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United States Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - October 2020

Ami Nacu-Schmidt, Max Boykoff, Meaghan Daly & Marisa McNatt
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 120 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 54 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) aerobraking densities

Jeffrey M. Forbes & Sean Bruinsma

New Zealand Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - August 2020

Ami Nacu-Schmidt, Patrick Chandler, Max Boykoff & David Oonk
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 120 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 54 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

International Wire Services Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2004-2020 - September 2020

Andrew Benham, Max Boykoff, Marisa McNatt, Ami Nacu-Schmidt & Meaghan Daly
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 120 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 54 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

Media and Climate Change Observatory Monthly Summary: Nioghalvfjerdsfjorden - Issue 45, September 2020

Max Boykoff, Olivia Pearman, Ami Nacu-Schmidt, Jennifer Katzung & Presley Church
September 2020 saw print media coverage of climate change or global warming increase, up 46% from the previous month of August 2020. Political, economic, ecological, meteorological, cultural and scientific stories all contributed to this September rebound from many months of low levels of coverage since the coronavirus pandemic struck. That said, September 2020 coverage was still down 37% from the levels of coverage a year earlier (September 2019). Figure 1 shows trends in newspaper media...

United Kingdom Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - November 2020

David Oonk, Ami Nacu-Schmidt, Patrick Chandler & Max Boykoff
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 120 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 54 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

World Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2004-2020 - June 2020

Ami Nacu-Schmidt, Patrick Chandler, Max Boykoff, Andrew Benham, Olivia Pearman, Jeremiah Osborne-Gowey, David Oonk, Anne Hege Simonsen, Erin Hawley, Kaori Doi, Andreas Ytterstad, Lucy McAllister, Midori Aoyagi, Rogelio Fernández-Reyes, Meaghan Daly & Gabi Mocatta
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 117 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 53 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

Data from \"2020 State of Open at the University of Colorado Boulder\" Report

Andrew Johnson, Ryan Caillet & Melissa Cantrell
Data from the "2020 State of Open at the University of Colorado Boulder" report, including CSV files containing data about all articles published in full open access (OA) journals by University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) authors in 2019, all articles funded by the CU Boulder Libraries Open Access Fund from 2013 to 2019, and all published data sets reported by CU Boulder faculty members in the Faculty Report of Professional Activities from 2014 to...

United Kingdom Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - June 2020

Ami Nacu-Schmidt, Patrick Chandler, Max Boykoff & David Oonk
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 117 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 53 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

MAVEN/IUVS UV derived Temperature disturbance Stellar occultation Data

Hiromu Nakagawa, Sonal Jain & Nicholas M. Schneider

CMIP3 Zonal Velocity Volumes Near the Equator (3°S–3°N, 160°E–80°W, 0–400 m)

Kristopher Karnauskas
ROGER was an NSF-funded project from 2012–2016 (OCE–1233282 and OCE–1232971). This page provides access to the data analyzed in the following publication: Karnauskas, K. B., J. Jakoboski, T. M. S. Johnston, W. B. Owens, D. L. Rudnick, and R. E. Todd (2020) The Pacific Equatorial Undercurrent in Three Generations of Global Climate Models and Glider Observations. J. Geophys. Res.–Oceans, in revision. As described in the paper, all CMIP3, CMIP5 and CMIP6 global climate model outputs...

US Television Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - May 2020

Lauren Gifford, Max Boykoff, Jeremiah Osborne-Gowey & Ami Nacu-Schmidt
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 120 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 55 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

CMIP6 Salinity Sections Along 93°W (3°S–3°N, 0–500 m)

Kristopher Karnauskas
This data set is part of the larger Repeat Observations by Gliders in the Equatorial Region (ROGER) data set available here: https://doi.org/10.25810/pk4z-n050. ROGER was an NSF-funded project from 2012–2016 (OCE–1233282 and OCE–1232971). This page provides access to the data analyzed in the following publication: Karnauskas, K. B., J. Jakoboski, T. M. S. Johnston, W. B. Owens, D. L. Rudnick, and R. E. Todd (2020) The Pacific Equatorial Undercurrent in Three Generations of Global Climate Models...

