Global and regional climate changes due to black carbon

@inproceedings{Ramanathan2008GlobalAR,
  title={Global and regional climate changes due to black carbon},
  author={Veerabhadran Ramanathan and Gregory R. Carmichael},
  year={2008}
}
Black carbon in soot is an efficient absorbing agent of solar irradiation that is preferentially emitted in the tropics and can form atmospheric brown clouds in mixture with other aerosols. These factors combine to make black carbon emissions the second most important contribution to anthropogenic climate warming, after carbon dioxide emissions. 

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