Science Sources: Fingerprints Everywhere
The study database presented here includes the 214 detection and attribution studies identified in the following report: Fingerprints Everywhere: Review and Analysis of Detection and Attribution Studies Finding the Fingerprint of Climate Change in US and Global Trends and Events. The report, available here, was published in September 2018.
To search or browse an updating database of detection and attribution studies, including studies published since September 2018, visit Science Sources: Detection and Attribution, or learn more about detection and attribution studies.
|Using present-day observations to detect when anthropogenic change forces surface ocean carbonate chemistry outside preindustrial bounds||Biogeosciences||Sep 13, 2016||Sutton, Adrienne J., Sabine, Christopher L., Feely, Richard A., Cai, Wei-Jun, Cronin, Meghan F., McPhaden, Michael J., Morell, Julio M., Newton, Jan A., Noh, Jae-Hoon, Ólafsdóttir, Sólveig R., Salisbury, Joseph E., Send, Uwe et al|
|Water and energy budgets of hurricanes: Case studies of Ivan and Katrina||Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres||Dec 12, 2007||Trenberth, Kevin E., Davis, Christopher A., Fasullo, John|
|Widespread persistent changes to temperature extremes occurred earlier than predicted||Scientific Reports||Jan 17, 2018||Chao Li, Yuanyuan Fang, Ken Caldeira, Xuebin Zhang, Noah S. Diffenbaugh and Anna M. Michalak|