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Climate Sensitivity Estimates: Declining or Not?

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Guest “climate sensitivity explaining by David Middleton ECS: Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity (AKA equilibrium sensitivity) TCR: Transient Climate Response (AKA transient sensitivity) AKA: Also Known As Here’s how the folks a the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL) explain the difference: Transient and Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity Projections of the severity of anthropogenic climate change are strongly dependent…

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