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In addition, we compare two of the 200-year simulations, one with no future increases in [CO.sub.2] and aerosols (control) and the other with 1% per year increases in [CO.sub.2] and equivalent increases in aerosols (GHGA).
Figure 4 depicts the evolution of land and ocean temperatures over 200 years for the coupled simulation (GHGA).
The reduction of permafrost points was slightly higher for the GHGA scenario even though the warming over land was less for CGCM I than for the corresponding GCM II points.