Monthly Archives: May 2016

CO2 and the Last Glacial Maximum

Introduction Often in the context of Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW), comparisons are made to the changes of CO2 during the glacial cycles. Running the CRM models as in the last post, I compared runs for the Last Glacial Maximum and … Continue reading

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Global Warming in the Context of Glacial Cycles

Synopsis Using the Column Radiation Model, GFS analysis data for 2010, CERES derived surface albedo, and Last Glaical Maximum (LGM) ice and land mask estimates, it is possible to compare resulting net radiance for a number of scenarios ( with … Continue reading

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