595SS-Homework03-2006

595SS-Homework03-200 - c Atmospheric CO 2 concentration increasing at 1 per year “effectively”(i.e also considering the carbon-equivalent of

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ESM 595SS: The Economics and Science of Climate Change Homework 3 Charlie Kolstad Feb 9 2006 Jeff Dozier Due Feb 23 2006 (1) Using DICE, estimate the atmospheric CO 2 concentration, mean global temperature, and cumulative change in precipitation 100 years from now, considering the follow- ing scenarios: a. Anthropogenic carbon production increasing at ½% per year. b. Anthropogenic carbon production increasing at 1% per year.
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Unformatted text preview: c. Atmospheric CO 2 concentration increasing at 1% per year “effectively” (i.e., also considering the carbon-equivalent of other greenhouse gases). d. Anthropogenic carbon production increasing at 1.5% per year for 50 years, then leveling off for 25 years, then declining at ½% per year for 25 years....
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