, 2005: A slippery slope: How much global warming constitutes "dangerous anthropogenic interference"? An editorial essay. Climatic Change, 68, 269-279, doi:10.1007/s10584-005-4135-0.
Are we on a slippery slope now? Can human-made global warming cause ice sheet melting measured in meters of sea level rise, not centimeters, and can this occur in centuries, not millennia? Can the very inertia of the ice sheets, which protects us from rapid sea level change now, become our bêete noire as portions of the ice sheet begin to accelerate, making it practically impossible to avoid disaster for coastal regions?