volume 79, issue 15, P188-188 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00140
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Abstract: In a recent Forum piece that discusses climate variability (Eos, December 16, 1997), S. F. Singer claims that “a higher CO2 level may be less dangerous to the climate system than a lower one.” The basis for this reasoning is the observation that during the last Ice Age, CO2 levels (∼200 ppmV) were lower than pre‐Industrial Revolution Holocene levels (∼280 ppmV), yet the climate system was apparently more unstable than during the Holocene. Singer neglects to add that, in addition to CO2, other Ice Age global b…

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