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Sprache/n: 
Englisch
Veröffentlichungsangabe: 
Wien : Springer, 2012
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Online-Ressource (243 p)
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Druckausgabe: Climate Change. - Inferences from Paleoclimate and Regional Aspects
ISBN: 
978-3-7091-0973-1
Identifier: 
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-7091-0973-1
Inhaltsverzeichnis: 
Climate Change; Inferences from Paleoclimate and Regional Aspects; Logos of the Major Financial Contributorsto the Milankovitch Anniversary Symposium, 2009, Belgrade, Serbia; Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; Part I: Climate Change at Present; Science, Politics, and Public Perceptions of Climate Change; Introduction; The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Its 2007 Report; The International Scientific Congress in Copenhagen in March, 2009; How The Copenhagen Diagnosis Came to Be Written; Main Findings of The Copenhagen Diagnosis; COP15 in Copenhagen, December 2009
Public Perceptions and the Politics of Climate ChangeA Scientific Response to Climate Skeptics; References; Part II: Paleoclimate; Paleoclimate Implications for Human-Made Climate Change; Introduction; Cenozoic Climate Change; Climate Sensitivity; Milankovitch Climate Oscillations; Fast-Feedback Climate Sensitivity; Charney Climate Sensitivity and Aerosols; Slow Climate Feedbacks; Climate Sensitivity Including Slow Feedbacks; What Is the Dangerous Level of Global Warming?; Ice Cores vs. Ocean Cores; Ice Cores; Ocean Cores; Holocene vs. Prior Interglacial Periods and the Pliocene; Sea Level
Paleoclimate DataSea Level Change Estimates for Twenty-First Century; Ice Sheet Mass Loss; Iceberg Cooling Effect; Discussion; How Warm Were Recent Interglacial Periods and the Pliocene?; How Slow Are Slow Feedbacks?; How Much Warming Is Too Much?; References; Simulation of Glacial Cycles with an Earth System Model; Introduction; Model and Experimental Setup; Results; Temporal Dynamics; The Role of Individual Forcings and Feedbacks; Discussion and Conclusions; References; Modeling the Interglacials of the Last 1 Million Years; Introduction; Precession and Obliquity During the Interglacials
Latitudinal and Seasonal Distribution of InsolationModeling the Response to Astronomical and GHG Forcings; Causes for the Difference Between the Post-MBE and the Pre-MBE Interglacials; Conclusion; References; Relating the Astronomical Timescale to the Loess-Paleosol Sequences in Vojvodina, Northern Serbia; Introduction; Study Sections and Methods; Results and Discussion; Chronostratigraphic Interpretation; Orbital Timescale; Spectral Analysis; Comparison with Other Global Paleoclimatic Records; References
A Spatial View on Temperature Change and Variability During the Last Deglaciation: A Model AnalysisIntroduction; Experimental Setup; Model Description; Deglacial Forcings; Analysis Method; Results for Surface Air Temperature Evolution; Annual Mean; Seasonal Means; Impact of Interannual Variability; Discussion; References; Perspectives of Parameter and State Estimation in Paleoclimatology; Introduction; Material and Methods; Energy Balance-Climate Model; Data; Cost Function; Optimization Algorithm; Experimental Setup; Results; Discussion; References
A Brief History of the Astronomical Theories of Paleoclimates
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Klassifikation der Library of Congress: QC902.8-903.2
Dewey Dezimal-Klassifikation: 363.7387
Inhalt: 
Djordje Sijacki
 
 
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[Online-Ausg.]
Veröffentlichungsangabe: 
2011
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