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Other Greenhouse gases - Water
Water Other Direct Greenhouse Gases - Stratospheric water Water vapour in our stratosphere can act as a very powerful greenhouse gas. The amounts of water vapour in our stratosphere are ... water vapour arising from high flying aircraft may be an important source of stratospheric water, particularly in the future with increased global air travel. The exact global budget for stratospheric water ...
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Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis
Ocean 2.5.3 Water Vapour 2.5.3.1 Surface water vapour 2.5.3.2 Lower-tropospheric water vapour 2.5.3.3 Upper-tropospheric and lower-stratospheric water vapour 2.5.4 ...
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Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis
Stratospheric Ozone Changes on Radiatively Active Species 6.6.2 Indirect Forcings of Methane, Carbon Monoxide and Non-Methane Hydrocarbons 6.6.3 Indirect Forcing by NOx Emissions 6.6.4 Stratospheric Water ... cloudiness 6.8.6.2 Impact of anthropogenic aerosols on cirrus cloud microphysics 6.9 Stratospheric Aerosols 6.10 Land-use Change (Surface Albedo Effect) 6.11 Solar Forcing of Climate ...
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration SDI
Stratospheric Ozone Depletion SDI Framework Element: Stratosphere Stratosphere Characteristic: Amount of Ozone Stratospheric Temperature (204) Definition: Stratospheric temp. Issue: Climate/Stratospheric Ozone Depletion SDI Framework Element: Stratosphere Stratosphere Characteristic: Temperature Stratospheric Water Vapor (189) Definition: H2O stratospheric ...
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Climate Candidate SDI
Temperature Stratospheric Water Vapor (189 NOAA) Definition: H2O stratospheric SDI Framework Element: Stratosphere (1.2.5.1.3) Element Characteristic: Amount of Water Vapor ... Stratospheric Ozone Concentration (187 NOAA) Definition: O3 total SDI Framework Element: Stratosphere (1.2.5.1.3) Element Characteristic: Amount of Ozone Stratospheric Temperature (204 NOAA) Definition: Stratospheric ...
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Global Energy Balance
Pacific Ocean Amazon Fires Cause Changes in Cloud Droplet Formation and Stratospheric Water and Particulate Levels El Niņo Responses to Volcanoes African Droughts Increase Dust in ... Climate Change Improving Representation of Clouds in Climate Models Biomass Burning Contributes to Stratospheric Sulfate Particles Volcanoes Reduce Atmospheric CO2 Soot Leads to both Warming and Cooling ...
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Forests and Deforestation
Humans, are Undergoing Change. Amazon Fires Cause Changes in Cloud Droplet Formation and Stratospheric Water and Particulate Levels Leaves Fall Off and Decay, but What do Roots do? Nitrogen ... Deforestation of Rondonia, Brazil Additional References Jackson, R.B., and Co-Authors, 2005: Trading water for carbon with biological carbon sequestration. Science, 310, 1944-1947. Guyette, R.P., and ...
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Congressional Research Service Reports at the National Library for the Environment (NLE)
Pesticides"> Pollution"> Population"> Public Lands"> Risk & Reform"> Science & Technology"> Stratospheric Ozone"> Transportation"> Waste Management"> Water"> Wetlands"> New & Updated The NLE currently posts ... ">Population">Public Lands">Risk & Reform">Science & Technology">Stratospheric Ozone">Transportation">Waste Management">Water">Wetlands"> Sort by DateTitleCode home NCSE | 1101 17th Street ...
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Ozone Depletion | Chlorofluorcarbons | CFCs | Stratospheric Ozone
What are CFCs? Chlorofluorocarbons ... stratosphere much faster than molecules can settle according to their weight. CFCs are insoluble in water and relatively unreactive in the lower atmosphere but are quickly mixed and reach the ...
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Antarctica | Ozone Hole | Polar Stratospheric Clouds
Europe, Russia, Japan, and North America. Gases such as CFCs that are insoluble in water and relatively unreactive are mixed throughout the lower atmosphere and rise from the lower atmosphere ... by a natural circulation of wind called the polar vortex. This prevents atmospheric mixing of stratospheric ozone, thus contributing to the depletion of ozone. Although some ozone depletion occurs over the ...
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