The greenhouse effect, stratospheric ozone, marine productivity, and global hydrology: feedbacks in the global climate system

Michael Rampino, R. Etkins

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Abstract

Recognized feedbacks act through two important loops involving changes in atmospheric chemistry, UV-B radiation at the earth's surface, and marine productivity. Reliable predictions of future changes in global and regional climate require an understanding of the direction, magnitude and time constants of the various climatic and biochemical feedback processes. Changes in the amount and distribution of precipitation can also have important feedback effects on soil moisture, vegetation, cloudiness, ground and cloud albedo, ocean salinity (through changes in evaporation and runoff), bottom water formation and productivity. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationGreenhouse effect, sea level and drought. Proc. workshop, Fuerteventura, 1989
EditorsR. Paepe
PublisherKluwer, for NATO ASI Series; Series C, 325
Pages3-20
Number of pages18
StatePublished - 1990

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greenhouse effect
global climate
hydrology
ozone
productivity
atmospheric chemistry
cloud cover
regional climate
bottom water
albedo
evaporation
soil moisture
runoff
salinity
vegetation
ocean
prediction
distribution
radiation
effect

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Rampino, M., & Etkins, R. (1990). The greenhouse effect, stratospheric ozone, marine productivity, and global hydrology: feedbacks in the global climate system. In R. Paepe (Ed.), Greenhouse effect, sea level and drought. Proc. workshop, Fuerteventura, 1989 (pp. 3-20). Kluwer, for NATO ASI Series; Series C, 325.

The greenhouse effect, stratospheric ozone, marine productivity, and global hydrology : feedbacks in the global climate system. / Rampino, Michael; Etkins, R.

Greenhouse effect, sea level and drought. Proc. workshop, Fuerteventura, 1989. ed. / R. Paepe. Kluwer, for NATO ASI Series; Series C, 325, 1990. p. 3-20.

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Rampino, M & Etkins, R 1990, The greenhouse effect, stratospheric ozone, marine productivity, and global hydrology: feedbacks in the global climate system. in R Paepe (ed.), Greenhouse effect, sea level and drought. Proc. workshop, Fuerteventura, 1989. Kluwer, for NATO ASI Series; Series C, 325, pp. 3-20.
Rampino M, Etkins R. The greenhouse effect, stratospheric ozone, marine productivity, and global hydrology: feedbacks in the global climate system. In Paepe R, editor, Greenhouse effect, sea level and drought. Proc. workshop, Fuerteventura, 1989. Kluwer, for NATO ASI Series; Series C, 325. 1990. p. 3-20
Rampino, Michael ; Etkins, R. / The greenhouse effect, stratospheric ozone, marine productivity, and global hydrology : feedbacks in the global climate system. Greenhouse effect, sea level and drought. Proc. workshop, Fuerteventura, 1989. editor / R. Paepe. Kluwer, for NATO ASI Series; Series C, 325, 1990. pp. 3-20
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