Talk:IPCC First Assessment Report

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A source, from where to download this report and the following ones from the internet would be extremely appreciated.

(Fuwe (talk) 20:14, 12 August 2010 (UTC)). Fuwe, 12.8.2010

Ars Technica assessment[edit]

AT claims the 1990 IPCC report forecast was 2mm/year, and would give an increase from 1990 to 8cm in 2030 and 22cm in 2100, if linearly extrapolated. They use this to claim that sea level (3.2mm/year) rise is in excess of the predictions. They cite a paper, I don't have time to check, but surely this is at odds with this article - 20cm in 2030. Or is it going to accelerate dramatically in the next seventeen years?

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Ketil (talk) 12:00, 18 April 2013 (UTC)