Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor Comments on "Open Letter to Ben Santer" Pricing Policy for Federal Research Data Comments on "Ope n Letter to due to the high-latitude enhancement of global warm- ing. Every scientist who disagreed with this conclu- Ben Santer" sion was automatically considered an ignorant person. I have just received and carefully read the Since statements concerning a "consensus" are still September 1996 issue of the Bulletin of the American frequent enough, I would like to ask their authors to Meteorological Society, and I find it very informative. please explain how science can develop on the basis I must confess, however, that I have been annoyed by of such a "consensus" (I believe that discussions and the "Open Letter to Ben Santer" and relevant attach- differences of opinion stimulate scientific thought). ments (BAMS 1996). I am one of those who have published the results I have contemplated hard on how it could have of numerous atmospheric greenhouse effect studies, happened that such material appeared in the Bulletin. and I started doing so some 50 years ago, at the What is going on in the field of global climate stud- very beginning of my scientific career (Kondratyev ies? The result is a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.4.689
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Abstract

Comments on "Open Letter to Ben Santer" Pricing Policy for Federal Research Data Comments on "Ope n Letter to due to the high-latitude enhancement of global warm- ing. Every scientist who disagreed with this conclu- Ben Santer" sion was automatically considered an ignorant person. I have just received and carefully read the Since statements concerning a "consensus" are still September 1996 issue of the Bulletin of the American frequent enough, I would like to ask their authors to Meteorological Society, and I find it very informative. please explain how science can develop on the basis I must confess, however, that I have been annoyed by of such a "consensus" (I believe that discussions and the "Open Letter to Ben Santer" and relevant attach- differences of opinion stimulate scientific thought). ments (BAMS 1996). I am one of those who have published the results I have contemplated hard on how it could have of numerous atmospheric greenhouse effect studies, happened that such material appeared in the Bulletin. and I started doing so some 50 years ago, at the What is going on in the field of global climate stud- very beginning of my scientific career (Kondratyev ies? The result is a

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 1997

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