Journal Articles

Alley, Richard B. "Abrupt Climate Change." Scientific American 291, no. 5 (November 2004): 62-69. This article discusses the Great Ocean Conveyor Belt current and how global warming could shut it down and trigger another ice age.

Bagla, Pallava. "Melting Himalayan Glaciers May Doom Towns." National Geographic News (May 7, 2002): Available online. URL: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/05/0501_020502_ himalaya.html. Accessed August 12, 2009. This article discusses the overflow of lakes from melting glaciers and the hazards they pose to nearby villages.

Bartleman, Bill. "Partnership to Test Underground Storage of Carbon Dioxide." Paducah Sun, 15 July 2008. Available online. URL: http:// www.istockanalyst.com/article/viewiStockNews/articleid/2393941. Accessed April 18, 2008. This article discusses the feasibility of storing carbon dioxide underground at a site in Kentucky.

Beever, Erik A., David A. Pyke, Jeanne C. Chambers, Fred Landau, and Stanley D. Smith. "Monitoring Temporal Change in Riparian Vegetation of Great Basin National Park." Western North American Naturalist 65, no. 3 (July 2005): 382-402. This article discusses climate change and the effects on the migration of vegetation.

Biello, David. "Out of Sight: Out of Clime: Burying Carbon in a Vault of Sea and Rock." Scientific American News (July 14, 2008): Available online. URL: http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=undersea-carbon-capture-and-storage. Accessed August 12, 2009. This article discusses the process of carbon sequestration into the Pacific Northwest seafloor.

-. "Climate Change Science Moves from Proof to Prevention."

Scientific American News (February 1, 2007): Available online.

URL: http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=climate-change-science-mo. Accessed August 12, 2009. This article focuses on the status of global warming and actions that need to be taken now in response.

Britt, Robert Roy. "Surprising Side Effects of Global Warming." LiveScience. Posted December 22, 2004. Available online. URL: http://www.livescience.com/environment/041222_permafrost.html. Accessed April 3, 2008. This article discusses the effects of global warming on the world's zones of permafrost.

-. "Insurance Company Warns of Global Warming's Costs."

LiveScience. Posted November 1, 2005. Available online. URL: http://www.livescience.com/environment/051101_insurance_ warming.html. Accessed October 3, 2008. This discusses the economic liabilities of costly damage as a result of global warming.

-. "Caution: Global Warming May Be Hazardous to Your Health."

LiveScience. Posted February, 21, 2005. Available online. URL: http://www.livescience.com/environment/050221_warming_health. html. Accessed August 2, 2008. This article discusses health effects from contaminated water supplies and other health effects from global warming.

-. "The Irony of Global Warming: More Rain Less Water."

LiveScience. Posted November 16, 2005. Available online. URL: http://www.livescience.com/environment/051116_water_shortage. html. Accessed December 10, 2008. This article discusses the plight of freshwater reserves and future available drinking water.

Charles, Dan. "Will a Warmer World Have Enough Food?" NPR (December 14, 2007): Available online. URL: http://www.npr.org/ template/story/story.php?storyId=15737145. Accessed December 10, 2008. This article discusses changing rainfall patterns and its effects on agriculture.

Danielson, Stentor. "Everest Melting? High Signs of Climate Change." National Geographic News (June 5, 2002): Available online. URL: news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/06/0605_

020604_everestclimate.html. Accessed March 3, 2008. This article discusses the effects of global warming on glacial retreat.

Doughton, Sandi. "Ocean Could Be the Place to Store Fossil Fuel Mess." Seattle Times, 15 July 2008. Available online. URL: http:// seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2008051806_ carbonstorage15m.html. Accessed May 5, 2008. This article discusses mitigation options for long-term carbon storage in the world's oceans.

Eilperin, Juliet. "Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Melting Rapidly." Washington Post, 3 March 2006. Available online. URL:. http://www.washington post.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/03/02/AR2006030201712_ pf.html. Accessed August 12, 2009. This article discusses the ice mass melting in Antarctica.

Gurney, Kevin. "Revolutionary CO2 Maps Zoom in on Greenhouse Gas Sources." Purdue University News, 7 April 2008. Available online. URL: http://news.uns.purdue.edu/xZ2008a/ 080407GurneyVulcan.html. Accessed August 12, 2009. This article presents a newly developed modeling technique to illustrate principal areas of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States.

Goldberg, David. "A Deep-Sea Storage Locker for Greenhouse Gas." Discover (15 July 2008): Available online. URL: http://blogs. discovermagazine.com/80beats/2008/07/15/a-deep-sea-storage-locker-for-greenhouse-gas/. Accessed September 15, 2008. This article discusses sea floor carbon sequestration options off the coast of the Pacific Northwest.

Goudarzi, Sara. "Allergies Getting Worse Due to Global Warming." LiveScience. Posted November 22, 2005. Available online. URL: http://www.livescience.com/health/051122_allergy_rise.html. Accessed August 12, 2009. This article discusses the effects higher temperatures are having on chronic allergies in the United States.

