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an increase in the average temperature of the earth's atmosphere (especially a sustained increase that causes climatic changes)

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Theory of anthropogenic global warming is supported by a huge and growing observational dataset.
While we bear this in mind, we will continue the reasoning of Anthropogenic Global Warming and assume an opposite correlation, that is, temperature is a function of [C[O.
Scientists, like most people, are also reluctant to abandon a belief that they have held for a long time, and many scientists have worked in organisations that accepted anthropogenic global warming as a starting point in their research programs.
Hypothetical predictions of anthropogenic global warming in the past decades have resulted in claims of harm to human health from malaria, infections, and other vector-borne diseases because of putative increased ranges of vectors from tropical into temperate zones.
Climate change sceptics claim that some of the leaked messages discuss ways of manipulating data that fails to comply with the establishment view that climate change is real and is being driven by man or what is technically called Anthropogenic Global Warming (or AGW).
A more sophisticated analysis of the data that looks for the "fingerprints" of anthropogenic global warming (AGW) cannot find any such evidence.
The subject of anthropogenic global warming has become an issue of much discussion in American culture in general and among evangelicals in particular.
While significant, that projection is below nearly every computer model being employed by the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which has become the main organ for those who accept the notion of dangerous anthropogenic global warming.
While the debate on anthropogenic global warming still rages, Hurricane Katrina, the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake/tsunami, and FM 3-0 have settled any discussion on the Army's role in responding to climate change and natural disasters.
They each know that the evidence they have observed refutes specific claims for anthropogenic global warming in their area of expertise.
Through numerous interviews and discussions with key researchers in the field, the authors provide a rare insight into how the scientific evidence for anthropogenic global warming has evolved over many years and through many disciplines, honed by the rigour of peer review.
WHILE mis-informed ministers tell us we have to cover our green and pleasant land with thousands of monstrous wind generators in an effort to combat anthropogenic global warming, I wonder how many readers are aware that the largest planet in the Solar System, namely Jupiter, appears to be undergoing a climate change of its own?
We need to focus on spending scarce resources on more important problems than alleged anthropogenic global warming.
While the fact of anthropogenic global warming is certainly beyond debate, argues Lomborg (an economist at the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark), the nature of our response to it is not.