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Acrónimos

AGW: Anthropogenic Global Warming = Calentamiento Global Antrópico

AMO: Atlantic Multi-Decadal Oscillation = Oscilación Multidecadal del Atlántico

AR4: Fourth Assessment Report of IPCC (2007) = Cuarto Informe de Evaluación del IPCC (2007)

CCSP: Climate Change Science Program (U.S. Government) = Programa de Ciencia del Cambio Climático

CS: Climate Sensitivity = Sensibilidad Climática

DWR: Downwelling Radiation (IR) = Radiación Descendente

ENSO: El Niño-Southern Oscillation = El Niño-Oscilación del Sur

FAR: First Assessment Report of IPCC (1990) = Primer Informe de Evaluación del IPCC (1990)

GCR: Galactic Cosmic Rays = Rayos Cósmicos Galácticos

GH: Greenhouse = GI: Gas de Invernadero

GISS: Goddard Institute of Space Science (NASA) = Instituto Goddard de Ciencias del Espacio

GW: Global Warming = Calentamiento Global

HTCS: Hot Talk Cold Science book (1997, 1999) = Libro Conversación Caliente Ciencia Fría (1997, 1999)

IPCC: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (UN) = Panel Intergubernamental del Cambio Climático

IR: Infrared = Infrarrojo

ITCZ: Intertropical Convergence Zone = Zona Intertropical de Convergencia

LGM: Last Glacial Maximum = Último Máximo Glacial

LIA: Little Ice Age = Pequeña Edad de Hielo

LRSL: Local relative sea level = Local relativo al nivel del mar

LT: Lower troposphere = Troposfera inferior

MJO: Madden-Julian (tropical) Oscillation = Oscilación (tropical) Madden-Julian

MSU: Microwave Sounding Unit (carried on weather satellites) = Unidad de Sondeo de Microondas Satelital

MWP: Medieval Warm Period = Período Cálido Medieval

NACC: National Assessment of Climate Change (U.S.) = Evaluación Nacional del Cambio Climático (EEUU)

NAO: North Atlantic Oscillation = Oscilación del Alántico Norte

NAS: National Academy of Sciences = Academia Nacional de Ciencias

NH: Northern Hemisphere = Hemisferio Norte

NIPCC: Non-governmental International Panel on Climate Change = Panel Internacional No Gubernamental

del Cambio Climático

OLR: Outgoing Long-wave (IR) Radiation = Radiación de Onda Larga (IR) Saliente

PDO: Pacific Decadal Oscillation = Oscilación Decadal del Pacífico

SAR: Second Assessment Report of IPCC (1995) = Segundo Informe de Evaluación del IPCC (1995)

SH: Southern Hemisphere = Hemisferio Sur

SL: Sea Level = Nivel del mar

SPM: Summary for Policymakers (of IPCC reports) = Resumen Para Hacedores de Políticas (de Informes del IPCC)

SST: Sea Surface Temperature = Teperaturas de la Superficie del Mar

TAR: Third Assessment Report of IPCC (2001) = Tercer Informe de Evaluación del IPCC (2001)

TSI: Total Solar Irradiance = Irradiancia Solar Total

UAH: University of Alabama – Huntsville = Universidad de Alabama en Huntsville

UTWV: Upper troposphere water vapor = Vapor de agua de la troposfera superior

WAIS: West Antarctic Ice Sheet = Capa de Hielo de la Antártida Occidental



WV: Water vapor = Vapor de Agua
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