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Forcing the Climate
Climate Forcing Radiative Forcing Non-Radiative Forcing Change in the Earth’s energy balance.
Radiative forcing 1.Greenhouse gas radiative forcing 2.Cloud radiative forcing 3.Aerosol radiative forcing 4.Solar radiative forcing 5.Other radiative forcing a. Albedo b. Heat
Non-radiative forcing 1.Ocean circulation 2.Atmospheric circulation 3.Orographic lift
Climate sensitivity It is a simple measure of the response of the climate system to a given climate forcing.
Linear versus Non lenear
Building a simple Climate Model. Some relevant data.
Heating of the Atmosphere
The Role of El Nino in Ocean Warming Since the 1950s Dr. Roy W. Spencer Principal Research Scientist The University of Alabama in Huntsville 8 July 2014.
Climate Forcing, Sensitivity and Feedback Processes.
Earth’s radiative balance or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the greenhouse effect If the Earth had no atmosphere: T T 4 = S / 4 (1 — A) T =
Global Warming and Climate Sensitivity Professor Dennis L. Hartmann Department of Atmospheric Sciences University of Washington Seattle, Washington.
1. Try to produce a flow chart from the text I read to you 2. Look at pages 208 to 209 of David Waugh and answer the following; a) Describe how the.
Weather World Geography Notes 1.5. Atmosphere Atmosphere is a thin layer of gases This protects the surface from Temperature extremes (acts as insulation)
Atmospheric Chemistry Global Warming. GasMole Percent N O Ar0.934 CO O3O3 1.0 x Composition of Atmosphere:
Evidence for Milankovitch theory (wikipedia!). Px272 Lect 3: Forcing and feedback Balance of solar incoming, and earth emitted outgoing radiation Increments.
EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURE OF THE EARTH SYSTEM First the Sun : 1. The spectrum of solar radiation measured outside the Earth’s atmosphere matches closely that.
Some climate principles. Illumination of the earth by the sun: 1. More heat received at the equator than at the poles 2. Solid earth receives more.
Evidence for Milankovitch theory (wikipedia!). Px272 Lect 3: Forcing and feedback.
Climate and the Ocean Main terms: heat capacity, thermal inertia, and thermal equilibrium.
Incoming Solar Energy What affects the amount of incoming solar energy?
Solar Energy & the Atmosphere
Pat Arnott, ATMS 749 Atmospheric Radiation Transfer ATMS 749 Atmospheric Radiation Transfer.
Atmosphere Structure & Compostion
Lecture 14 Climate Sensitivity, thermal inertia. Climate Sensitivity The change in equilibrium temperature per unit of radiative forcing.
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