A Different Approach: Greenhouse gases and climate sensitivity
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Svante Arrhenius (1879-1927) reasoned that because water vapour fluctuated continually cycling in and out of the atmosphere carbon dioxide is the key component. He argued that increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide would cause warming and this would ...
April 25 Letters: NAFTA, allergies, climate change
In the late 1800s, Nobel Prize winner Svante Arrhenius calculated that a doubling of that gas in our atmosphere would block enough heat to raise the global temperature by roughly 5 or 6 degrees — not far off today's supercomputer calculations ...
Why the climate zealots are almost completely wrong
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(Svante Arrhenius, Nobel Laureate, 1906; Lewis & Curry, Climate Dynamics, 2014). As and when CO2 doubles it will take average global temperature from about 14 C to about 15.6 C. This modest change will be very beneficial to the World as a whole.
AT RISK: The Story of Virginia's Rising Seas and Sinking Cities
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The science behind what humans were doing to the greenhouse effect has been well established dating back to the 1700's with Svante Arrhenius first positing that adding carbon dioxide to our atmosphere would have a substantial effect on the global climate.