TCRE: Transient Climate Response to Cumulative Emissions

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FIGURE 1: PROPORTIONALITY OF CUMULATIVE WARMING TO CUMULATIVE EMISSIONS

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FIGURE 2: CUMULATIVE VALUES OF SIGN CONSTRAINED RANDOM NUMBERS

FIGURE 3: UNCONSTRAINED CUMULATIVE VALUES OF RANDOM NUMBERS

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