The perspectives of climate scientists on global climate change


This report presents the findings of two surveys of climate scientists' perceptions of the globalwarming issue. The first survey was conducted in 1996 and the second survey in 2003. Abrief text section demonstrates some of the significant findings. The surveys investigate the meansby which scientific conclusions are reached and the climate scientists interpretations of whatthese conclusions might mean. The complete responses to the surveys are presented in Appendix A:Tables and Appendix B: Figures. Each table and figure is presented in a manner to indicatestatistically significant change in scientists perspectives over the period of the two surveys

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