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Spectral signatures of climate change in the Earth ’ s infrared spectrum between 1970 and 2006

@inproceedings{Chen2007SpectralSO,
  title={Spectral signatures of climate change in the Earth ’ s infrared spectrum between 1970 and 2006},
  author={Claudine Chen and John E. Harries and Helen E. Brindley and Mark A. Ringer},
  year={2007}
}
Previously published work using satellite observations of the clear sky infrared emitted radiation by the Earth in 1970, 1997 and in 2003 showed the appearance of changes in the outgoing spectrum, which agreed with those expected from known changes in the concentrations of well-mixed greenhouse gases over this period. Thus, the greenhouse forcing of the Earth has been observed to change in response to these concentration changes. In the present work, this analysis is being extended to 2006… 
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