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Andrew Glikson

Dr Andrew Glikson is an Earth and paleoclimate scientist at the Research School of Earth Science, the School of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Planetary Science Institute, Australian National University.

Author's website: Dr Andrew Glikson's staff page

Current global geoengineering
Environment - 9/06/2011 - 47 comments
Climate change: a warning from the past
Environment - 11/04/2011 - 17 comments
Polar ice melt and sea level rise: earth climate in uncharted territory
Environment - 17/03/2011 - 46 comments
The shift in state of the atmosphere
Environment - 11/02/2011 - 40 comments
The atmosphere at 4-degrees above the present
Environment - 4/05/2010 - 58 comments
Carbon dioxide, mass extinction of species and climate change
Science & Technology - 1/03/2010 - 55 comments
Good planets are hard to come by
Science & Technology - 9/02/2010 - 40 comments
Copenhagen: the price of the atmosphere
Environment - 31/12/2009 - 95 comments
Climate change is already costing lives and dollars
Environment - 22/12/2009 - 38 comments
Copenhagen: a warning from the history of Earth
Science & Technology - 7/12/2009 - 8 comments
Last train to Copenhagen
Science & Technology - 26/11/2009 - 14 comments
Good planets are hard to come by
Science & Technology - 3/11/2009 - 43 comments

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