistry and evolution: A Bioinorganic Bridge? Science 297: 1137-42. ABS: Reviewed by Kerr, 2002 (Could poor nutrition have held life back?).

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·Anderson, D. M., J. T. Overpeck, and A. K. Gupta. 2002. Increase in the Asian southwest monsoon during the past four centuries. Science 297: 596-99. ABS: Reviewed by Black, 2002.

·Anderson, T. L., R. J. Charlson, S. E. Schwartz, R. Knutti, O. Boucher, H. Rodhe, and J. Heintzenberg. 2003. Climate forcing by aerosols ­ a hazy picture. Science 300: 1103-04.

·Anderson, T. L., R. J. Charlson, S. E. Schwartz, R. Knutti, O. Boucher, H. Rodhe, and J. Heintzenberg. 2003. Response to Crutzen, P. J., and V. Ramanthan, The Parasol Effect on climate. Science 302: 1680-81.

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·Andreae, M. O. 2007. Aerosols before pollution. Science 315: 50-51.

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·Andreae, M. O., C. D. Jones, and P. M. Cox. 2005. Strong present-day aerosol cooling implies a hot future. Nature 435: 1187-90. ABS: Reviewed by Schiermeier, 2005.

·Andreae, M. O., D. Rosenfeld, P. Artaxo, A. A. Costa, G. P. Frank, K. M. Longo, and M. A. F. Silva-Dias. 2004. Smoking rain clouds over the Amazon. Science 303: 1337-42. ABS: Reviewed by Graf, 2004.

·Andronova, N. and M. E. Schlesinger. 2001. Objective estimation of the probability density function for climate sensitivity. Journal of Geophysical Research 106D: 22,605-11. [···IMPORTANT: see Schlesinger and Andronova, 2002, below···]

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·Angelis, H. D., and P. Skvarca. 2003. Glacier surge after ice shelf collapse. Science 299: 1560-62.

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·Archer, D. 2005. How long will global warming last? entry for March 15, 2005.

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·Kerr, R. A. 1995. Geoscientists contemplate a fatal belch and a living ocean. Science 270: 1441-42.

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·Kerr, R. A. 1997. Did a blast of sea-floor gas usher in a new age? Science 275: 1267.

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·Kerr, R. A. 1998. Biggest extinction looks catastrophic. Science 280: 1007.

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·Kerr, R. A. 2000. Did volcanoes drive ancient extinctions? Science 289: 1130-31.

·Kerr, R. A. 2000. Gas blast for the dinosaurs? Science 287: 576-77.

·Kerr, R. A. 2000. Globe's 'missing warming' found in the ocean. Science 287: 2126-2127.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. A little sharper view of global warming. Science 294: 765.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. A meteoriticist speaks out, his rocks remain mute. Science 293: 1581, 83-84.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. A sharper view of global warming. Science 294: 765.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. A variable sun and the Maya collapse. Science 292: 1293. ABS: Review article for Hodell, 2001.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. A variable sun paces millennial climate. Science 294: 1431-32. ABS: Review article for Bond, 2001 (NOTE that this is a Science Express item, and therefore appeared in a later issue).

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. An alternative to snowball Earth. Science 292: 2241, 43.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. An orbital confluence leaves its mark. Science 292: 191. ABS: Review article for Zachos, 2001.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. Asteroid shower hit Ordovician Earth. Science 294: 39.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. Getting a handle on the north's 'El Niño'. Science 294: 494-95. ABS: Review article for Baldwin and Dunkerton, 2001.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. Life-Potential, slow, or long dead. Science 294: 1820-21.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. Mass extinction face downsizing, extinction. Science 293: 1037.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. Paring down the big five mass extinctions. Science 294: 2072-73.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. Rising global temperature rising uncertainty. Science 292: 192. ABS: Review article for Barnett, 2001, and Levitus, 2001.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. Stratospheric 'rocks' may bode ill for ozone. Science 291: 962-63. ABS: Review article for Fahey, 2001.

·Kerr, R. A. 2001. Whiff of gas points to impact mass extinction. Science 291: 1469-70. ABS: Review article for Becker, L., R. J. Poreda, A. G. Hunt, T. E. Bunch, and M. Rampino, 2001.)

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. A single climate mover for Antarctica. Science 296: 825-26. ABS: Review article for Thompson and Solomon, 2002.

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. A trigger for the Cambrian Explosion? Science 298: 1547. ABS: At December 2002 GSA talk, John Grotzinger reported Cloudina and another primitive critter w/ hard part went extinct in Oman at 542 Ma. Thrombolites, millimeter sizele through 6 layers of paired carbonate/salt deposits. He noted this was synchronous w/ carbon isotope excursion reported elsewhere: GET this abstract; GET carbon isotope reports.

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. A warmer Arctic means change for all. Science 297: 1490-92.

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. Could poor nutrition have held life back? Science 297: 1104-05. ABS: Review article for Anbar and Knoll, 2002.

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. Deep life in the slow, slow lane. Science 296: 1056-58.

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. No 'darkness at noon' to do in the dinosaurs?. Science 295: 1445, 47.

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. Reducing uncertainties of global warming. Science 295: 29, 31. ABS: Review article for Forest, 2002.

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. The first rocks whisper of their origins. Science 298: 350-51.

