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1: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 45
questions of sampling and "heat island" effects that need to be addressed. [Andrew Lacis] 9-307... farther on. that can be drawn. [Andrew Lacis] 9-308 A 11:13 11:13 D&A may be exciting to... and climate change modeling approaches. process. [Andrew Lacis] 9-312 A 11:27 11:27 Again, in fact
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2: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 2. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 36
quantitative changes in greenhouse gases. [Andrew Lacis] 2-205 A 3:36 3:36 What is 'its RF effect... of increase should be expressed over some relevant time frame. 1958. [Andrew Lacis] 2-209 A 3... quite large for large eruptions on short time scales. What about asteroid impacts? [Andrew Lacis
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3: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 6. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 211
Assessment Report Page:line No. Batch From To Comment Notes [Andrew Lacis] 6-1703 A 65:47 65:47 I... driven by solar forcing'). [Andrew Lacis] 6-1706 A 65:52 65:54 The sentence: "Since proxies indicate... is implied by the (somewhat uncertain) paleodata. [Andrew Lacis] 6-1710 A 66:3 66:3 Change "is
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4: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 1. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 110
. [Andrew Lacis] 1-760 A 40:1 40:57 In terms of its practical impact, the atmospheric greenhouse effect... layers within the deeper atmosphere. [Andrew Lacis] 1-761 A 40:1 40:57 For global energy balance... atmosphere is about 33 K. [Andrew Lacis] 1-762 A 40:1 40:57 The strength of the atmospheric greenhouse
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5: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 2. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 63
.) [Andrew Lacis] 2-391 A 7:51 7:51 Hansen et al show that while the feedback efficiencies.... [Andrew Lacis] 2-392 A 7:52 7:52 This is a poor figure with which to illustrate climate change processes... climate change forcing is a question. [Andrew Lacis] 2-393 A 7:52 7:53 Whether some radiative
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6: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 2. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 56
Assessment Report Page:line No. Batch From To Comment Notes constituents. [Andrew Lacis] 2-351 A 6... likely to follow the pattern of aerosol uncertainties. [Andrew Lacis] 2-353 A 6:16 Delete LLGHGs... impact their RF. agents. Will revise. [Andrew Lacis] 2-355 A 6:17 Delete LLGHGs and state which
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7: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 2. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 60
) is actually several degrees colder than it is during July. [Andrew Lacis] 2-378 A 7:36 7:37 All... feedbacks need to be shut down or constrained so as to avoid feedback contamination. [Andrew Lacis... though [Andrew Lacis] 2-381 A 7:43 line 43 ff Here or very close to here a reason should be given
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8: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 6. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 198
feedbacks. feedbacks. See also 6-1571 [Andrew Lacis] 6-1580 A 38:20 38:20 Rather than making such a bald... biogeochemical cycles are mainly repsonsible for it. Box 6.2 that the changes in CO2 are [Andrew Lacis... Alaska does today) and hence may have been relatively dark (as the Malaspino glacier is). [Andrew
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9: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 2. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 44
. [Andrew Lacis] 2-275 A 4:35 37: The effect of stratospheric ozone loss on tropospheric ozone at... progress that needs to be made beyond what is understood at the time of the current report". [Andrew Lacis] 2-274 A 4:31 4:31 Comments like "medium level of scientific understanding" or "low level
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10: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Papers; IPCC Fourth Assessment Report Papers: Working Group I, The Physical Science Basis of Climate Change, 2005-2007; Expert Review Comments on First-Order Draft, Chapter 2. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 67
the applied forcing. [Andrew Lacis] 2-413 A 8:20 8:20 Fa should read Fa (with the a subscripted) and... Delta-T-zero, the feedbacks are negative. [Andrew Lacis] 2-415 A 8:25 8:29 In principle
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