Increasing Carbon Dioxide Concentrations and Climate: The Transient Response View Full Text


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DATE

1983

AUTHORS

Martin I. Hoffert , Paul A. Michael

ABSTRACT

The chapter by Gilchrist in this volume has dealt with the equilibrium response of the climate system to specified increases in atmospheric CO2 concentration. In reality, of course, the CO2 concentration is a changing function of time and an equilibrium response is never likely to be realized. In this chapter, therefore, we consider how the system might respond under the influence of time-dependent, or transient, climatic forcing. In particular we examine the role that the oceans are expected to play in delaying the attainment of a given level of warming in the atmosphere. More... »

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259-279

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-6998-8_8

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