·Kerr, R. A. 2002. Whither Arctic ice? Less of it, for sure. Science 297: 1491.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. A perfect ocean for four years of globe-gridling drought. Science 299: 636. ABS: Review article for Hoerling and Kumar, 2003 (didn't copy).

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. A surprise La Niña. Science 300: 1215.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. Can northern snow foretell next winter's weather? Science 300: 1865-866.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. Huge Pacific waves trigger wild weather half a world away. Science 300: 1081.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. Life's diversity may truly have leaped since the dinosaurs. Science 300: 1067-69. ABS: Review article for Jablonski, 2003.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. Little girl lost. Science 301: 286.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. Making clouds darker sharpens cloudy climate models. Science 300: 1859-60.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. Minerals cooked up in the laboratory call ancient microfossils into question. Science 302: 1134. ABS: Review of Garcia-Ruiz, 2003.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. The small ones can kill you, too. Science 301: 1647. ABS: Small impacts also dangerous. [Me: Tunguska event was caused by impactor ~100 m in diameter... Or ~60m??? ] Photo caption indicates that Tunguska "devastated" 1600 km2.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. U.S. license needed to edit Iranian papers. Science 302: 210-11.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. Warming Indian Ocean wringing moisture from the Sahel. Science 302: 210-11.

·Kerr, R. A. 2003. Who pushed whom out of the last ice age? Science 299: 1645. ABS: Review of Weaver, 2003.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. A bit of icy Antarctica is sliding toward the sea. Science 305: 1897.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. A few good climate shifters. Science 306: 599, 601. ABS: Review of von Storch, 2004.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. A slowing cog in the North Atlantic Ocean's climate machine. Science 304: 371-72. ABS: Review of Häkkinen and Rhines, 2004. See also Weaver and Hillaire-Marcel, 2004.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. Evidence of huge, deadly impact found off Australian coast? Science 304: 941. ABS: Review of Becker, 2004.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. Gas hydrate resource: Smaller but sooner. Science 303: 946-47.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. Getting warmer, however you measure it. Science 304: 805, 807.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. Heavy breathing on Mars? Science 306: 29.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. In mass extinction, timing is all. Science 305: 1705. ABS: Review of Mundil, 2004.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. Look, up in the sky! It's a threatening asteroid! Science 303: 1272.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. New biomarker proposed for earliest life on Earth. Science 304: 503. ABS: Review of Furnes, 2004.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. No din of alien chatter in our neighborhood. Science 303: 1133.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. Signs of a warm, ice-free Arctic. Science 305: 1693.

·Kerr, R. A. 2004. Three degrees of consensus. Science 305: 932-34.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Another hint of planetary marauders. Science 309: 1800.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Bumpy road ahead for world's oil. Science 310: 1106-08.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Changes in the sun may sway the tropical monsoon. Science 308: 787.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Climate modelers see scorching future as a real possibility. Science 307: 497.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Confronting the bogeyman of the climate system. Science 310: 432-33.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Cosmic dust supports a Snowball Earth. Science 308: 181. ABS: Review of Bodiselitsch, 2005.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Gasping for air in Permian hard times. Science 308: 337. ABS: Review of Huey and Ward, 2005.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Gasping for air in the Permian. Science 308:

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Is Katrina a harbinger of still more powerful hurricanes? Science 309: 1807.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Is Katrina a harbinger of still more powerful hurricanes? Science 309: 1807. ABS: Review of Webster, 2005.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Millennium's hottest decade retains its title, for now. Science 307: 828-29.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Ocean flow amplified, not triggered, climate change. Science 307: 1854. ABS:

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. Scary Arctic ice loss? Blame the wind. Science 307: 203.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. The Atlantic Conveyor may have slowed, but don't panic yet. Science 310: 1403, 1405. ABS: Review of Bryden, 2005.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. The Atlantic Conveyor may have slowed, but don't panic yet. Science 310: 1403-5.

·Kerr, R. A. 2005. The story of O2. Science 308: 1730-32.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. A possible snag in burying CO2. Science: ABS: Review of Kharaka, 2006.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Atlantic mud shows how melting ice triggered an ancient chill. Science 312: 1860. ABS: Review of Ellison, 2006.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Creatures great and small are stirring the ocean. Science 313: 1717. ABS: Review of Kunze, 2006.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. False alarm: Atkantic conveyor belt hasn't slowed down after all. Science 314: 1064.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Latest forecast: Stand by for a warmer, but not scorching, world. Science 312: 351.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Life slow enough to live on radioactivity. Science 312: 179.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Looking way back for the world's climate future. Science 312: 1456-57. ABS: Review of Fedorov, 2006.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Pollute the planet for climate's sake? Science 314: 401, 403. ABS: Review of Wigley, 2006.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Revised numbers quicken the pace of rebound from mass extinctions. Science 311: 931.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Rising plumes in earth's mantle: Phantom or real? Science 313: 1726.

·Kerr, R. A. 2006. Yes, it's been getting warmer in here since the CO2 began to rise. Science 312: 1854.

·Kerr, R. A. 2007. A dose of dust that quieted an entire hurricane season? Science 315: 1351.

·Kerr, R. A. 2007. Could Mother Nature give the warming Arctic a reprieve? Science 315: 36.

·Kerr, R. A. 2007. Is a thinning haze unveiling the real global warming? Science 315: 1480.

·Kerr, R. A. 2007. The demise of the eyes in the skies. Science 315: 317.

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