The role of long-lived greenhouse gases as principal LW control knob that governs the global surface temperature for past and future climate change

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
The role of long-lived greenhouse gases as principal LW control knob that governs the global surface temperature for past and future climate change
Author(s)
Lacis A, Hansen J, Russell G, Oinas V, Jonas J
Publication Title
TELLUS SERIES B-CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL METEOROLOGY
Publication Title (abbreviated)
TELLUS B
Publication Date
2013
DOI
10.3402/tellusb.v65i0.19734
ISSN
0280-6509
Volume
65
Page Count
25
Article Number
19734
Keyword(s)
Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences, carbon dioxide, greenhouse effect, radiative forcing, climate change, global warming, WATER-VAPOR, RELATIVE-HUMIDITY, MOUNT-PINATUBO, ATMOSPHERE, MODEL, ABSORPTION, FEEDBACK, ERUPTION, SYSTEM
Citation
Lacis A, Hansen J, Russell G, Oinas V, Jonas J. The role of long-lived greenhouse gases as principal LW control knob that governs the global surface temperature for past and future climate change. TELLUS B. 2013;65 25.
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