Smithsonian Institution Archives:
NMNH (National Museum of Natural History) Office of Exhibits, Special Exhibition Records, 1981-2002 (Accession 08-068), re. Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast exhibition.
NMNH Office of Exhibits, Special Exhibition Records, 1991-1997 (Accession 02-247), re. Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast exhibition.
NMAH (National Museum of American History) Division of Political History, Exhibition Records, 1984–2015 (SIA Acc. 19-099), re. Science in American Life.
NMAH Office of Public Services, Exhibition Records, 1980–1995 (Accession 96-158), re. Science in American Life.
NMAH Division of Engineering and Industry, Exhibition Records (Accession 95-101), re. Science in American Life.
NMAH Division of Information Technology and Society, Hands On Science Center Records, 1984-2004 (Accession 08-026), re. Science in American Life.
NMAH Division of Medicine and Science, Exhibition Records (Accession 18-204), re. Oil from the Arctic exhibition.
NMAH Division of the History of Technology, Exhibition Records, 1989-2000 (Accession 00-095), re. Oil from the Arctic exhibition.
NMAH Department of the History of Science and Technology (Accession 17-299), re. the Hall of Petroleum.
Smithsonian Institution, Office of the Secretary, Administrative Records, 1997 (Accession 00-022), re. Oil from the Arctic exhibition.
Smithsonian Institution, Office of the Secretary, Administrative Records, 1998 (Accession 01-084), re. Oil from the Arctic exhibition.
Smithsonian Institution. Office of International Relations, Administrative Records, 1972-2014 (Accession 15-218), re. climate change research.
Smithsonian Productions, 1979–2001 (Accession 14-205), esp. Science in American Life (Video recording : c. 1992).
American Museum of Natural History Archives:
Changing Climate, Changing World (install and travel versions, 2008), EXH.018 L-1732.
Climate Change: the Threat to Life and a New Energy Future. EXH.018.
Departmental Records, 101, re. Climate Change: The Threat to Life and a New Energy Future exhibition.
Global Warming (video recordings), EXH.037.
Global Warming exhibition photographic slides, 1992, PSC 62.
Harvard University Library, Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives
Papers of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
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