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DATE

2013-11-10

AUTHORS

Felix Pretis, Myles Allen

ABSTRACT

Global temperature rise since industrialization has not been uniform. A statistical analysis suggests that past changes in the rate of warming can be directly attributed to human influences, from economic downturns to the regulations of the Montreal Protocol.

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992-993

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ngeo2015

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