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In its final days, Bush admin released long-awaited studies

The Bush administration released the last of a series of major climate reports during its final days, after years of battling its critics, who claimed the documents were being suppressed to avoid U.S. engagement on global warming. The U.S. Climate Change Science Program posted the final five of 21 climate change Synthesis and Assessment Products on Jan. 16, the final business day for the Bush administration before President Barack Obama's inauguration.

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