Generational Fossil Fuel Emissions and Generational Warming: A Note
Sonoma State University
September 30, 2016
Moving generational trends in global mean temperature anomalies and moving generational average fossil fuel emissions for the study period 1850-2015 do not show a statistically significant detrended correlation that can be interpreted in terms of the theory of anthropogenic global warming which implies a measurable effect of emissions on temperature trends. The findings are consistent with prior results in which a decadal moving window was used.
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Keywords: IPCC, fossil fuel emissions, global warming, climate change, AGW, generational time scale, moving average, moving trends, trend profile, applied statistics
Date posted: October 2, 2016 ; Last revised: October 13, 2016