This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 44 references in this bibliography folder.

Armour, K and Roe, G (2011).
Climate commitment in an uncertain world
Geophysical Research Letters, 38(1):L01707.

Marten, A and Newbold, S (2011).
Estimating the social cost of non-CO2 GHG emissions: methane and nitrous oxide
NCEE Working Paper 11-01, National Center for Environmental Economics, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.

van Vuuren, D, Lowe, J, Stehfest, E, Gohar, L, Hof, A, Hope, C, Warren, R, Meinshausen, M, and Plattner, G (2011).
How well do integrated assessment models simulate climate change?
Climatic Change, 104(2):255-285.

Anthoff, D and Tol, R (2010).
The climate framework for uncertainty, negotiation, and distribution (FUND), technical description, version 3.5
No source specified

Narita, D, Tol, R, and Anthoff, D (2010).
Economic costs of extratropical storms under climate change: an application of FUND
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 53(3):371–384.

Nordhaus, W (2010).
Economic aspects of global warming in a post-Copenhagen environment
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(26):11721.

USG (2010).
Technical support document: Social cost of carbon for regulatory impact analysis under Executive Order 12866

Warren, R, Mastrandrea, M, Hope, C, and Hof, A (2010).
Variation in the climatic response to SRES emissions scenarios in integrated assessment models
Climatic Change, 102(3-4):671-685.

Weitzman, M (2010).
GHG targets as insurance against catastrophic climate damages
NBER Working Paper, 16136.

Baker, M and Roe, G (2009).
The shape of things to come: why is climate change so predictable?
Journal of Climate, 22(17):4574–4589.

Calvin, K, Edmonds, J, Bond-Lamberty, B, Clarke, L, Kim, S, Kyle, P, Smith, S, Thomson, A, and Wise, M (2009).
2.6: Limiting climate change to 450 ppm CO2 equivalent in the 21st century
Energy Economics, 31(2):S107–S120.

Newbold, S and Daigneault, A (2009).
Climate response uncertainty and the benefits of greenhouse gas emissions reductions
Environmental and Resource Economics, 44(3):351–377.

Roe, G (2009).
Feedbacks, timescales, and seeing red
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 37:93–115.

Weitzman, M (2009).
On modeling and interpreting the economics of catastrophic climate change
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 91(1):1–19.

Dasgupta, P (2008).
Discounting climate change
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 37(2):141–169.

Hansen, J, Sato, M, Kharecha, P, Beerling, D, Berner, R, Masson-Delmotte, V, Pagani, M, Raymo, M, Royer, D, and Zachos, J (2008).
Target atmospheric CO2: Where should humanity aim?
Open Atmospheric Science Journal, 2:217–231.

Hope, C (2008).
Optimal carbon emissions and the social cost of carbon over time under uncertainty
Integrated Assessment, 8(1):107–122.

Knutti, R and Hegerl, G (2008).
The equilibrium sensitivity of the Earth's temperature to radiation changes
Nature Geoscience, 1(11):735–743.

IPCC (2007).
Contribution of working group I to the fourth assessment report to the intergovernmental panel on climate change
In: Climate change 2007: Physical science basis, ed. by Solomon, S and Qin, D. and Manning, M. and Chen, Z. and Marquis, M. and Averyt, K.B. and Tignor, M. and Miller, H.L., Cambridge University Press.

Kiehl, J (2007).
Twentieth century climate model response and climate sensitivity
Geophysical Research Letters, 34(22):L22710.

Nordhaus, W (2007).
The challenge of global warming: economic models and environmental policy
New Haven, CT: Yale University.

Nordhaus, W (2007).
Two centuries of productivity growth in computing
The Journal of Economic History, 67(01):128–159.

Roe, G and Baker, M (2007).
Why is climate sensitivity so unpredictable?
Science, 318(5850):629–632.

Bony, S, Colman, R, Kattsov, V, Allan, R, Bretherton, C, Dufresne, J, Hall, A, Hallegatte, S, Holland, M, Ingram, W, and others (2006).
How well do we understand and evaluate climate change feedback processes?
Journal of Climate, 19(15):3445–3482.

Hope, C (2006).
The marginal impact of CO2 from PAGE2002: An integrated assessment model incorporating the IPCC's five reasons for concern
Integrated Assessment, 6(1):19–56.