Research produced by members of the Atmospheric Chemistry & Climate of the Anthropocene research group.
Our Earth’s climate and atmospheric composition has been changing since preindustrial times and will change in the future due to emissions of a variety of short-lived and long-lived compounds that affect concentrations of greenhouse gas and other climate forcers. The group investigates key processes and interactions in the atmosphere and the drivers of present-day and future changes in climate and composition.
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HadCM3 Model data used in the article "Disentangling the causes of the 1816 European year without a summer" by Schurer, Andrew; Hegerl, Gabriele; Luterbacher, Juerg; Broennimann, Stefan; Cowan, Tim; Tett, Simon; Zanchettin, Davide; Timmreck, Claudia Abstract: The European summer of 1816 has often been referred to as a “year without a summer” due to anomalously cold conditions and unusual wetness, which led to widespread famines and agricultural failures. The cause ...
Supporting material for "Importance of the Pre-Industrial Baseline in Determining the Likelihood of Exceeding the Paris Limits" During the Paris Conference in 2015, nations of the world strengthened the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change by agreeing to holding ‘the increase in the global average temperature to well below ...