Series: Dahlem Workshop Reports - Environmental Sciences Research Report Volume: 17
By: RJ Charlson and J Heintzenberg
416 pages, Col plates, figs, tabs
Changes in heat balance due to anthropogenic or externally imposed changes in the chemical composition of the atmosphere are referred to as aerosols. This book assesses the controlling factors, geographic and temporal variations of the radiative properties of atmospheric aerosols, and examines the extent to which their forcing through direct and indirect effects counteracts greenhouse-gas forcing on regional and global climate.
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