The author acknowledges the invaluable intellectual input of C. Trudinger, R. Langenfelds, R. Francey, and I. Enting. The author also acknowledges the use of data from CSIRO-GASLAB and the NOAA Climate Diagnostics Monitoring Laboratory. This study was carried out with support from the Australian Government through its Cooperative Research Centres Programme.


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