Tag Archives: atmospheric co2 concentration

Maximum warming

There’s an interesting new paper by Katharine Ricke and Ken Caldeira called Maximum warming occurs about one decade after a carbon dioxide emission. The basic result of the paper is that the median time between the emission of some CO2 … Continue reading

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Excellence!

Unless you’re a UK-based academic, you may not know that yesterday was an important day in UK academia; it was the release of the results from the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) exercise. This is an assessment of most of … Continue reading

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Henry’s Law

Update – 03 March 2019: This post is really a bit simplistic. I’ve since covered this in more detail and written a series of posts. You can find them here, here and here. Murry Salby is doing a tour of … Continue reading

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Atmospheric CO2 lifetime

The Hockey Schtick appears to be excited about a new paper that finds that the lifetime of CO2 in atmosphere is only 5.4 years. This appears to actually be an abstract for a conference presentation, rather than an actual paper. … Continue reading

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