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v2.6.1 Simple Climate model with Peta without Albedo

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.
difference ocean land smaller

this step: sensitivity analyse GHG-effect
ALbedo at start 30%prevoious steps
working with energy (instead 288 vs 255)
  • 9 months 3 weeks ago

v2.6 Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.
difference ocean land smaller

this step: sensitivity analyse GHG-effect
ALbedo at start 30%prevoious steps
working with energy (instead 288 vs 255)
  • 10 months 2 weeks ago

v2.5 Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.
difference ocean land smaller

this step: ALbedo at start 30%
prevoious stepsworking with energy (instead 288 vs 255)
  • 10 months 2 weeks ago

v2.4 Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.
difference ocean land smaller

this step: working with energy (instead 288 vs 255)
  • 10 months 2 weeks ago

v2.3 Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.
adding deforestation since 1880

next step: calculating ratios

With this very simple model is 1.35 degree Celsius temperarure rise explainable.
  • 10 months 2 weeks ago

v2.2 Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.
adding deforestation since 1880

next step: adding rain

With this very simple model is 1.35 degree Celsius temperarure rise explainable.
  • 10 months 2 weeks ago

Clone Martien of Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.

More PeTa radiation will lower the Temperature on Earth. PeTa radiation is released when water changes from water vapor to liquid. 
  • 10 months 3 weeks ago

v2.1 Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.
next step: adding deforestation since 1880

With this very simple model is 1.35 degree Celsius temperarure rise explainable.
  • 11 months 20 hours ago

v2 Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.
next step: adding deforestation since 1880

With this very simple model is 1.35 degree Celsius temperarure rise explainable.
  • 11 months 20 hours ago

Clone of Climate Stabilization Task

Marcel de Berg

The model starts in 1900. In the year 2000 you get the chance to set a new emission target and nominal time to reach it. Your aim is to have atmospheric CO2 stabilise at about 400 ppmv in 2100

From Sterman, John D. (2008)  Risk Communication on Climate:  Mental Models and Mass Balance.  Science 322 (24 October): 532-533

BCTD

  • 11 months 23 hours ago

Simple Climate model with Peta

Marcel de Berg
Simulating both the blanket (Greenhouse effect) & the cooling effect (PeTa) with the most simple model possible.

More PeTa radiation will lower the Temperature on Earth. PeTa radiation is released when water changes from water vapor to liquid. 
  • 11 months 1 day ago

Model 1 - Warming feedback

Marcel de Berg
With Our-Green-Spine we have discovered new insights how trees / forest / green structures are part of the managing system of controlling the temperature of our Earth via their cooling capacity by using water and influencing the water cycle. We want to translate our insights in a climate model.

Environment Climate Forest Water

  • 11 months 2 days ago

Clone of Climate Stabilization Task

Marcel de Berg

The model starts in 1900. In the year 2000 you get the chance to set a new emission target and nominal time to reach it. Your aim is to have atmospheric CO2 stabilise at about 400 ppmv in 2100

From Sterman, John D. (2008)  Risk Communication on Climate:  Mental Models and Mass Balance.  Science 322 (24 October): 532-533

BCTD

  • 11 months 5 days ago

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