Beyond equilibrium climate sensitivity

@inproceedings{Knutti2017BeyondEC,
  title={Beyond equilibrium climate sensitivity},
  author={Reto Knutti and Maria Rugenstein and Gabriele C. Hegerl},
  year={2017}
}
Climate sensitivity, the long-term warming due to doubled atmospheric CO2 levels, is estimated in the range of 1.5 °C to 4.5 °C. A synthesis of work reveals that whether the value falls at the high or low end, future emissions will have to be strongly limited. 

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