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Bob Carter

Professor Bob Carter is a researcher at the Marine Geophysical Laboratory at James Cook University. Copies of scientific papers and other media articles by Bob Carter can be accessed through his website.

Don’t listen to shock jocks on carbon
Environment - 1/06/2011 - 84 comments
Why is it so difficult to answer three simple climate questions?
Environment - 22/06/2009 - 58 comments
The IPCC: on the run at last
Environment - 31/03/2008 - 77 comments
When the flak gets intense, you know you’re on target
Environment - 12/07/2007 - 44 comments
Climate recantation: IPCC models don't predict and are unscientific
Science & Technology - 29/06/2007 - 47 comments
Al Gore’s movie meets its match in Stockholm
Environment - 13/10/2006 - 84 comments
'An Inconvenient Truth': climate change is indeed a moral issue
Environment - 20/09/2006 - 104 comments
Mother-earthism infects climate change debate
Science & Technology - 6/10/2005 - 57 comments
Cool rationality shatters greenhouse hype
Environment - 4/08/2005 - 25 comments
Modern 'global warming' may turn out to be just a lot of hot air
Environment - 7/11/2003 - 2 comments
The Great Barrier Reef is doing just fine: a precautionary tale
Environment - 12/03/2002

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