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Role of Climate Change in Global Predictions of Future Tropospheric Ozone and Aerosols
[1] A unified tropospheric chemistry-aerosol model within the Goddard Institute for Space Studies general circulation model II' is applied to simulate an equilibrium CO 2 -forced climate in the yearExpand
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Will black carbon mitigation dampen aerosol indirect forcing
[1] If mitigation of black carbon (BC) particulate matter is accompanied by a decrease in particle number emissions, and thereby by a decrease in global cloud condensation nuclei (CCN)Expand
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Climatic effects of 1950-2050 changes in US anthropogenic aerosols - Part 2: Climate response
We investigate the climate response to changing US anthropogenic aerosol sources over the 1950–2050 period by using the NASA GISS general circulation model (GCM) and comparing to observed USExpand
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Modelling and mapping climate change impacts on permafrost at high spatial resolution for an Arctic region with complex terrain
Abstract. Most spatial modelling of climate change impacts on permafrost has been conducted at half-degree latitude/longitude or coarser spatial resolution. At such coarse resolution, topographicExpand
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Future climate impacts of direct radiative forcing of anthropogenic aerosols, tropospheric ozone, and long‐lived greenhouse gases
Long-lived greenhouse gases (GHGs) are the most important driver of climate change over the next century. Aerosols and tropospheric ozone (O_3) are expected to induce significant perturbations to theExpand
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Climatic effects of 1950–2050 changes in US anthropogenic aerosols – Part 1: Aerosol trends and radiative forcing
We calculate decadal aerosol direct and indi- rect (warm cloud) radiative forcings from US anthropogenic sources over the 1950-2050 period. Past and future aerosol distributions are constructed usingExpand
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Atmospheric chemistry-climate feedbacks
We extend the theory of climate feedbacks to include atmospheric chemistry. A change in temperature caused by a radiative forcing will include, in general, a contribution from the chemical changeExpand
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Partitioning CloudSat ice water content for comparison with upper tropospheric ice in global atmospheric models
[1] The ice cloud estimates in current global models exhibit significant inconsistency, resulting in a significant amount of uncertainties in climate forecasting. Vertically resolved ice waterExpand
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Global climate response to anthropogenic aerosol indirect effects: Present day and year 2100
Aerosol indirect effects (AIE) are a principal source of uncertainty in future climate predictions. The present study investigates the equilibrium response of the climate system to present-day andExpand
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