Paradigm shifts in late-Holocene climatology?

@article{Chambers2002ParadigmSI,
  title={Paradigm shifts in late-Holocene climatology?},
  author={F. Chambers and S. Brain},
  journal={The Holocene},
  year={2002},
  volume={12},
  pages={239 - 249}
}
The climatic consequences of major increases in the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide were calculated over 100 years ago, but only during the last two decades have the effects of human-induced increases in various atmospheric gas concentrations become a concern of a wide range of scientists. The near-century delay between the propounding of the theory and the widespread recognition of the consequences for climate of continuing human activities implies a recent shift in either the… Expand

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