22.10.2017

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New Scientist: Dimming the sun could save corals from bleaching and hurricanes

"Time for artificial planet coolers? A cooling “sunshade” for the planet could reduce harmful coral bleaching and the number of hurricanes, which damage reefs. With the effects of climate change becoming increasingly apparent, the idea of squirting a cloud of sulphate aerosols into the upper atmosphere is being investigated by several groups of scientists. This would scatter some of the sun’s rays back into space, reducing the rate at which the Earth is warming."

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09.11.2015

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EcoWatch: Can Geoengineering Tame Devastating Hurricanes?

Response to Moore, John C.; et al. (2015). "Scientists think they know, in principle, how to tame hurricanes and reduce storm surge risks."

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