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Anthropogenic Radiative Forcing Contributions
Figure 10.2National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Princeton University
Kathy A. Hibbard, Daniel S. Ward
This figure appears in chapter 10 of the Climate Science Special Report: The Fourth National Climate Assessment: Volume I report.
Anthropogenic radiative forcing (RF) contributions, separated by land-use and land-cover change (LULCC) and non-LULCC sources (green and maroon bars, respectively), are decomposed by atmospheric constituent to year 2010 in this diagram, using the year 1850 as the reference. Total anthropogenic RF contributions by atmospheric constituent6c7c285c-8606-41fe-bf93-100d80f1d17a(see also Figure 2.3) are shown for comparison (yellow bars). Error bars represent uncertainties for total anthropogenic RF (yellow bars) and for the LULCC components (green bars).0ea16ff3-9026-4a77-9077-742e29f88f9b The SUM bars indicate the net RF when all anthropogenic forcing agents are combined. (Figure source: Ward et al. 20140ea16ff3-9026-4a77-9077-742e29f88f9b ).
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