Sketch's of Grumbine's Heuristic for Stratospheric Cooling
The following illustrations are my self-inflicted homework from More Grumbine Science (heuristic for stratospheric cooling). I'm still studying his post and comments. I hope to use this exercise and the discussion for an illustration that will help me hold the basic physics in one place. Click an image to get an enlarged version. Below, you'll find blanks.
n the following blanks (templates) I added circles, in which you might want to write the amount of radiation traveling between layers; then use the boxes as sums of the incoming radiation.
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