Increased insolation threshold for runaway greenhouse processes on Earth-like planets

@article{Leconte2013IncreasedIT,
  title={Increased insolation threshold for runaway greenhouse processes on Earth-like planets},
  author={J. Leconte and F. Forget and B. Charnay and R. Wordsworth and A. Pottier},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2013},
  volume={504},
  pages={268-271}
}
The increase in solar luminosity over geological timescales should warm the Earth’s climate, increasing water evaporation, which will in turn enhance the atmospheric greenhouse effect. Above a certain critical insolation, this destabilizing greenhouse feedback can ‘run away’ until the oceans have completely evaporated. Through increases in stratospheric humidity, warming may also cause evaporative loss of the oceans to space before the runaway greenhouse state occurs. The critical insolation… Expand
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