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Estimation of the influence of characteristics of the hydrologic cycle on global climate sensitivity to anthropogenic effects

, : Estimation of the influence of characteristics of the hydrologic cycle on global climate sensitivity to anthropogenic effects. Soviet Meteorology and Hydrology ( 8): 34-40

The influence of the characteristics of the hydrological cycle of the atmosphere and land on the sensitivity of a thermodynamic climate model to anthropogenic effects, including the variations in carbon dioxide content qCO2 and the optical aerosol thickness ta in the atmosphere is estimated. Incorporation of the variable soil moisture content in the model leads to an increase in the sensitivity of the model to qCO2 and ta variations.

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