Selected articles at other locations

The Maunder Minimum and Climate Change: Have Historical Records Aided Current Research?

"We (the authors) discuss how, in the 1970's, Eddy took clues from the historical researches of Spörer and Maunder in the 19th century to draw attention to the virtual absence of sunspot activity between 1645 and 1715. This ``Maunder Minimum'' is not only of interest to solar physicists in the context of the theory of solar magnetic activity, and to stellar astrophysicists working on the properties of cool stars, but may also be a vital clue to the influence of the variability of the Sun's power output on terrestrial climate."
Interview with Jack Eddy, April 21, 1999

The Jack Eddy whose paper on the "Maunder Minimum" is discussed in the article at the previous link.
Be ready for some surprises.
Paul Damon, "online" electronic mail interview, October 29, 1998

Early practitioners of carbon 14 dating, like early practioners of many other technologies and/or applied sciences, jumped to various erroneous conclusions (even without the help of computer models).
"Online" electronic mail interview with Raymond S. Bradley, 9/30/2000

Bradley was, among other things, a co-author of Michael Mann's "Hockey Stick" papers.
Dynamics of Climatic and Geophysical Indices

by Prof. Leonid B. Klyashtorin
Federal Institute for Fisheries and Oceanography Moscow

A very brief, somewhat technical, introduction to some climatic correlations that might be unfamiliar to many.
Statement to US House of Representatives Committee on Science by
Richard Lindzen on March 6, 1996

Statement to US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works by
Richard Lindzen on July 10, 1997
Climatic Change and Witch-Hunting
The Impact of the Little Ice Age on Mentalities
by Wolfgang Behringer

Severe weather leading to repeated crop failures induced some people to promote, and other people to accept, accusations of witchcraft.

From Shakespeare to Defoe: Malaria in England in the Little Ice Age
by Paul Reiter
(US) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, San Juan, Puerto Rico