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A new method for identifying possible causal relationships between CO2, total solar irradiance and global temperature change
We apply a novel method based upon “before” and “after” relationships to investigate and quantify interconnections between global temperature anomaly, GTA, as response variable, and greenhouse gases, CO2, and total solar ...
Leading the game, losing the competition: identifying leaders and followers in a repeated game
(PLoS One, 2016)
We explore a new method for identifying leaders and followers, LF, in repeated games by analyzing an experimental, repeated (50 rounds) game where Row player shifts the payoff between small and large values – a type of ...
On the statistical nature of distinct cycles in global warming variables
(Springer Verlag, 2017-01-10)
Cycle times found in many oceanic time series have been explained with references to external mechanisms that act on the systems. Here we show that when we extract cycle times from 100 sets of paired random series, we find ...
Cycles in oceanic teleconnections and global temperature change
Three large ocean currents are represented by proxy time series: the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), the Southern Oscillation Index (SOI), and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO).We here show how proxies for the ...
Carbon dioxide precedes temperature change during short-term pauses in multi-millennial palaeoclimate records
In Antarctica, ice-core temperature has traditionally been regarded as a leading variable to carbon dioxide, CO2 during the last 400,000years before present (B.P.). This finding is in contrast to most reports on global ...