The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Updating the World on the Latest Climate Science

@inproceedings{Allison2011TheCD,
  title={The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Updating the World on the Latest Climate Science},
  author={I. Allison and N. L. Bindoff and R. Bindschadler and P. Cox and N. Noblet and M. England and J. Francis and N. Gruber and A. Haywood and D. Karoly and G. Kaser and C. L. Qu{\'e}r{\'e} and T. Lenton and M. E. Mann and B. Mcneil and A. Pitman and S. Rahmstorf and E. Rignot and H. Schellnhuber and S. Schneider and S. Sherwood and R. Somerville and K. Steffen and E. Steig and M. Visbeck and A. Weaver},
  year={2011}
}
The Copenhagen Diagnosis is a summary of the global warming peer reviewed science since 2007. Produced by a team of 26 scientists led by the University of New South Wales Climate Research Centre, the Diagnosis convincingly proves that the effects of global warming have gotten worse in the last three years. It is a timely update to the UN’s Intercontinental Panel on Climate Change 2007 Fourth Assessment document (IPCC AR4). The report places the blame for the century long temperature increase… Expand
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