Examining the Scientific Consensus on Climate Change

@inproceedings{Doran2009ExaminingTS,
  title={Examining the Scientific Consensus on Climate Change},
  author={Peter T. Doran and Maggie Kendall Zimmerman},
  year={2009}
}
Fifty-two percent of Americans think most climate scientists agree that the Earth has been warming in recent years, and 47% think climate scientists agree (i.e., that there is a scientific consensus) that human activities are a major cause of that warming, according to recent polling (see http://www.pollingreport.com/enviro.htm). However, attempts to quantify the scientific consensus on anthropogenic warming have met with criticism. For instance, Oreskes [2004] reviewed 928 abstracts from peer… CONTINUE READING

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