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A) 70km, looking down CO2 = 280ppm No Clouds Total Irradiance = 280.873 W/m2 Ground T = 294.2K
B) 70km, looking down CO2 = 0 ppm No Clouds Total Irradiance = 307.563 W/m2 Ground T = 294.2 K
C) 70km, looking down CO2 = 375 ppm No Clouds Total Irradiance = 279.648 W/m2 Ground T = 294.2 K -To obtain I = 280.873 W/m2 temperature offset of.35C -T = 294.55
D) 70km, looking down CO2 = 800 ppm No Clouds Total Irradiance = 276.508 W/m2 Ground T = 294.2 K -To obtain I = 280.873 W/m2 temperature offset of 1.29C -T = 295.49 K
E) 0km, looking up CO2 = 280 ppm No Clouds Total Irradiance = 309.604 W/m2
F) 0km, looking up CO2 = 375 ppm No Clouds Total Irradiance = 310.420 W/m2 ∆T =.15 C
G) 0km, looking up CO2 = 375 ppm Cumulus near surface Total Irradiance = 391.244 W/m2 ∆T = 14.8 C
H) 0km, looking up CO2 = 375 ppm Cirrus: standard Total Irradiance = 313.309 W/m2 ∆T =.67 C
I) 0km, looking up CO2 = 800 ppm No Clouds Total Irradiance = 312.681 W/m2 ∆T =.556 C
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