No surface cooling over Antarctica from the negative greenhouse effect associated with instantaneous quadrupling of CO2 concentrations

@inproceedings{Smith2018NoSC,
  title={No surface cooling over Antarctica from the negative greenhouse effect associated with instantaneous quadrupling of CO2 concentrations},
  author={Karen L. Smith and G. Chiodo and Michael Previdi and Lorenzo M. Polvani},
  year={2018}
}
Over the highest elevations of Antarctica, during many months of the year, air near the surface is colder than inmuch of the overlying atmosphere. This unique feature of theAntarctic atmosphere has been shown to result in a negative greenhouse effect and a negative instantaneous radiative forcing at the top of the atmosphere (RFTOA:INST), when carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations are increased, and it has been suggested that this effect might play some role in te recent cooling trends observed… CONTINUE READING

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