Global warming - some perspectives

Erlykin, Anatoly D. and Wolfendale, Arnold W. and Hanna, Edward (2012) Global warming - some perspectives. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering . pp. 499-509. ISSN 1934-8932

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Abstract

Here the authors critically review the IPCC’s claim that global warming is “very likely” caused by human activity: such a
description underestimates the likelihood of the warming being due to this mechanism. Next examined are known alternative “natural”
mechanisms which could give rise to the warming if, despite many claims, the man-made explanation was false because of
compensation effects (greenhouse gases versus aerosol effects). Also, a number of difficulties, as yet unresolved, in the human-induced
warming explanation are considered.

Keywords:global warming, climate, clouds, aerosols, cosmic rays, meteorites, volcanoes
Subjects:F Physical Sciences > F860 Climatology
Divisions:College of Science > School of Geography
ID Code:26162
Deposited On:03 Mar 2017 11:34

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