Global warming: a review of this mostly settled issue
- Charles F. KellerAffiliated withLos Alamos Branch of the University of California’s, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary PhysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory Email author
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Is the surface temperature record accurate or is it biased by heat from cities, etc.?
Is that record significantly different from past warmings such as the Medieval Warming Period?
Are human greenhouse gases changing the climate more than the sun?
Can we model climate and predict its future, or is it just too complex and chaotic?
Are there any other changes in climate other than warming, and can they be attributed to the warming?
KeywordsClimate Climate change Global warming Climate modeling Atmosphere Ocean Greenhouse gases Carbon dioxide Solar activity Environment Ecosystems
- Global warming: a review of this mostly settled issue
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- 1. Los Alamos Branch of the University of California’s, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Los Alamos, USA
- 2. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, USA