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A CRITIQUE OF THE ANTHROPOGENIC GLOBAL WARMING HYPOTHESIS FROM A TIME-SPACE PERSPECTIVE

@inproceedings{Lorin2013ACO,
  title={A CRITIQUE OF THE ANTHROPOGENIC GLOBAL WARMING HYPOTHESIS FROM A TIME-SPACE PERSPECTIVE},
  author={Lorin and ConTESCU},
  year={2013}
}
The paper reviews the climatic changes that took place during the Quaternary, in particular those of the Holocene, including the historical time. The role of carbon dioxide, as a greenhouse gas, is emphasized since it is an important factor influencing the global climate. During the last century, a non-negligible increase in the atmospheric concentration of CO2 brought about a rise in global temperature attributed by many scientists to a man-made cause and labeled “anthropogenic global warming… 

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