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Oregon State Climatologist

Faculty Member, Oregon State University's College of Oceanic and Atmospheric SciencesAdvisory Board Member, Center for the Study of CO2 and Global Change

George H. Taylor is the State Climatologist for Oregon, and a faculty member at Oregon State University's College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences. He manages the Oregon Climate Service, the state repository of weather and climate information


Key Quotes

May 2nd, 2007

"Most of the climate change we`ve seen up until now has been as a result of natural variations."
Source:CNN, Glenn Beck special "Exposed: The Climate of Fear," May 2, 2007


May 2nd, 2007

"Being skeptical about the effects of human-caused greenhouse gases on global climate variations can threaten one`s long-term job security."
Source:CNN, Glenn Beck special "Exposed: The Climate of Fear," May 2, 2007




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January 19th, 2005

"I definitely don't recommend making huge societal changes" based on what may or may not happen, he said.He said the cost for the United States to join the Kyoto Protocol, a group of countries that have agreed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, would cut temperatures only by a fraction of a degree and be economically devastating.
Source:The News-Review 01/19/05


Key Deeds

May 2nd, 2007

Appeared on Glenn Beck's May 2, 2007 special "Exposed: The Climate of Fear"
Source:CNN, Glenn Beck special "Exposed: The Climate of Fear," May 2, 2007




Deeds

November 16th, 2004

Co-signer of November 2004 letter to Sen. McCain from the Maine Institute arguing that science is not clear on global warming's effect on Arctic climate.
Source:Maine Institute McCain Letter 11/16/04


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Organizations

Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change
Science and Policy Advisory Board Member
Source:Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change website 4/04


Tech Central Science Foundation or Tech Central Station
Science Roundtable Member
Source:Tech Central Station Bio - Taylor


Heartland Institute
HeartlandGlobalWarming.org expert
Source:Heartland Institute - HeartlandGlobalWarming.org

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