4 edition of Modeling the influence of carbon dioxide on the global and regional climate found in the catalog.
Modeling the influence of carbon dioxide on the global and regional climate
Includes bibliographical references (p. 108-114).
|Statement||Wilfred Bach, Hans-Josef Jung, Heinrich Knottenberg.|
|Series||Münstersche geographische Arbeiten,, Heft 21|
|Contributions||Jung, Hans-Josef., Knottenberg, Heinrich.|
|LC Classifications||QC879.8 .B3214 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||2003437624|
William Nordhaus of Yale University has been jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences with Paul Romer for ‘integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis’. This column, written by a co-author and Yale colleague, outlines how his contributions have broadened the scope of economic analysis, shedding light on the causes and consequences of the. Key Finding 4. Global mean atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO 2) concentration has now passed ppm, a level that last occurred about 3 million years ago, when global average temperature and sea level were significantly higher than today (high confidence).Continued growth in CO 2 emissions over this century and beyond would lead to an atmospheric concentration not experienced in tens of millions.
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