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13. PARAMETRIC SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE EFFECT OF CO2 ON CLIMATE CHANGE by 1Bazuaye F.E. and Ijomah M.A.2 Transactions of NAMP Volume 10, (July and November, 2019) pp97 – 102
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PARAMETRIC SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE EFFECT OF CO2 ON CLIMATE CHANGE by 1Bazuaye F.E. and Ijomah M.A.2 Transactions of NAMP Volume 10, (July and November, 2019) pp97 – 102

1,2Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

Abstract

Mathematical modeling is one of the most powerful methods for the study and understanding of the Earth’s climate system and its components. Modern climate models used in a variety of applications are derived from a set of multi-dimensional nonlinear differential equations in partial derivatives, which describe dynamical, physical and chemical processes and cycles in the climate system. Climate models contain a wide number of model parameters that can describe external forcing that can strongly affect the behavior of the climate. It is imperative to estimate the influence of variations in parameters on climate change. The methods of 1-norm, 2-norm, and infinity-norm were used to quantify different forms of the sensitivity of model parameters. The study shows that the most sensitivity parameters in the model are the concentration of a suitable absorbent and the rate of inflow of absorbent in the absorption chamber.

Keywords: Sensitivity Analysis, Mathematical model, climate change

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