An Analysis of Radiative Equilibrium, Forcings, and Feedbacks…with some other random stuff

I have recently posted on the 2009 Mathematics Awareness Month, a forum by the American Mathematical Society, the American Statistical Association, the Mathematical Association of America, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics that is a national-level event to spread awareness of the importance of Math. This year’s theme was Math and Climate.

I have recently submitted a paper to add to their list of Climate Articles entitled “An Analysis of Radiative Equilibrium, Forcings, and Feedbacks.” It’s a 21 page PDF file.

One response to “An Analysis of Radiative Equilibrium, Forcings, and Feedbacks…with some other random stuff

  1. Chris,It is easier to heat land than ocean, which is why the southern ocean
    2.What is your definition of adiabat.If I am bothering you,let me know,KIPP

    uptake is less-because it is colder?Ya!I’m getting books!
    Contrary to popular impression, the ice‐albedo effect in transient responses is much more pronounced in the Arctic than in Antarctica owing to Southern Ocean heat uptake and a higher fraction of land in the North, which is easier to heat than water (Holland and Bitz., 2003). Presumably the NH/SH responses would be more similar in equilibrium.

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