Did you not RTFA? They had 3,146 responses from Earth scientists of whom 82% said yes to the anthropogenic climate change question, and "In our survey, the most specialized and knowledgeable respondents (with regard to climate change) are those who listed climate science as their area of expertise and who also have published more than 50% of their recent peer reviewed papers on the subject of climate change". Why are you making baseless claims about 'select few persons' and 'select few publications'? What's 'select' about it, apart from actually asking people who know the most about the subject rather than Johannesburg plumbers, Sydney waiters or slashdot posters?
Oh screw it. If you want to believe that when you survey climate scientists they magically overwhelmingly agree when in there is really secretly no consensus, that's up to you. If you want me or anyone else to believe that, bring your own data to support it.