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Premier atmospheric scientists: "industrial emissions have been the do minant influence on climate change for the past 50 years, overwhelming natural forces"

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  • Pat Neuman, Hydrologist
    The coauthors-Thomas Karl, director of NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center, and Kevin Trenberth, head of the Climate Analysis Section at the National
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 3, 2004
      " The coauthors-Thomas Karl, director of NOAA�s National
      Climatic Data Center, and Kevin Trenberth, head of the
      Climate Analysis Section at the National Center for
      Atmospheric Research (NCAR)-conclude that industrial
      emissions have been the dominant influence on climate
      change for the past 50 years, overwhelming natural forces.
      The most important of these emissions is carbon dioxide,
      a greenhouse gas that traps solar radiation and warms the
      planet."

      Ref: 2003-49 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 2, 2003
      �No Doubt� Human Activity Is Affecting Global Climate,
      Top Scientists Conclude

      BOULDER-Two of the nation�s premier atmospheric scientists,...
      http://www.ucar.edu/communications/newsreleases/2003/trenberth.html

      From the Press Release, there is consensus by the premier atmospheric scientists that "industrial emissions have been the dominant influence on climate change for the past 50 years, overwhelming natural forces."

      Are there any "premier atmospheric scientists" in this nation that disagree with Thomas Karl and Kevin Trenberth?

      ... if there are any, please provide titles and names ...

      Pat N.


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