It has 170 articles, not all of which are directly relevant. But a great many are.
Any of us would have to do literature searches to find a good sample of what's available. Most climatologists are not inclined to do this for the casual reader, who is perfectly able to do it themselves, and may not be inclined to spend as much time reading as it took to compile the list. Besides, by the time I finished putting one together, it would be obsolete.
I suggest you get a copy of Michael Mann's "The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches from the Front Lines." Find the appropriate chapter and type each sentence, one at a time into Google Scholar. From each run, pick four or five papers that seem to bear on your questions and read them. Then do the same with the next sentence. By the time you finish, you'll know more about human causes of global warming than some climatologists.