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The son also rises

Nature volume 440, pages 597599 (30 March 2006) | Download Citation


The two Roger Pielkes can be obstructionist pains in the neck, say their colleagues. So why is this likeable father–son pair such a welcome addition to the debate on global climate change? Kendall Powell clears the air.

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  1. Kendall Powell is a freelance science writer based in Broomfield, Colorado.

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