Radiative forcing at high concentrations of well‐mixed greenhouse gases

@article{Byrne2014RadiativeFA,
  title={Radiative forcing at high concentrations of well‐mixed greenhouse gases},
  author={B. Byrne and C. Goldblatt},
  journal={Geophysical Research Letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={41},
  pages={152-160}
}
We present new calculations of radiative forcing at very high concentrations of CO2, CH4, and N2O, relevant to extreme anthropogenic climate change and paleoclimate studies. CO2 forcing is calculated over the range 100 ppmv to 50,000 ppmv, and the maximum forcing is 38.1 W m−2. CH4 and N2O forcings are calculated over the range 100 ppbv to 100 ppmv and give maximum forcings of 6.66 W m−2 and 22.3 W m−2. The sensitivity of our calculations to spatial averaging and tropopause definition is… Expand
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