Energy budget constraints on climate response

@inproceedings{Otto2013EnergyBC,
  title={Energy budget constraints on climate response},
  author={Alexander Otto and Friederike E. L. Otto and Olivier Boucher and John A. Church and Gabi Hegerl and Piers M. Forster and Nathan P. Gillett and Jonathan Mark Gregory and Gregory C. Johnson and Reto Knutti and Nicholas Lewis and Ulrike Lohmann and Jochem Marotzke and Gunnar Myhre and Drew Shindell and Bjoern Stevens and Myles Allen},
  year={2013}
}
To the Editor — The rate of global mean warming has been lower over the past decade than previously. It has been argued1–5 that this observation might require a downwards revision of estimates of equilibrium climate sensitivity, that is, the long-term (equilibrium) temperature response to a doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Using up-to-date data on radiative forcing, global mean surface temperature and total heat uptake in the Earth system, we find that the global energy budget6… CONTINUE READING

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