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Week 2 multi-choice

NOTE: These are from 2013/14 and are left up as a revision guide. They are NOT relevant for 2014/15 and you will not receive credit for doing them. This is a set of multi-choice questions associated with week 2 of "The Challenges of Climate Change". In order to answer these questions you should read the set reading for this week, the 2013 summary for policymakers from the IPCC. You can find this at. http://www.climatechange2013.org/images/uploads/WGIAR5-SPM_Approved27Sep2013.pdf
Which of the following is the dominant source of the greenhouse effect in the Earth’s atmosphere.
Which of the following statements are true?
What probability is assigned by the IPCC to the likelihood that the number of cold days and nights has decreased since 1950
Where is most of the excess energy associated with global warming stored?
Which of the following have a negative radiative forcing?
In climate models, the treatment of which physical process has the lowest confidence.
The IPCC believe that it is extremely likely that how much warming since 1950 is attributable to human activity?
Under all emission scenarios, what is the likely temperature rise at the end of the 21st century, relative to 1850-1900
Which of the following statements are true?
What is the approximate scale of sea level changes over the past 100 years.
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