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Foreword; Preface; Summary for policy makers; Technical summary; 1. Introduction; 2. Observations: atmosphere and surface; 3. Observations: ocean; 4. Observations: cryosphere; 5. Information from paleoclimate archives; 6. Carbon and other biogeochemical cycles; 7. Clouds and aerosols; 8. Anthropogenic and natural radiative forcing; 9. Evaluation of climate models; 10. Detection and attribution of climate change: from global to regional; 11. Near-term climate change: projections and predictability; 12. Long-term climate change: projections, commitments and irreversibility; 13. Sea level change; 14. Climate phenomena and their relevance for future regional climate change; Annex I. Atlas of global and regional climate projections; Annex II. Climate system scenario tables; Annex III. Glossary; Annex IV. Acronyms; Annex V. Contributors; Annex VI. Expert reviewers; Index.
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