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[I apologise for this long & somewhat scrappy answer. It may contain significant errors, for which I apologise as well.] How long something persists in the atmosphere once it's there depends, obviously, on how it gets removed from the atmosphere and also if anything is adding it to the atmosphere. Different things we might consider pollutants will ...


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One example of the slow carbon cycle: Surface uplift of Tibet and Cenozoic global cooling Continental weathering on a global scale influences ocean chemistry and imposes a net drawdown of atmospheric CO2 that modulates global climate ... . This observation, in addition to seawater Sr records that suggest an increase in continental weathering after ca. 40 ...


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The comment is saying that the authors are making a fallacy as follows: Temperature increase will be associated with an increase in tropopause height. Using instrument/dataset X, we fail to measure a tropopause height increase. Therefore, there is no temperature increase. The fallacy here is that instrument/dataset X is not suitable to measure tropopause ...


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