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What effects would altering the Atmosphere have on a planet’s climate?
We know the composition and size of the Atmosphere affects the amount of radiation that gets absorbed by the atmosphere.
What would be some of the results if the composition of the atmosphere were altered (likely either increasing or decreasing the atmospheric O2) in a way that would enhance or inhibit the radiation that causes climate change?
We don’t have enough information for climate change models to be applicable to extrasolar planets. One of the known limitation of the current climate models, in particular, is that they do not allow changes in the composition of the atmosphere (in particular, the amount of greenhouse gases) to be included.
The Szenics team has just completed a first-order model for the effects of changing atmospheric composition on climate, which we have posted on the Phys. Rev. Lett. blog. Their paper, “Fluctuation and Modulation of Earth’s Mean Surface Temperature by Optical Absorption of CO2 in the Atmosphere,” can be found here.
Our model predicts a strong positive feedback from the greenhouse warming caused by increased atmospheric CO2 on the climate sensitivity to solar forcing.
If we are to apply the model results to the climate of an extrasolar planet, then the Sun will be far more likely to be a positive rather than a negative feedback agent. In our model, the difference is because the radiative flux at the surface is dominated by the outgoing flux in the long-wave (infrared) part of the spectrum, which is unaffected by the greenhouse warming. The temperature fluctuations will still increase the solar radiation absorbed by the planet, resulting in the positive feedback, but this will be much less than the greenhouse warming feedback.
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