• Donner, S.D., C. J. Kucharik, and M. Oppenheimer, “The Influence of Climate on In-stream Removal of Nitrogen,” Geophys. Res. Letters, 31, L20509, doi:10.1029/2004GL020477.
  • Keller, K., S.-R. Kim, J. Baehr, D. F. Bradford, and M. Oppenheimer, “What is the economic value of information about climate thresholds? In review as a chapter in: Integrated Assessment of Human Induced Climate Change, Chief Editor: Michael Schlesinger, 2004.
  • Keller, K., M. Hall, S.-R. Kim, D. F. Bradford, and M. Oppenheimer, “Avoiding dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system,” Climatic Change, (in the press) 2004.
  • Keller, K., B. M. Bolker, and D. F. Bradford, “Uncertain climate thresholds and economic optimal growth,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 48, 723-741, 2004.
  • Keller, K., D.-H. Min, and R.M. Key, “Detecting decadal-scale oxygen trends in the Southern Ocean,” EOS Trans. AGU, 84(52), 2004 Ocean Sci. Meet. Suppl., OS21N-05 (2004).
  • Kim, S.-R., K. Keller, and D. F. Bradford, “Optimal Technological Portfolios for Climate-Change Policy under Uncertainty,” paper presented at the 10th International Conference of the Society for Computational Economics, July 8-10, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2004.
  • Mauzerall, Denise L., Babar Sultan, Namsoug Kim and David F. Bradford NOx Emissions: Variability in Ozone Production, Resulting Health Damages and Economic Costs, to be submitted to Atmospheric Environment.
  • Min, D.-H., K. Keller, and R.M. Key, “Detecting decadal-scale oxygen trends in the Southern Ocean,” Proc. of The 11th Seoul International Symposium on Polar Sciences, Patterns and Processes in Polar Oceans and Life, Signals and Responses from Molecules to System, 8-9 September, 2004
  • Min D.-H and K. Keller, “Errors in estimated temporal tracer trends due to changes in the historical observation network: A case study of oxygen trends in the Southern Ocean,” Ocean and Polar Research, in review, 2004.
  • Min, D.-H., K. Keller, “How robust are estimated decadal-scale trends in dissolved oxygen concentrations in the Southern Ocean with respect to methodological assumptions?,” EOS Trans. AGU, 84(52), 2004 Ocean Sci. Meet. Suppl., OS21E-05 2004.
  • Ming, Yi, Lynn M. Russell and David F. Bradford, “Do Health and Climate Conflict in Determining Sulfur Control?,” to be submitted to Geophysical Review.
  • Moles, Carmen G., Julio R. Banga, and Klaus Keller, “Solving nonconvex climate control problems: Pitfalls and algorithm performances,” Applied Soft Computing, 5 (1), 35-44 (2004).
  • O’Neill, B.C., and M. Oppenheimer, “Climate Change Impacts Sensitive to Path to Stabilization,” Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 101, 16411-16416, 2004.
  • Oppenheimer, M., and R.B. Alley, “The West Antarctic Ice Sheet and Long Term Climate Policy ,” Climatic Change, 64, 1-10.
  • Oppenheimer, M., and A. Petsonk, Article 2 of the UNFCCC: Historical Origins, Recent Interpretations, submitted to Climatic Change, February 2004 (in press)
  • Oppenheimer, M., Book Review: The Discovery of Global Warming, J. Environmental Hist., 9, 327-8.
  • Oppenheimer, M. and R.B. Alley, “Ice Sheets, Global Warming, and Article 2 of the UNFCCC,” Climatic Change, (in press).
  • Oppenheimer, M., K.Keller, M. Hall, S.-R. Kim, and D. F. Bradford, “Avoiding Dangerous Anthropogenic Interference with the Climate System,” Climatic Change, 2004 (in press).
  • Oppenheimer, M., and K. Keller, S-R Kim, J. Baehr, and D. F. Bradford, “What is the Economic Value of Information about Climate Thresholds?,” Integrated Assessment of Human-Induced Climate Change, M. Schlesinger, ed., submitted October 14, 2004.
  • Oppenheimer, M., “Defining Dangerous Anthropogenic Interference: The Role of Science, the Limits of Science,” prepared for the Workshop Perspectives on Dangerous Climate Change, Tyndall Centre, Norwich, UK, 28 June 2004.
  • Oppenheimer, M., “Reinvigorating the Kyoto System and Beyond: Maintaining the Fundamental Architecture, Meeting Long-Term Goals,” prepared for Leaders’ Summit on Post-Kyoto Architecture: Toward an L20?, Council on Foreign Relations, September 20-21, 2004.
  • Pacala, S. and R. Socolow, “Stabilization Wedges: Solving the Climate Problem for the Next 50 Years with Current Technologies,” Science, Vol. 305, Issue 5686, pp. 968-972, August 13, 2004.
  • Socolow, Robert, Roberta Hotinski, Jeffery B. Greenblatt, and Stephen Pacala, “Solving the Climate Problem: Technologies Available to Curb CO2 Emissions,” Environment, Vol. 46, No. 10, pp. 8-19, December 2004.
  • Socolow, Robert (contributor), The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities, Costs, Barriers, and R&D Needs, Board on Energy and Environmental Systems, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 2004.
  • Socolow, Robert, Stephen Pacala, and Jeffery Greenblatt, “Wedges: Early Mitigation with Familiar Technology,” Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, (GHGT-7), September 5-9, 2004, Vancouver, BC, Canada.