References

GENERAL CIRCULATION MODELS EXAMINED IN THE STUDY

M1: Manabe, S., and R.T.Wetherald (1975). The effects of doubling the CO2 concentration on the climate of a general circulation model, J. Atmos, Sci. 32, 3.

M2: Manabe, S., and R.T.Wetherald (1980). On the distribution of climate change resulting from an increase in CO2 content of the atmosphere (accepted for publication in J. Atmos. Sci., January 1980).

M3: Manabe, S., and R.Stouffer (1979). Study of climatic impact of CO2 increase with a mathematical model of global climate (submitted to Nature).

H1: Goddard Institute for Space Studies (1978). Proposal for Research in Global Carbon Dioxide Source/Sink Budget and Climate Effects, Institute for Space Studies, 2880 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10025.

H2: Hansen, J.E. Private communication. Paper in preparation for submission to J. Atmos. Sci. Information available from Institute for Space Studies, 2880 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10025.

OTHER REFERENCES

Bolin, B., E.T.Degens, S.Kempe, and P.Ketner, eds. (1979). The Global Carbon Cycle, SCOPE 13, Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment, International Council of Scientific Unions, Wiley, New York, 491 pp.

Budyko, M.I. (1969). The effect of solar radiation variations on the climate of the earth, Tellus 21, 611.

Lian, M.S., and R.D.Cess (1977). Energy balance climate models-a reappraisal of ice-albedo feedback, J. Atmos. Sci. 34, 1058.

MacDonald, G.F., H.Abarbanel, P.Carruthers, J.Chamberlain, H.Foley, W.Munk, W. Nierenberg, O.Rothaus, M.Ruderman, J.Vesecky, and F.Zachariasen (1979). The long term impact of atmospheric carbon dioxide on climate, JASON Technical Report JSR-78-07, SRI International, Arlington, Virginia.



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