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They calculate with confidence that CO2 has been responsible for over half the enhanced greenhouse effect. They predict that under a "business as usual" BAU scenario, global mean temperature will increase by about 0. They judge that global mean surface air temperature has increased by 0.
The unequivocal detection of the enhanced greenhouse effect is not likely for a decade or more.
The major conclusion was that research since did "not affect our fundamental understanding of the science of the greenhouse effect and either confirm or do not justify alteration of the major conclusions of the first IPCC scientific assessment".
It noted that transient time-dependent simulations, which had been very preliminary in the FAR, were now improved, but did not include aerosol or ozone changes. It is split into four parts: Greenhouse gas concentrations have continued to increase Anthropogenic aerosols tend to produce negative radiative forcings Climate has changed over the past century air temperature has increased by between 0.
The balance of evidence suggests a discernible human influence on global climate considerable progress since the report in distinguishing between natural and anthropogenic influences on climate, because of: Mitigation  Synthesis Report  A number of the TAR's conclusions are given quantitative estimates of how probable it is that they are correct, e.
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