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Selected Citations

Data from CDIAC publications were cited in a number of journal articles, magazine articles, and newsletters. The following publications are representative of works that have been cited.

  • NDP-019 United States Historical Climatology Network Daily Temperature, Precipitation, and Snow Data for 1871-1997 (Easterling et al.)

Gallo, K. P., T. W. Owen, D. R. Easterling, and P. F. Jamason. 1999. Temperature trends of the U.S. Historical Climatology Network based on satellite-designated land use/land cover. Journal of Climate 12:1344-1348.

  • NDP-021 Historical Sunshine and Cloud Data in the United States (Steurer and Karl)

Croke, M. S., R. D. Cess, and S. Hameed. 1999. Regional cloud cover change associated with global climate change: Case studies for three regions of the United States. Journal of Climate 12:2128-2134.

  • NDP-030 Global, Regional, and National CO2 Emission Estimates from Fossil-Fuel Burning, Cement Production, and Gas Flaring: 1751-1996 (Boden et al.)

Houghton, R. A., J. L. Hackler, and K. T. Lawrence. 1999. The U.S. carbon budget: contributions from land-use change. Science 285:574-578.

  • NDP-039 Two Long-Term Instrumental Climatic Data Bases of the People's Republic of China (Tao et al.)

Samel, A. N., W.-C. Wang, and X.-Z. Liang. 1999. The monsoon rainband over China and relationships with the Eurasian circulation. Journal of Climate 12:115-131.

  • NDP-041 The Global Historical Climatology Network: Long-Term Monthly Temperature, Precipitation, Sea Level Pressure, and Station Pressure Data

EarthInfo, Inc. has released its "GHCN Global Climate 1998" CD-ROM, derived from CDIAC's Global Historical Climatology Network.

  • NDP-042 United States Historical Climatology Network Daily Temperature and Precipitation Data (Hughes et al.)

Kunkel, K. E., and K. Andsager. 1999. Long-term trends in extreme precipitation events over the conterminous United States and Canada. Journal of Climate 12:2515-2527.

Stooksbury, D. E., C. G. Idso, and K. G. Hubbard. 1999. The effects of data gaps on the calculated monthly mean maximum and minimum temperatures in the continental United States: A spatial and temporal study. Journal of Climate 12:1524-1533.

  • NDP-050 Continental Scale Estimates of the Biotic Carbon Flux from Land Cover Change: 1850 to 1980 (Houghton and Hackler)

Houghton, R. A., J. L. Hackler, and K. T. Lawrence. 1999. The U.S. carbon budget: Contributions from land-use change. Science 285:574-578.

Croke, M. S., R. D. Cess, and S. Hameed. 1999. Regional cloud cover change associated with global climate change: Case studies for three regions of the United States. Journal of Climate 12:2128-2134.

Flavin, C., and S. Dunn. 1999. Reinventing the energy system. In Linda Starke (ed.), State of the World 1999. Norton & Company, New York and London.

Indermühle, A., T. F. Stocker, F. Joos, H. Fischer, H. J. Smith, M. Wahlen, B. Deck, D. Mastroianni, J. Tschumi, T. Blunier, R. Meyer, and B. Stauffer. 1999. Holocene carbon-cycle dynamics based on CO2 trapped in ice at Taylor Dome, Antarctica. Nature 398:121-126.

Carlson, Shawn. Floating a Challenge, Scientific American, November 1998 (http://www.sciam.com/1998/1198issue/1198amsci.html)

Internet Scout Report for Science and Engineering, September 15, 1999 (http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/report/sci-eng/1999/se-990915.html#6).

World Resources Institute's Guide to Global Environmental Statistics (http://www.wri.org/statistics/)

American Meteorological Society

(http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS/newsltr/nl_10_99.html#carbon)


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