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Stabilization of atmospheric greenhouse gases

physical, biological and socio-economic implications

by John T. Houghton

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Published by IPCC in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Klimaændringer

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesIPCC technical paper -- 3, IPCC technical paper -- 3.
    ContributionsFilho, L. Gylvan Meira, Griggs, David J., Maskell, Kathy, IPCC, WMO
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 48 sider
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27088934M
    ISBN 10929169102X
    ISBN 109789291691029
    OCLC/WorldCa463980772

    Greenhouse gas - Greenhouse gas - Methane: Methane (CH4) is the second most important greenhouse gas. CH4 is more potent than CO2 because the radiative forcing produced per molecule is greater. In addition, the infrared window is less saturated in the range of wavelengths of radiation absorbed by CH4, so more molecules may fill in the :// Get this from a library! Atmospheric Stabilization of CO2 Emissions: Near-Term Reductions and Intensity-Based Targets. [Govinda R Timilsina] -- This study analyzes CO2 emissions reduction targets for various countries and geopolitical regions by the year in order to stabilize atmospheric concentrations of CO2 at the level of ppm

    We posit that feasible reversal of the growth of atmospheric CH4 and other trace gases would provide a vital contribution toward averting dangerous anthropogenic interference with global climate. Such trace gas reductions may allow stabilization of atmospheric CO2 at an achievable level of anthropogenic CO2 emissions, even if the added global warming constituting dangerous anthropogenic Greenhouse gas, any gas that has the property of absorbing infrared radiation (net heat energy) emitted from Earth’s surface and reradiating it back to Earth’s surface, thus contributing to the greenhouse effect. Carbon dioxide, methane, and water vapour are the most important greenhouse gases. (To a lesser extent, surface-level ozone, nitrous oxides, and fluorinated gases also trap

      We posit that feasible reversal of the growth of atmospheric CH 4 and other trace gases would provide a vital contribution toward averting dangerous anthropogenic interference with global climate. Such trace gas reductions may allow stabilization of atmospheric CO 2 hat AU - Hansen, J. AU - Sato, M. PY - TI - Greenhouse gas growth "The Role of Carbon Management Technologies in Addressing Atmospheric Stabilization of Greenhouse Gases." In Greenhouse Gas Control. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, GHCT-5, edited by David Williams, Bob Durie, et. al., Collingwood:CSIRO ://


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Stabilization of atmospheric greenhouse gases by John T. Houghton Download PDF EPUB FB2

GEOPHYSICAL IMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH GREENHOUSE GAS STABILIZATION: General principles of stabilization: stabilization of carbon dioxide and other gases --Description of concentration profiles, other trace gas scenarios and computation of equivalent CO2 --Temperature and sea level consequences of stabilizing CO2 concentrations --IMPACTS AND Stabilization of Atmospheric Concentrations of Greenhouse Gases Article (PDF Available) in Climatic Change 57(1) March with 78 Reads How we measure 'reads' Given the present commitment of the developed countries according to the Kyoto Protocol, most published Stabilization of atmospheric greenhouse gases book demonstrate that global greenhouse gases concentrations would not be stabilized at any level.

In order to stabilize these concentrations, a deeper global involvement is :// Given the present commitment of the developed countries according to the Kyoto Protocol, most published scenarios demonstrate that global greenhouse gases concentrations would not be stabilized at any level.

In order to stabilize these Abstract. STABILIZATION OF ATMOSPHERIC CONCENTRATIONS OF GREENHOUSE GASES A Proposal for ‘Recently-Developed’ Countries to Participate in the Global Effort 1 2 1, 3 JEAN KOCH,URI DAYAN and SHMUEL AMIR Environmental and Risk Assessment Section, Soreq Nuclear Research Center, Yavne, Israel Department of Geography, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, One way to inform these choices is to consider the projected climate changes and impacts that would occur if greenhouse gases in the atmosphere were stabilized at a particular concentration level.

The book quantifies the outcomes of different stabilization targets for greenhouse gas concentrations using analyses and information drawn from the different greenhouse gases to the total greenhouse effect. Thus the IPCC report quotes the radiati ve forcing for CO 2 and CH 4 as and W m − 2, respectively, out of a total for The annual average concentration of carbon dioxide (CO 2), the most significant anthropogenic greenhouse gas, increased to and parts per million (ppm) in andrespectively.

