Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast

@inproceedings{Archer2011GlobalWU,
  title={Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast},
  author={D. Archer},
  year={2011}
}
List of Online Models. Preface. 1. Introduction: Humankind and Climate. Part I: The Greenhouse Effect:. 2. Blackbody Radiation. 3. The Layer Model. 4. Greenhouse Gases. 5. Temperature Structure of the Atmosphere. 6. Heat, Winds, and Currents. 7. Feedbacks. Part II: The Carbon Cycle:. 8. Carbon on Earth. 9. Fossil Fuels. 10. The Perturbed Carbon Cycle. Part III: The Forecast:. 11. Is it Reliable?. 12. The Forecast. 13. Decisions, Decisions. Glossary. Index 
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