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Climate Sensitivity to CO2, what do we know? Part 1.

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By Andy May The IPCC claims, in their AR5 report, that ECS, the long-term temperature change due to doubling the atmospheric CO2 concentration or the “Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity,” likely lies…

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