How increasing CO2 leads to an increased negative greenhouse effect in Antarctica

How increasing CO2 leads to an increased negative greenhouse effect in Antarctica

by Holger Schmithüsen, Justus Notholt, Gert König‐Langlo, Peter Lemke, Thomas Jung

First published: 25 November 2015

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More on this subject by on 16. April 2018

“CO2 emissions exert no detectable effect on Arctic, Antarctic temperatures. The Arctic region is no warmer in recent decades than it was some 80 years ago, or before CO2 emissions began rising significantly.”




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