This paper was edited by Hailong Wang and reviewed by two anonymous referees. ERFari+aci is approximately 22 % from ERFari and 78 % from ERFaci and is comprised of an SW contribution of −1.26 W m−2 offset by a LW contribution of +0.23 W m−2. The total derived cloud adjustment for aerosols is −0.20 W m−2, derived of −0.04 W m−2 from SW cloud liquid water path adjustment, −0.13 W m−2 from SW cloud fraction change and −0.03 W m−2 from cloud changes in the LW (Table S7). Samset, B., Shawki, D., Shindell, D., Takemura, T., and Voulgarakis, A.: (2020) show that ERF_reg150 for 4×CO2 also increases in CMIP6 compared to CMIP5 and attribute 20 % of the increase in multi-model mean effective climate sensitivity (ECS) in CMIP6 to this. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos., 124, 7930–7950. 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This highlights the likelihood that the inclusion of more models submitting results to RFMIP would extend the CMIP6 range of aerosol forcing, but the same may also have been true in CMIP5, where only a subset of models performed the sstClimAerosol experiment. MPI-M Earth System Model version 1.2 (MPI-ESM1.2) and Its Response to The main constituents of anthropogenic ERF are a positive forcing from greenhouse gases and a partially offsetting negative forcing from aerosols. Takemura, T., Voulgarakis, A., and Zwiers, F.: PDRMIP: A precipitation driver Top-of-Atmosphere (TOA) Edition-4.0 Data Product, J. 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Belamari, S., Berthet, S., Cassou, C., Cattiaux, J., Deshayes, J., Douville, For this reason, we discard the first few years of model output where the stratosphere is still adjusting to a forcing for the 4×CO2, well-mixed greenhouse gas (WMGHG) and anthropogenic forcing experiments (Table 1). confirm need for urgent mitigation, Nat. The instantaneous radiative forcing and cloud adjustments are generally the largest sources of inter-model spread in the forcing component in climate models. K.-H., Wilkenskjeld, S., Winkler, A., and Roeckner, E.: Developments in the For models not including ice cloud nucleation, the LW cloud adjustment for aerosols is estimated from the change in cloud radiative effect (CRE; difference between all-sky and clear-sky fluxes). C., Zhang, K., Zhang, Y., Zheng, X., Zhou, T., and Zhu, Q.: The DOE E3SM Dynam., 41, Zhang, S.: Efficacy of climate forcings, J. Geophys. A typical value of λ, 0.8 K/(W/m ), gives an increase in global temperature of about 1.6 K above the 1750 reference temperature due to the increase in CO 2 over that time (2… model under abruptly quadrupled CO, Boucher, O., Randall, D., Artaxo, P., Bretherton, C., Feingold, G., Forster, C. A., and Tang, Y.: Forcings, Feedbacks, and Climate Sensitivity in There is also a substantial adjustment arising from WMGHG forcing, and again this is mostly driven by stratospheric cooling implied by the observation that ERF and RF are approximately equal. Distribution of the effective radiative forcing (ERF) of well mixed atmospheric methane from 1750 to 2011 (units: W m −2). B. Durachta, J., Gauthier, P. 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G., Cheng, Y., Clune, T. L., Cook, B., Cruz, C. A., Genio, A. D. D., This is less than the anthropogenic ERF in AR5 for 1850–2011 of 2.24 W m−2 (Myhre et al., 2013; although this figure has a wide uncertainty range), and extrapolating trends forward would suggest an anthropogenic ERF of around 2.4 W m−2 from AR5 for 1850–2014. Rast, S., Redler, R., Reick, C. H., Rohrschneider, T., Schemann, V., Schmidt, Armour, K.: Energy budget constraints on climate sensitivity in light of They also do not account for changes in land or solar activity. Meteorol. File; File history; File usage; Metadata; Size of this PNG preview of this SVG file: 609 × 376 pixels. Lett., 39, L09712. 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