Measuring the Human Impact on Climate Change: The Hockey Stick Graph

The name evokes scenes of hockey players skating on ice, but the so-called “hockey stick graph” is really about the human impact on global warming. USC Dornsife climate scientist Julien Emile-Geay explains how he and other climate scientists worked together…

Measuring the Human Impact on Climate Change: The Hockey Stick Graph

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The name evokes scenes of hockey players skating on ice, but the so-called “hockey stick graph” is really about the human impact on global warming. USC Dornsife climate scientist Julien Emile-Geay explains how he and other climate scientists worked together to check the data in the hockey stick graph. Their findings appear in the journals Nature and Nature Geoscience.

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