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How does the increase in CO2 concentration model explain the extreme lower colder temperatures

The impacts of global warming on weather patterns are complex, but include the continuing potential for extreme weather events at local and regional scales, including extreme cold events from polar ...
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How does the increase in CO2 concentration model explain the extreme lower colder temperatures

The increase in carbon dioxide is altering climate, with an overall increase in temperature. This does not mean that change will be uniform or consistently unidirectional. On a daily basis we ...
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Potential temperature constant in a well-mixed atmospheric layer?

In the mixed layer the virtual potential temperature $\theta_v$ is constant and therefore, you substitute the virtual temperature $T_v$ for $T$. \begin{equation} \theta_v = T_v \left( \frac{p_0}{p} \...
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Is there a simple model for the interaction between greenhouse gases and infrared radiation?

My answer focuses on a "simple and easy to understand and roughly accurate model for understanding greenhouse gases". This is the same model used in a comment to your question. The most ...
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