The total concentration of all greenhouse gases, including cooling aerosols, reached a value of ppm in CO 2 equivalents in — an increase of more than 4 ppm compared withand 37 ppm more   greenhouse gas concentrations.

A glimpse of the difficulties to be elaborated below can be seen in one simple picture, which suggests the level of effort that would be required to meet the kind of stabilization objectives being discussed.1 On its vertical axis, Figure 1 shows the current () carbon emissions per capita for four regional   were developed that stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations atand and – subject to specific assumptions – ppm CO 2-eq.

The analysis takes into account a large number of reduction options, such as reductions of non-CO 2 gases, carbon plantations and measures in the energy system.

The study shows stabilization as low as 2 days ago  @article{osti_, title = {Atmospheric Chemistry and Greenhouse Gases}, author = {Ehhalt, D and Prather, M and Dentener, F and Derwent, R and Dlugokencky, Edward J and Holland, E and Isaksen, I and Katima, J and Kirchhoff, V and Matson, P and Midgley, P and Wang, M and Berntsen, T and Bey, I and Brasseur, G and Buja, L and Collins, W J and Daniel, J S and DeMore, W B and   Atmospheric Stabilization of CO2 Emissions: Near-term Reductions and Intensity-based Targets† Govinda R.

Timilsina* † We sincerely thank Ariel Dinar, George Backus, Perry Lindstrom and Philippe Ambrosi for valuable comments and suggestions. * Senior Research Economist, Development Research Group, The World Bank, H Street, NW, Washington, DCUSA, e-mail: Stabilization of Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases: Physical, Biological and Socio-economic Implications.

Download. Technical Paper — February 1, JT Houghton, LG Meira Filho, DJ Griggs and K Maskell (Eds). IPCC, Geneva, Switzerland.

pp 52 Available from IPCC Secretariat   Evidence now shows that the increases in these gases very likely (>90 percent chance) account for most of the Earth’s warming over the past 50 years.

Carbon dioxide is the greenhouse gas produced in the largest quantities, accounting for more than half of the current impact on Earth’s climate. Its atmospheric concentration has risen about /Stabilization. The book quantifies the outcomes of different stabilization targets for greenhouse gas concentrations using analyses and information drawn from the scientific literature.

Although it does not recommend or justify any particular stabilization target, it does provide important scientific insights about the relationships among emissions U.S. Climate Change Science Program, contributing authors: L. Clarke, J.

Edmonds, H. Jacoby, H. Pitcher, J. Reilly, R. Richels (): Scenarios of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Atmospheric Concentrations. Sub-Report a of Synthesis and Assessment Product by the U.S.

Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research, Department of Energy, Office ATMOSPHERIC STABILIZATION OF GREENHOUSE GASES 1JA EDMONDS, 2P FREUND AND 1JJ DOOLEY 1Pacific Northwest National Laboratory D St.

SW, SuiteWashington, DC 2IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme Stoke Orchard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 4RZ, United Kingdom ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf. The atmospheric concentrations of some greenhouse gases are being affected directly by human activities namely carbon dioxide (CO 2), methane (CH 4), nitrous oxide (N 2 O), ozone (O 3), and synthetic gases, such as chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).

Water vapour is also a major greenhouse gas, but its concentration in the /climate-system/greenhouse-gases. Satellite observations of greenhouse gases.

Satellites cannot measure these gases directly, but obtain information on the ‘column-averaged dry-air mixing ratios’ of these gases in the atmosphere. This is the average amount of a particular gas in a vertical column above a specified location, excluding any water vapour ://   In this paper we examine the role of a particular technology, carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS), in the stabilization of the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2).

While CCS is not presently deployed at scale, it has the potential to deploy extensively during the course of the 21st century if concentrations of atmospheric CO2. Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases: The Hungarian Perspective covers a coherent subset of the Hungarian climate change oriented research that is directly related to greenhouse gases.

Topics discussed in the book range from the monitoring of the concentrations and fluxes of atmospheric greenhouse gases, through the modeling of atmosphere-biosphere  › Earth Sciences & Geography › Earth System Sciences.The stabilization of the atmospheric greenhouse gas concentration at a level at which harmful climate change is averted is an important objective in the context of the Climate Treaty, which was launched during the UN Conference for the Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in   Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.

The stabilization of atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations and the avoidance of serious or irreversible impacts on earth’s climate system are a matter of critical concern in both