reference : Simulation of early 20th century global warming

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Abstract The observed global warming of the past century occurred primarily in two distinct 20-year periods, from 1925 to 1944 and from 1978 to the present. Although the latter warming is often attributed to a human-induced increase of greenhouse gases, causes of the earlier warming are less clear because this period precedes the time of strongest increases in human-induced greenhouse gas (radiative) forcing. Results from a set of six integrations of a coupled ocean-atmosphere climate model suggest that the warming of the early 20th century could have resulted from a combination of human-induced radiative forcing and an unusually large realization of internal multidecadal variability of the coupled ocean-atmosphere system. This conclusion is dependent on the model's climate sensitivity, internal variability, and the specification of the time-varying human-induced radiative forcing.%U
Author Delworth, Thomas L.; Knutson, Thomas R.
DOI 10.1126/science.287.5461.2246
Issue 5461
Journal Science
Pages 2246-2250
Title Simulation of early 20th century global warming
Volume 287
Year 2000
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