Papers Directory, Second Quarter 2022 Update
- Jul 3, 2022 3:02 pm GMT
This document contains links to all of the major / educational papers I have written and posted to Energy Central. I originally posted this document at the end of 2018. This quarterly update is at the end of the second quarter (June) of 2022.
Note that I formatted each paper's (or series’) title as a heading for a subsection below that contains the paper/series description and link to the paper on the Energy Central Website. This is so that the title also appears in this document's table of contents and can be quickly accessed as described below. Each section contains papers from the subject’s title, and this title is also linked to the table of contents.
The source document for this list is in Microsoft Word format. This supports automatic heading titles and at any time Word can automatically create or update the table of contents (TOC). Then the entries in that TOC are automatically linked to the actual section and subsection headings. I convert this list to a PDF (Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format) to distribute, and this capability persists. Thus from this PDF, you can click on the document title in the TOC, and you will be taken to the heading for the linked category, paper or series.
One other comment: note that, under each category (like section 2, "Climate Change Impacts & Mitigation" immediately below), the documents are listed in chronological order. Thus I posted the paper or series in section 2.1 most recently, the document/ series in section 2.2 before that, and so on. The last paper in section 2 ("Unintended Consequences") is the oldest, and was posted in October 2018. I also might update important papers, in which case they move to the front of the line, and become "…Rev a" (or Rev b or whatever).
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