Handwerk, Brian. "Global Warming Could Cause Mass Extinctions By 2050, Study Says." National Geographic News (April 12, 2006): Available online. URL: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/ pf/1930686.html. Accessed November 23, 2008. This article presents evidence for extinctions worldwide in all habitats due to a continuing rise in CO2.

Harmon, M. E., W. K. Ferrell, and J. K. Franklin. "Effects on Carbon Storage of Conversion of Old-Growth Forests to Young Forests." Science 247, no. 4,943 (February 1990): 699-702. This article discusses how much carbon newer, faster-growing trees can hold in relation to older slower-growing trees.

Hennessey, Kathleen. "Dairy Air: Scientists Measure Cow Gas." LiveScience. Posted July 27, 2005. Available online. URL: http:// www.livescience.com/animals/ap_050727_cow_gas.html. Accessed August 12, 2009. This article discusses the contribution of greenhouse gases from the grazing industry.

Hopkins, Philip. "Global Warming Cyclical, Says Climate Expert." The Age Company (June 13, 2005): Available online. URL: http://www. theage.com.au/news/Science/Global-warming-cyclical-says-climate-expert/2005/06/ 12/1118514924793.html. Accessed April 6, 2008. This review examines global warming from the aspect that it is just part of the general cyclic climatic cycles the Earth naturally goes through.

Houghton, R. A., J. L. Hackler, and K. T. Lawrence. "The U.S. Carbon Budget: Contributions from Land-Use Change." Science 285, no. 5,427 (July 1999): 574-578. This review takes a close look at how the qualify of the landscape is affected by changes in land-use practices.

Kloor, K. "Restoration Ecology: Returning America's Forests to Their 'Natural' Roots." Science 287, no. 5,453 (January 2000): 573-575.

Maffly, Brian, and Judy Fahys. "Setting Trap for Global Warming." Salt Lake Tribune, 16 November 2007. Available online. URL: http:// www.utahmining.org/07nov.htm. Accessed August 12, 2009. This article discusses a new technology to enable carbon sequestration to offset fossil fuel pollution produced by power plants in Utah.

Marchetti, C. "On Geoengineering and the CO2 Problem." Climate Change, no. 1 (1977): 59-68. This article discusses carbon dioxide sequestration into the North Atlantic below the thermocline.

McCarl, Bruce A., and Uwe A. Schneider. "Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in U.S. Agriculture and Forestry." Science 294, no. 5,551 (December 21, 2001): 2,481-2,482. This article discusses carbon sequestration in forest and agricultural areas and the effects proper land management can have on the total amount of carbon stored in the vegetation and soils.

McClure, Robert. "Changing Wildlife Patterns Linked to Global Warming." Seattle Post-Intelligencer Reporter, 13 February 2002. Available online. URL: http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/ national/58041_clim13.shtml. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article discusses shifts in habitats as a result of global warming.

Minarcek, Andrea. "Mount Kilimanjaro's Glacier Is Crumbling." National Geographic News (September 23, 2003): Available online. URL: news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2003/09/0923_030923_ kilimanjaroglaciers.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article discusses the issue of glacial melt as a result of global warming.

MSNBC News Services. "Warming Expert: Only Decade Left to Act In." 14 September 2006. Available online. URL: http://www.msnbc. msn.com/id/14834318/. Accessed August 11, 2009. This report reviews a public presentation or James Hansen gave concerning the necessity to act soon in order to curtail the detrimental effects of global warming before it is too late.

New York Times. "The Scientists Speak." 20 November 2007. Available online. URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/20/opinion/20tue1. html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article explores the global warming issue from the scientific viewpoint and provides recommendations on where solving the problem needs to go from here.

New York Times. "No Place to Hide." 20 January 2008. Available online. URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/20/opinion/ 20sun4.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article examines the worldwide effect of global warming and the importance of taking action now.

Norby, R. J., E. H. DeLucia, B. Gielen, C. Calfapietra, C. P. Glardina, J. S. King, J. Ledford, H. R. McCarthy, et al. "Forest Response to

Elevated CO2 Is Conserved Across a Broad Range of Productivity." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102, no. 50 (2005): 18,052-18,056. This article examines forest habitats and their response to increased levels of CO2 with global warming.

Noss, R. F. "Beyond Kyoto: Forest Management in a Time of Rapid Climate Change." Conservation Biology 15, no. 3 (2001): 578-590. This article examines issues concerning resources and quality of the environment.

O'Driscoll, Patrick. "Study Links Extended Wildfire Seasons to Global Warming." USA Today, 7 July 2006. Available online. URL: http:// www.waterconserve.org/shared/reader/welcome.aspx?linkid=58066. Accessed December 30, 2008. This article correlates the number and size of large forest fires in the West with global warming.

