FOR FURTHER READING
Biello, D., 2009a: “Climate Change Cover-up? You Better Believe It.” Observations, Scientific American Blog, November 24.
Biello, D., 2009b: Scientists respond to climategate e-mail controversy. Sci. Amer., December, 4.
Gillis, J., 2010: “British Panel Clears Scientists.” The New York Times, July 7.
Hulme, M., 2010: “The Year Climate Science Was Redefined.” The Guardian, November 16.
Kelemen, P., 2009: What East Anglia’s e-mails really tell us about climate change. Pop. Mech., December 18. [Available online at www.popularmechanics.com/science/environment/climate-change/4338343.]
Russell, M., , G. Boulton, , P. Clarke, , D. Eyton, , and J. Norton, 2010: The independent climate change e-mails review. Commissioned by University of East Anglia, 160 pp. (Available online at www.cce-review.org/pdf/final%20report.pdf.)
Stern, J. E., , and D. Elliott, 1997: The Ethics of Scientific Research: A Guidebook for Course Development. University Press of New England, 116 pp.