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|Climate change and carbon dioxide: An introduction||1-2|
|Tribute to Roger Revelle and his contribution to studies of carbon dioxide and climate change||3-7|
|Equilibration of the terrestrial water, nitrogen, and carbon cycles||8-11|
|Potential responses of soil organic carbon to global environmental change||12-19|
|Global air-sea flux of CO2: An estimate based on measurements of sea-air pCO2 differences||20-27|
|Characteristics of the deep ocean carbon system during the past 150,000 years: CO2 distributions, deep water flow patterns, and abrupt climate change||28-35|
|Direct observation of the oceanic CO2 increase revisited||36-41|
|The observed global warming record: What does it tell us?||42-48|
|Possible forcing of global temperature by the oceanic tides||49-56|
|Spectrum of 100-kyr glacial cycle: Orbital inclination, not eccentricity||57-62|
|Can increasing carbon dioxide cause climate change?||63-70|
|Gases in ice cores||71-77|
|Tree rings, carbon dioxide, and climatic change||78-81|
|Geochemistry of corals: Proxies of past ocean chemistry, ocean circulation, and climate||82-89|
|A long marine history of carbon cycle modulation by orgital-climatic changes||90-97|
|Dependence of global temperatures on atmospheric CO2 and solar irradiance||98-107|
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