Climate Change Resources


Resources for Further Study
on the Climate Change Debate


     Our goal must be to determine if climate change is real. If it is real, then we need to understand the consequences. If it isn’t real, we need to understand the agenda of those who are propagating it. I believe you will learn far more than you expect, as I did. The implications of this are more far reaching than you might imagine. - Rick Joyner


     Following are a list of resources for further study on the climate change debate:



Essay: Years of Living Dangerously: Pastor Rick Joyner Models Feynman's Ideal Scientist!

   By Jim Steele, Director Emeritus Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University



Livingston (2008) Importance of River Flow to the Apalachicola River-Bay System.

   Report to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection



An Interpretation of the Origins of the 2012 Central Great Plains Drought

   Assessment Report. NOAA Drought Task Force



Menne. M., (2009) The U.S. Historical Climatology Network Monthly Temperature Data, version2.

   The Bulletin for the American Meterological Society. p. 993-1007


Wilson (2007) Matter of divergence: tracking recent warming at hemispheric scales using tree-ring data.

   Journal of Geophysical Research-A, 112, D17103, doi: 10.1029/2006JD008318.


Bengtsson, L., et al., (2004) The Early Twentieth-Century Warming in the Arctic - A Possible Mechanism.

   Journal of Climate, vol. 445-458


Chylek, P., et al. (2006) Greenland warming of 1920-1930 and 1995-2005.

   Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 33, L11707, doi: 10.1029/2006GL026510


Young, N., et al., (2011) Response of Jakobshavn Isbrae, Greenland, to Holocene climate Change.

   Geology, vol. 39, p. 131-134


Motyka, R., et al. (2010) Submarine melting of the 1985 Jakobshavn Isbrae floating tongue and the triggering of the current retreat.

   Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 116, F01007, doi: 10.1029/2009JF001632


Csatho, B., et al., (2008) Intermittent thinning of Jakobshavn Isbrae, West Greenland, since the Little Ice Age.

   Journal of Glaciology, vol. 54, p. 131-145


Drinkwater, K., (2006) The regime shift of the 1920s and 1930s in the North Atlantic.

   Progress in Oceanography, vol. 68, p. 134-151


Greenland discussion adapted from the chapter "Many Ways to Shrink a Clacier" in Landscapes & Cycles: An Environmentalist's Journey to Climate Skepticism

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Climate change PROVED to be 'nothing but a lie', claims top meteorologist by Jason Taylor – 10/22/2014

   John Coleman, who co-founded the Weather Channel, shocked academics by insisting the theory of man-made climate change was no longer scientifically credible.

   Instead, what 'little evidence' there is for rising global temperatures points to a 'natural phenomenon' within a developing eco-system.   ...Read


Ultimate Guide to Eco-Friendly Cars - Published 06 August 2015  By Richard Dredge


Going Green Resources - by the Middletown Thrall Library

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