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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 24
summary would cite the relevant evidence. certainty. Rejected. [Andrew Lacis] 9-136 A 4:7 4:7 Given.... The climate system simply hasn't had time to respond to the accumulated GHG radiative forcing. [Andrew Lacis] 9-126 A 3:49 3:51 This sentence seems to duplicate lines 10-12. First paragraph is an overall
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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 61
., 1996). [Andrew Lacis] 9-434 A 17:51 17:53 What is the evidence that the radiative forcing... Pinatubo eruption actually produce and identical regional climate response? [Andrew Lacis] 9-440 A 17
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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 71
context? Text has been clarified. [Andrew Lacis] 9-516 A 22:21 22:21 Maunder Minimum is a term to... increase. [Andrew Lacis] 9-518 A 22:27 22:50 Once again, the subject matter would seem to come
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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 147
sensitivity differences between different GCMs. [Andrew Lacis] 9-1128 A 53:54 53:54 I am not sure... uncertainty affecting climate sensitivity. [Andrew Lacis] 9-1130 A 53:57 54:2 several studies have
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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 149
. [Andrew Lacis] 9-1139 A 54:24 54:24 Maunder Minimum is a term to describe a period of low numbers... by the ocean. [Andrew Lacis] 9-1142 A 54:29 Delete “rigorously” Text has been edited. [Vincent
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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 156
of heat transport into the ocean, not climate sensitivity. [Andrew Lacis] 9-1177 A 56:36 56:36... rate changes - a negative feedback component of the overall positive water vapor feedback. [Andrew Lacis] 9-1179 A 56:36 56:44 Need to resolve this controvesy (and the one with Douglass and Knox
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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 165
. diffusivity" for heat transport into the deep ocean. [Andrew Lacis] 9-1254 A 60:22 60:33 Since... likewise models have been discussed and questionable. assessed. [Andrew Lacis] 9-1255 A 60:24 60:24
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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 16
conclusion that is based on the facts presented. [Andrew Lacis] 9-59 A 1:1 1:1 In the discussion
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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 9. ESPP IPCCAR4WG1. Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass. 20
don’t understand reviewer’s point. anthropogenically influenced" atmospheric circulation? [Andrew Lacis] 9-91 A 3:14 Replace “have likely” with “might have” Rejected. The reviewer provides no
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