By Sara Oldfield, Noel McGough

ISBN-10: 190516419X

ISBN-13: 9781905164196

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Even in moderately sized water bodies, this produces a clear ‘‘seasonal lag’’ of the water temperature changes relative to the march of the seasons. Interestingly, a perceptive observer may have also noted that lakes and swimming pools tend to cool off more efficiently than they warm up. In the fall, as the weather cools, the upper water surface cools rather quickly. However, the cooling upper water becomes denser and thus sinks efficiently to lower levels, thereby transferring the cooling effect through the entire depth.

When extra CO2 first began to be added to the atmosphere through biomass and fossil fuel burning, the ‘‘unburdened reservoirs’’ of the upper levels of the oceans and the terrestrial biosphere were able to absorb a relatively large fraction of the ‘‘new’’ CO2. However, over the 20th century, more and more CO2 has been deposited in these two ‘‘fast’’ reservoirs. As these fast reservoirs eventually become nearly saturated, their ability to absorb newly added CO2 will become progressively less efficient.

MAHLMAN overlying atmosphere. Even in moderately sized water bodies, this produces a clear ‘‘seasonal lag’’ of the water temperature changes relative to the march of the seasons. Interestingly, a perceptive observer may have also noted that lakes and swimming pools tend to cool off more efficiently than they warm up. In the fall, as the weather cools, the upper water surface cools rather quickly. However, the cooling upper water becomes denser and thus sinks efficiently to lower levels, thereby transferring the cooling effect through the entire depth.

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