Systems of Equations and Inequalities In previous chapters we solved equations with one unknown or variable.
The attributed warming ranges colours are based on observations combined with climate model simulations, in order to estimate the contribution by an individual external forcing to the observed warming. The contribution from the combined anthropogenic forcings can be estimated with less uncertainty than the separate contributions from greenhouse gases and other anthropogenic forcings separately.
This is because these two contributions are partially compensational, resulting in a signal that is better constrained by observations. For Antarctica, large observational uncertainties result in low confidence that anthropogenic forcings have contributed to the observed warming averaged over available stations.
In contrast, it is likely that there has been an anthropogenic contribution to the very substantial Arctic warming since the midth century. Human influence has likely contributed to temperature increases in many sub-continental regions. There is low confidence in the scientific understanding of the small observed increase in Antarctic sea ice extent due to the incomplete and competing scientific explanations for the causes of change and low confidence in estimates of natural internal variability in that region.
Due to a low level of scientific understanding, however, there is low confidence in attributing the causes of the observed loss of mass from the Antarctic ice sheet over the past two decades.
It is likely that there has been an anthropogenic contribution to observed reductions in Northern Hemisphere spring snow cover since There is evidence for human influence in some individual ocean basins.
It is very likely that there is a substantial anthropogenic contribution to the global mean sea level rise since the s. This is based on the high confidence in an anthropogenic influence on the two largest contributions to sea level rise: Oceanic uptake of anthropogenic carbon dioxide has resulted in gradual acidification of ocean surface waters high confidence.Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
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Send questions or comments to doi. One part of a recent survey caught my attention. The strongest correlate of opinion on climate change is partisan affiliation. Two-thirds of Republicans (67%) say either that the Earth is getting warmer mostly because of natural changes in the atmosphere (43%) or that there is no solid evidence the Earth is getting warmer (24%).
Graphing a linear equation written in slope-intercept form, y= mx+b is easy! Remember the structure of y=mx+b and that graphing it will always give you a straight line.
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