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Nobel prize winner discusses climate change

April 17, 2009
Mining Journal
MARQUETTE - In 2000, scientists on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change stated that global warming over the last 50 years was most likely the result of an increase in greenhouse gas concentrations.

Alan Robock, a member of the IPCC, speaking to Northern Michigan University students and community members this week, said it's now very likely that humans caused the recent climate change.

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