The Discovery of Global Warming

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The "geography" of the 1969 Manabe-Bryan model made a globe by putting together three identical segments, each part land and part sea. The polar regions, hard to deal with mathematically, were cut off.


From S. Manabe and K. Bryan, J. Atmospheric Sciences 26 (1969): 786-89 , p. 786.