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The current state of climate science: non-CO2 climate-forcing factors and climate tipping points

Current state of climate science (non co2 climate forcing factors and climate tipping points): presentation to DECC’s Science Advisory Group…

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Current state of climate science (non co2 climate forcing factors and climate tipping points): presentation by Peter Cox, University of Exeter

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Current state of climate science (non co2 climate forcing factors and climate tipping points): presentation to DECC’s Science Advisory Group meeting of October 2011 by Peter Cox, University of Exeter.

Published 16 April 2012