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Numerical Predictions for Global Climate Changes

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Solar irradiation is the major source of energy delivered to Earth’s atmosphere. Satellite measurements of total solar irradiation are proportional in time to sunspot numbers. Sunspot numbers have a well-organized periodic nature that is predictable in time. At the present time solar activity is in a very low phase and will be increasing over the next few decades. The atmosphere’s consumption of solar energy strongly depends upon the percentages of carbon dioxide and water vapor in it, which can cause greenhouse effects. The recent increases in the percentage of water vapor and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have caused global warming. Water levels are affected by melting glaciers. The purpose of this paper is to separate the influence of solar activity and greenhouse effects on global warming and to forecast these influences for several decades.
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  • Department of Mathematics, Syracuse University, 215 Carnegie Building, Syracuse, NY 13244, USA
  • Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, University at Albany, 1 University Place, Rensselaer, NY 12144, USA
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