[Need a new source for peer-reviewed studies? Go here. Below is an explanation of what this post is about.]
About two years ago, 'C3 Headlines' was started as an effort to report on interesting reports and science regarding the non-CAGW view of climate change. Although it was not planned, we ended up reading many an article about specific peer-reviewed studies that disagreed with the IPCC global warming science claims, which often resulted in a C3 posting.
Over time and some 2,100 posts later, we got interested in how many peer-reviewed articles we actually referenced in our posts. We manually did a count, and to our amazement, we've referenced over 500 peer-reviewed studies that take issue with the IPCC science on climate change.
Unfortunately, conducting this count turned to be a ludicrously laborious exercise since we did not have the foresight to categorize those 'C3' postings as being based on a peer-reviewed study. So, while doing the count, we actually marked each of those 500+ older posts as peer-reviewed based.
Okay, what does all the above mean? For those bloggers or individuals seeking the original source of information regarding non-consensus global warming science, 'C3' has a new peer-reviewed category that lists all (past and future) C3 postings that reference peer-reviewed studies/research. Each posting has a link that will lead (directly or indirectly) the reader to the peer-reviewed study source. This new C3 category link can be found near the bottom of each C3 web page, where all category links are located.