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FAQ 2.1, Figure 2. Summary of the principal components of the radiativ...

FAQ 2.1, Figure 2. Summary of the principal components of the radiative forcing of climate change. All these radiative forcings result from one or more factors that affect climate and are associated with human activities or natural processes


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Figure 2.21. Components of RF for emissions of principal gases, aeroso...

Figure 2.21. Components of RF for emissions of principal gases, aerosols and aerosol precursors and other changes. Values represent RF in 2005 due to emissions and changes since 1750.


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Carbon Isotopes, Part 2: The Delta Notation

Carbon Isotopes, Part 2: The Delta Notation


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Figure 2.20. (A) Global mean RFs from the agents and mechanisms discus...

Figure 2.20. (A) Global mean RFs from the agents and mechanisms discussed in this chapter, grouped by agent type.


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Figure 9.20 Estimates for Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity

Figure 9.20 Estimates for Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity


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Figure 4.8. Sea ice extent anomalies (computed relative to the mean of...

Figure 4.8. Sea ice extent anomalies (computed relative to the mean of the entire period) for (a) the NH and (b) the SH, based on passive microwave satellite data


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Figure 2.1. Diagram illustrating how RF is linked to other aspects of ...

Figure 2.1. Diagram illustrating how RF is linked to other aspects of climate change assessed by the IPCC.


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Figure 2.23. Globally and annually averaged temporal evolution of the ...

Figure 2.23. Globally and annually averaged temporal evolution of the instantaneous all-sky RF (bottom panel) and surface forcing (top panel) due to various agents, as simulated in the MIROC+SPRINTARS model (Nozawa et al., 2005; Takemura et al., 2005).


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Figure 5.14. Variations in global mean sea level (difference to the me...

Figure 5.14. Variations in global mean sea level (difference to the mean 1993 to mid-2001) computed from satellite altimetry from January 1993 to October 2005, averaged over 65°S to 65°N


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Figure 6.10. Records of NH temperature variation during the last 1.3 k...

Figure 6.10. Records of NH temperature variation during the last 1.3 kyr


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"Burning Embers Diagram" from IPCC Third Assessment Report, 2001

"Burning Embers Diagram" from IPCC Third Assessment Report, 2001


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Figure 6.4. The concentrations and radiative forcing by (a) CO2, (b) C...

Figure 6.4. The concentrations and radiative forcing by (a) CO2, (b) CH4 and (c) nitrous oxide (N2O), and (d) the rate of change in their combined radiative forcing over the last 20 kyr reconstructed from antarctic and Greenland ice and firn data (symbols) and direct atmospheric measurements (red an...


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Figure 9.4. Contribution of external forcing to several high-variance ...

Figure 9.4. Contribution of external forcing to several high-variance reconstructions of NH temperature anomalies


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By Martin A couple of years ago I wrote a short paper ( here in PDF ...

By Martin A couple of years ago I wrote a short paper ( here in PDF ) with Mike Hulme discussing the evolution of the IPCC's (Intergover...


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Figure 10.1. Several steps from emissions to climate response contribu...

Figure 10.1. Several steps from emissions to climate response contribute to the overall uncertainty of a climate model projection.


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Figure 8.4. Root-mean-square (RMS) model error, as a function of latit...

Figure 8.4. Root-mean-square (RMS) model error, as a function of latitude, in simulation of (a) outgoing SW radiation reflected to space and (b) outgoing LW radiation


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Growth in Carbon Emission by source

Growth in Carbon Emission by source


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Figure 8.11. Normalised RMS error in simulation of climatological patt...

Figure 8.11. Normalised RMS error in simulation of climatological patterns of monthly precipitation, mean sea level pressure and surface air temperature


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Figure 4.15. Cumulative mean specific mass balances (a) and cumulative...

Figure 4.15. Cumulative mean specific mass balances (a) and cumulative total mass balances (b) of glaciers and ice caps, calculated for large regions (Dyurgerov and Meier, 2005).


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Figure TS.26. Model projections of global mean warming compared to obs...

Figure TS.26. Model projections of global mean warming compared to observed warming. Observed temperature anomalies, as in Figure TS.6, are shown as annual (black dots) and decadal average values (black line). Projected trends and their ranges from the IPCC First (FAR) and Second (SAR) Assessment Re...


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Global Temperature projections relative to 1800-1900

Global Temperature projections relative to 1800-1900


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CO2-5-16

CO2-5-16


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