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Albin O. Kuhn Library


  • Censoring science: inside the political attack on Dr. James Hansen and the truth of global warming. Bowen, Mark. 324p. 2008, QC981.8.G56 B69
  • Climate change. Jarman, Melanie. 193p. 2007, QC981.8.C5 J7
  • Climate change: what it means for us, our children, and our grandchildren. DiMento, Joseph F., and Pamela. Doughman. 217p. 2007, QC981.8.C5 C6126 (also available online at:
  • Cool it: the skeptical environmentalist’s guide to global warming. Lomborg, Bjorn. 253p. 2007, QC981.8.G56 L657
  • Darkening peaks: glacier retreat, science and society. Orlove, Benjamin S., Ellen. Wiegandt, and Brian H. Luckman. 282p. 2008, Folio – GB2405 .D37
  • Field notes from a catastrophe: man, nature and climate change. Kolbert, Elizabeth. 210p. 2006, QC981.8.G56 K655
  • Global warming in the 21st century. Johansen, Bruce E. 3 vol. 2006, QC981.8.G56 J643
  • Global warming: understanding the forecast. Archer, David.  194p. 2007, QC981.8.G56 A73
  • Human impacts on weather and climate. Cotton, William R., and Roger A. Pielke.  302p. 2007, QC981.8.C5 C763
  • Human-induced climate change: an interdisciplinary assessment. Schlesinger, M. E. 426p.  2007, Folio – QC981.8.C5 H845
  • Humanity’s footprint: momentum, impact, and our global environment. Dodds, Walter Kennedy. 270p. 2008, GF75 .D65
  • Kicking the carbon habit: global warming and the case for renewable and nuclear energy. Sweet, William. 256p. 2006, TJ808 .S87
  • Peak oil prep: 3 things you can do to prepare for peak oil, climate change and economic collapse. Winter, Mick. 235p. 2006, GF86 .W56
  • Renewable resources and renewable energy: a global challenge. Graziani, Mario and Paolo Fornasiero. 368 p. 2007, TJ808.R458
  • Sudden and disruptive climate change: exploring the real risks and how we can avoid them. MacCracken, Michael C., Frances. Moore, and John C. Topping. 326p. 2008, QC981.8.C5 S87
  • Surviving climate change: the struggle to avert global catastrophe. Cromwell, David, Mark Levene, and John Theobald. 292p. 2007, QC981.8.C5 S87
  • Surviving the century: facing climate chaos and other global challenges. Girardet, Herbert. 210p. 2007, HC79.E5 S86453
  • Sustainable resource use: institutional dynamics and economics. Alex Smajgl and Silva Larson , ed. 278p. 2007, HC79.E5 S8688
  • The politically incorrect guide to global warming and environmentalism. Horner, Christopher C. 350p. 2007, QC981.8.G56 H67
  • The revenge of Gaia: earth’s climate in crisis and the fate of humanity. Lovelock, James. 176p. 2006, QH343.4 .L694
  • The science and politics of global climate change: a guide to the debate. Dessler, Andrew Emory., and Edward. Parson. 190p. 2006, QC981.8.C5 D44
  • The weather makers: how man is changing the climate and what it means for life on Earth. Flannery, Tim F. 357p. 2005, QC981.8.C5 F438
  • The winds of change: climate, weather, and the destruction of civilizations. Linden, Eugene. 302p. 2006, QC981.8.C5 L567
  • Unstoppable global warming: every 1,500 years. Singer, S. Fred, and Dennis T. Avery. 260p. 2007, QC981.8.G56 S553


  • “An inconvenient truth” (2006, UMDVD 2603)
  • “Changing climates. The impact [of global warming]” (2002, UMDVD 2944)
  • “Changing climates. The science [of climatology]” (2002, UMDVD 2943)
  • “Dimming the sun” (2006, UMDVD 2229)
  • “Earth’s changing climate” (2007, UMDVD 4103)
  • “Global warming: turning up the heat” (1996, UMVID 5009)
  • “Global warming:  the signs and the science” (2005, UMDVD 1669)
  • “Hot times in Alaska” (2004, UMDVD 904)
  • “Hot world, cold comfort” (2005, UMDVD 1062)
  • “Population and world resources” (2003, UMDVD 4100)
  • “Strange days on planet Earth” (2005, UMDVD 4106)
  • “The life and times of El Niño” (2005, UMDVD 4114)