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Cloud Cover

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Clouds (Cover)

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Global Cloud Cover Over Land: 1971-1996

The Galactic Cosmic Ray-Cloud-Climate Connection

CO2 and Clouds: Their Relative Roles as Agents of Climate Change

Jet Contrails: Air Traffic Climate Controllers

More Controversy Over Earth's "Adaptive Infrared Iris"

New Studies Erode Confidence in Climate Model Predictions

Ecological Changes in Tropical Montane Cloud Forests: Harbingers of Global Warming?

Has CO2-Induced Global Warming Been Wrongly Accused of Decimating Cloud-Forest Ecosystems?

Cloud Cover Over the Indian Ocean

They’ve Looked at Clouds from Both Sides, Now

Humanity’s Impacts on Clouds: Could They Lead to Global Cooling?

Jet Contrails Lead to Increased High-Level Cloudiness Over Alaska

The Greenhouse Effect Can Be Thwarted.  That's What's New.

A Tale of Two Atmospheres

Dimethyl Sulfide: It's Role in Stabilizing Earth's Climate

Marine Stratocumulus Clouds: Vexing Realities

Testing Climate Models Against Reality: What a Novel Idea!

How Do Human Activities Affect Earth's Climate?

Adding to Our Knowledge of the Global-Ocean Biophysical Thermostat

Jet Aircraft Contrails Reduce the Diurnal Amplitude of Earth's Surface Air Temperature

Deep Convection Helps Tropics Keep Their (Relative) Cool

Making More and Brighter Clouds

Changes in Cloud Cover

Airplanes and Climate Change

World Sea Trade Creates More and Brighter Clouds