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Table 3.

The global sensitivity parameter magnitudes α (K ppm−1), β (GtC ppm−1), and γ (GtC K−1) calculated using the same approach of Friedlingstein et al. (2006) for the 1860–2100 period. Note that the gradients of the relationships plotted in Figs. 1a and 1b represent the global β and γ listed in this table.

The global sensitivity parameter magnitudes α (K ppm−1), β (GtC ppm−1), and γ (GtC K−1) calculated using the same approach of Friedlingstein et al. (2006) for the 1860–2100 period. Note that the gradients of the relationships plotted in Figs. 1a and 1b represent the global β and γ listed in this table.
The global sensitivity parameter magnitudes α (K ppm−1), β (GtC ppm−1), and γ (GtC K−1) calculated using the same approach of Friedlingstein et al. (2006) for the 1860–2100 period. Note that the gradients of the relationships plotted in Figs. 1a and 1b represent the global β and γ listed in this table.
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