Pickrell, John. "Global Warming May Boost Crop Yields, Study Says." National Geographic News (November 25, 2002): Available online. URL: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/11/1122_ 021125_CropYields.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article explores the possibilities of increased yields in select areas due to increased levels of CO2.

Revkin, Andrew C. "A New Middle Stance Emerges in Debate Over Climate." New York Times, 1 January 2007. Available online. URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/01/science/01climate.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article examines global warming from a new viewpoint, this one not of extremes.

-. "A Shift in the Debate Over Global Warming." New York Times,

6 April 2008. Available online. URL: http://www.pewclimate.org/ node/5869. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article examines emission caps, energy conservation, and renewable resources to combat global warming.

-. "Strong Action Urged to Curb Warming." New York Times, 11

June 2008. Available online. URL: www.nytimes.com/2008/06/11/ world/11climate.html?pagewanted=print. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article examines the activities of industrialized nations and their efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

Roach, John. "Studies Measure Capacity of "Carbon Sinks." National Geographic News (June 21, 2001): Available online. URL: http:// news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2001/06/0621_carbonsinks. html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article presents a study to illustrate how much carbon is stored in sinks in the United States.

-. "Freshwater Runoff Into Arctic on the Rise, Scientists Say."

National Geographic News (December 13, 2002): Available online. URL: news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/12/1212_021213_ arcticrivers.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article examines the effects of freshwater on ocean currents.

-. "Antarctic Glaciers Surged after 1995 Ice-Shelf Collapse."

National Geographic News (March 6, 2003): Available online. URL: news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2003/03/0306_030306_ glaciersurge.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article discusses glacial surge episodes in connection with ice-shelf activity.

Rosenthal, Elisabeth, and Andrew C. Revkin. "Science Panel Calls Global Warming "Unequivocal." New York Times, 3 February 2007. Available online. URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/03/ science/earth/03climate.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article provides a review of the IPCC's most current information on global warming.

Schimel, D. S., et al. "Recent Patterns and Mechanisms of Carbon Exchange by Terrestrial Ecosystems." Nature 414, (November 8, 2001): 169-172. This looks at how various members of an ecosystem store and sequests carbon.

Schirber, Michael. "Nature's Wrath: Global Death and Costs Swell." LiveScience. Posted November 1, 2004. Available online. URL: www. livescience.com. Accessed January 1, 2008. This article discusses the damage done to property and life by global warming.

Schlyer, Krista. "America's 10 Most Endangered National Wildlife Refuges." Defenders of Wildlife, 2007. Available online. URL: www. defenders.org. Accessed November 2, 2008. This article discusses the fragile ecosystems found within 10 U.S. wildlife refuges and what challenges they face for the future.

Schmid, Randolph E. "Global Warming Differences Resolved." LiveScience. Posted May 2, 2006. Available online. URL: http://www. livescience.com/environment/ap_060502_global_warming.html. Accessed January 1, 2009. This article presents the global warming debate as one that has a central focus because the key conflict of surface/atmosphere temperature discrepancies have been resolved.

Shah, Anup. "Climate Change and Global Warming." Horizon documentary on BBC, January 15, 2005. Available online. URL: http:// www.globalissues.org/article/529/global-dimming. Accessed August 11, 2009. This program provides a good overview of the problem scientists and policy makers are up against.

Sullivan, Michael. "Australia Turns to Desalination Amid Water Shortage." NPR (December 14, 2007): Available online. URL: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=11134967. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article discusses action Australia is taking to adapt to water shortages by desalinating water supplies.

Sutherly, Ben. "Greenville Injection Project Could Have Global Implications." Dayton Daily News, 29 June 2008. Available online. URL: http://www.daytondailynews.com/n/content/oh/story/news/ local/2008/06/28/ddn062908battellei nside.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article focuses on carbon sequestration issues and feasibility.

Than, Ker. "How Global Warming Is Changing the Wild Kingdom." LiveScience. Posted June 21, 2005. Available online. URL: www. livescience.com/environment/050621_warming_changes.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article discusses the current and future threats to wildlife habitats as a result of global warming.

Times of India. "Transforming Carbon Emissions." 14 July 2008. Available online. URL: http://en.newspeg.com/Transforming-carbon-emissions-5036947.html. Accessed January 1, 2009. This article discusses mineral sequestration for carbon.

Trivedi, Bijal P. "Antarctica Gives Mixed Signals on Warming." National Geographic News (January 25, 2002): Available online. URL: news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/01/0125_020125_

antarcticaclimate.html. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article discusses various reports of global warming research and their implications.

Wald, Matthew L. "Study Details How U.S. Could Cut 28% of Greenhouse Gases." New York Times, 30 November 2007. Available online. URL: http://royaldutchshellplc.com/2007/12/01/the-new-york-times-study-details-how-us-could-cut-28-of-greenhouse-gases/. Accessed August 11, 2009. This article offers several practical ways to be more energy efficient.

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