Comparing climate sensitivity, past and present
Climate sensitivity represents the global mean temperature change caused by changes in the radiative balance of climate; it is studied for both present/future (actuo) and past (paleo) climate variations, with the former based on instrumental records and/or various types of model simulations. Paleo-estimates are often considered informative for assessments of actuo-climate change caused by anthropogenic greenhouse forcing, but this utility remains debated because of concerns about the impacts of...[Show more]
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|Source:||Annual Review of Marine Science|
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|ROHLING et al Ann Rev Mar Sci-2017.pdf||6.06 MB||Adobe PDF|
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