Homework Set 5
Complete the following homework problems from your textbook Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast:
• Page 40, #1 and #2
• Page 70, #1 and #2
• Page 84, #1, #2, and #4
Submit your answers in a Word document to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT.
Page 40, #1
Why don’t most of the gases in the Earth’s atmosphere contribute to the greenhouse effect?
Page 40, #2
Does the band saturation effect prevent global warming from CO2? If not, what effect does it have?
Page 70, #1
How can we predict a change in climate 100 years from now if we cannot forecast a rainstorm more than 10 days out?
Page 70, #2
Is the Earth’s energy budget to space in balance? Answer: yes and no. Your task: Explain your answer.
Page 84, #1
Explain why a stabilizing feedback is called “negative”.
Page 84, #2
Describe and characterize as positive, negative, or unknown feedbacks associated with ice, water vapor, clouds, ocean circulation, and the carbon cycle.
Page 84, #4
What factors determine the climate impact of a cloud?
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