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Detailed Review Comments of Chapter 2 of the 4th National Climate Assessment

Ryan Maue There is voluminous research discussing the global warming “hiatus” or “pause” during the 16-years after the previous strong El Nino 1998-2014, only ended after the most recent uptick in global temperature in 2015-2017. While the background trend is clearly warming, the “step-like” increases in temperature followed by “pauses” should not be glossed over but examined honestly.
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