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Sampling bias does not exaggerate climate–conflict claims

Levy, Marc A.

This correspondence is a response to Courtland Adams, Tobias Ide, Jon Barnett & Adrien Detges (2018), "Sampling bias in climate–conflict research" Nature Climate Change 8 (200–203) doi:10.1038/s41558-018-0068-2. Adams et al argue that claims regarding climate-conflict links are overstated because of sampling bias. However, this conclusion rests on logical fallacies and conceptual misunderstanding. There is some sampling bias, but it does not have the claimed effect.

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Nature Climate Change
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https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-018-0170-5

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June 14, 2018
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