North American Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - June 2020

Ami Nacu-Schmidt, Max Boykoff, Marisa McNatt & Meaghan Daly
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 117 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 53 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

Norwegian Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - June 2020

Anne Hege Simonsen & Andreas Ytterstad
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 117 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 53 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

New Zealand Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - September 2020

David Oonk, Max Boykoff, Patrick Chandler & Ami Nacu-Schmidt
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 120 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 54 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

United States Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2000-2020 - September 2020

Max Boykoff, Marisa McNatt, Ami Nacu-Schmidt & Meaghan Daly
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 120 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 54 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

African Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2004-2020 - September 2020

David Oonk, Max Boykoff, Marisa McNatt, Ami Nacu-Schmidt, Meaghan Daly, Jeremiah Osborne-Gowey, Rogelio Fernández-Reyes & Patrick Chandler
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 120 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 54 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://mecco.colorado.edu.

Australia Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2004-2018 - July 2018

Max Boykoff, Meaghan Daly, Lucy McAllister, Marisa McNatt, Ami Nacu-Schmidt, David Oonk & Olivia Pearman
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 74 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 38 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://sciencepolicy.colorado.edu/icecaps/research/media_coverage/index.html. These data include Excel (.xlsx), CSV (.csv), and plain-text README files (.txt).

Canadian Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2004-2018 - July 2018

Max Boykoff, Meaghan Daly, Lucy McAllister, Marisa McNatt, Ami Nacu-Schmidt, David Oonk & Olivia Pearman
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 74 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 38 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://sciencepolicy.colorado.edu/icecaps/research/media_coverage/index.html. These data include Excel (.xlsx), CSV (.csv), and plain-text README files (.txt).

Language Acquisition and the 'Dative Alternation'

Erin Shay
What do give and tell have that donate and say haven't got? The former verbs to dativize, i.e., take the structure S V IO O, while the latter verbs do not. Most attempts to discover the qualities that set dativizing verbs apart from other verbs assume that there is a special link between the dative structure and the prepositional structure S V O PREP IO; that the dative structure is acquired separately from other structures;...

Education Reform and Language Politics in the Coroico Municipality of the Nor Yungas of Bolivia

Victoria Stockton
Aymara, one of four national national languages in Bolivia, has become endangered within the past generation in the Coroico municipality. Top-down education reforms implemented in 1994 have adopted a language-as-resource orientation to alleviate the degradation of Bolivia’s indigenous languages. Bottom-up grassroots movements nationwide reveal a tenuous shift away from colonial-era language attitudes. The gap between the language policy of Bolivia, as enacted by the Education Reform, and the practice of that policy at the grassroots...

Naming Things for Children: The Basic Level Is Not Ad Hoc

Valerie Wallace Ross
Some think that naming matters, others think it is less important. To young children, however, naming is crucial. In particular, the naming of things by their parents is crucial. Names (words) that the children make up themselves tend to be not as well, and certainly not as widely, understood. Children rely on their parents for naming that is both sufficiently understandable and sufficiently consistent that the child can learn from it. This paper addresses a...

Mora-Based Temporal Adjustments in Japanese

Yoshiteru Asano
This study looks for evidence of mora timing in Japanese from a phonetic point of view. Partly replicating an experiment by Port et al. 1987, the current study posits several hypotheses which support a less strict version of the mora hypothesis. Key points of those hypotheses are: (1) word duration is controlled by mora-based timing; but (2) temporal compensation in segments, to keep the word duration equal in respect to the number of moras, can...

Indian Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change or Global Warming, 2004-2018 - May 2018

Max Boykoff, Meaghan Daly, Lucy McAllister, Marisa McNatt, Ami Nacu-Schmidt, David Oonk & Olivia Pearman
The Media and Climate Change Observatory Data monitors 74 sources (across newspapers, radio and TV) in 38 countries in seven different regions around the world. Data is assembled by accessing archives through the Lexis Nexis, Proquest and Factiva databases via the University of Colorado libraries. More information may be found at: http://sciencepolicy.colorado.edu/icecaps/research/media_coverage/index.html. These data include Excel (.xlsx), CSV (.csv), and plain-text README files (.txt).

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