Patrick J. Michaels - his articles and papers
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Articles and papers
Articles and papers by Pat Michaels include:
- Patrick J. Michaels, "Give Industry a Bigger Role (Title incomplete", Roanoke Times, December 29, 1992.
- Patrick Michaels, "Ozone Blamed for Lack of Warming", World Climate Report, New Hope Environmental Services, Volume 1, Number 12, February 1, 1996.
- Patrick J. Michaels and R.C. Balling, Jr. 1999. Global warming: The political science of exaggeration. Prometheus 1, 63-70.
- J.E. Hansen and Patrick J. Michaels. 2000. AARST Science Policy Forum, New York. Social Epistemology 14:133-186.
- R.E. Balling, M.C. MacCracken, Patrick J. Michaels, and A. Robock. 2000. Assessment of uncertainties of predicted global change modelling. Technology 7S:231-257.
- R.E. Davis, Patrick J. Michaels, and B.P. Hayden. 2000. Assessment of uncertainties of predicted global change modelling. Pages 401-426 in R. Pielke, Jr. and R. Pielke, Sr., eds., Storms, Volume I. Routledge, New York, New York.
- Patrick J. Michaels, P.C. Knappenberger, and R.E. Davis, "The way of warming", Regulation, Cato Institute, January 1, 2000, Volume 33, pages 10-16.
- Patrick J. Michaels, "The Environmentalists of Summer ", Environment & Climate News, Heartland Institute, June 2000.
- Patrick J. Michaels, "An October Environmental Surprise?", Cato Institute, September 29, 2000.
- Patrick J. Michaels, P.C. Knappenberger, R.C. Balling, Jr., and R.E. Davis. 2000. Observed warming in cold anticyclones. Climate Research 14:1-6.
- Patrick J. Michaels, and P.C. Knappenberger, "Natural signals in the MSU lower tropospheric temperature record", Geophysical Research Letters, August 2, 2000, Volume 27, pages 2905-2908.
- Patrick J. Michaels, "Global warming: Watson indulges in scare tactics . . . again", Environment & Climate News, Heartland Institute, March 2001.
- P.C. Knappenberger, Patrick J. Michaels and R.E. Davis, "The Nature of Observed Temperature Changes Across the United States During the 20th Century", Climate Research, July 2001, Volume 17, pages 45-53.
- J.D. Hux, P.C. Knappenberger, Patrick J. Michaels, and P.J. Stenger, "Development of a discriminant analysis mixed precipitation (DAMP) forecast model for mid-Atlantic winter storms", Weather and Forecasting, Number 16, 2001, pages 248-259.
- Patrick J. Michaels, "National Geographic melting down?, Washington Times, September 6, 2004.
- Patrick J. Micheals, "Climate scientists blow hot and cold: Antarctic warming isn't evidence of climate change – despite what scientists would have us believe", Guardian, February 12, 2009.
- Patrick J. Michaels, "EPA’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking", Presentation to the Heartland Institute's International Conference on Climate Change (2009), March 9, 2009. (PowerPoint)
- Patrick Michaels, "Comments on Criticism of Cato Ad", Cato@Liberty (blog), April 5, 2009.
- Patrick J. Michaels How to Manufacture a Climate Consensus, Wall Street Journal, December 17, 2009.