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Table 4.

Difference in equivalent saturated potential temperature (θes) between 700 and 1000 hPa (K) for the HadGEM1 control, at the initial time of CO2 doubling following the ramped CO2 increase, and after 500-yr stabilization (20-yr averages are used in the latter two cases). Results are shown for a stratocumulus region in the North Atlantic (20°–40°N, 10°–30°W) and a deep convective region over the Pacific warm pool (10°S–10°N, 130°–150°E).

Difference in equivalent saturated potential temperature (θes) between 700 and 1000 hPa (K) for the HadGEM1 control, at the initial time of CO2 doubling following the ramped CO2 increase, and after 500-yr stabilization (20-yr averages are used in the latter two cases). Results are shown for a stratocumulus region in the North Atlantic (20°–40°N, 10°–30°W) and a deep convective region over the Pacific warm pool (10°S–10°N, 130°–150°E).
Difference in equivalent saturated potential temperature (θes) between 700 and 1000 hPa (K) for the HadGEM1 control, at the initial time of CO2 doubling following the ramped CO2 increase, and after 500-yr stabilization (20-yr averages are used in the latter two cases). Results are shown for a stratocumulus region in the North Atlantic (20°–40°N, 10°–30°W) and a deep convective region over the Pacific warm pool (10°S–10°N, 130°–150°E).
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