Inflection Points and Polar Bears. Jason Hamilton Thomas J. Pfaff. Glacier Pair Images. http://www.windows.ucar.edu/teacher_resources/glacier_then_now.pdf. A Look at Global Temperature . T(x)=0.0005x 2 -0.00527x+57.137 F T’(x)=0.001x-0.00527 F/year x years after 1950
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Inflection Points and Polar Bears
Thomas J. Pfaff
T(x)=0.0005x2 -0.00527x+57.137 F
x years after 1950
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The rising temperature observed since 1978 are particularly noteworthy because the rate of increase is so high and because, during the same period, the energy reaching the Earth from the Sun had been measured precisely enough to conclude that Earth’s warming was not due to changes in the Sun.
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D Heat content of atmosphere & hydrosphere
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