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Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics

2014 year, number 9

Thermodynamical model of the emission greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and change of climate

V.A. Skvortsov1, K.V. Chudnenko2
1Irkutsk State University, 664003, Irkutsk, Karl Marx, 1
2A.P. Vinogradov Institute of Geochemistry of the Siberian Branch of the RAS, 650033, Irkutsk, 1a, Favorskogo str
Keywords: thermodynamic model, emission, greenhouse gases, atmosphere, temperature, factors, climate


Thermodynamical modeling of the carbon, methane, nitrongen oxide, and chlorofluorcarbon emissions have been carried out near the Earth's surface up to a height of 500 m at an average temperature of 15°С and in the troposphere up to a height of 2 km at a temperature of 3°С (at pressures of 1013.25 and 790 gPa). It has been ascertained that doubling of the CO2 concentration in the surface air layer can cause an increase in the surface temperature on the planet up to 18.15°С by 2100, to 19.43°C with additional contributions of CH4, to 20.08°С with accounting for N2O, and to 23.35°С with accounting for all gases including chlorofluorocarbons and water vapor; in the lower troposphere, the temperature can increase to 4.64°C with an increase in CO2, to 5.83°С with an additional contribution of CH4, to 6.51°С with accounting for N2O, and to 7.61°С with accounting for all gases, including chlorofluorocarbons water vapor.