Kiel, 24. January 2013

[press review] Olivine impact study with marine biology

Press review to the paper: Köhler, Peter; etc. (2013): Geoengineering impact of open ocean dissolution of olivine on atmospheric CO 2, surface ocean pH and marine biology

(There have been a lot of acticles in local newspapers that are not listed here.)

21.01.

Phys.org: Researchers analyse 'rock dissolving' method of geoengineering

22.01.

wired.co.uk: Study: olivine in the oceans is not an effective carbon sink

Responding to Climate Change: Climate geoengineering: Is crushed rock the answer?

Common Dreams: Geoengineering Schemes: Destroying the Earth to Save It?

redOrbit: Scientists Analyze Costs And Benefits Of Rock Dissolving Practices

the guardian: Mineral dust sprinkled in oceans could absorb vast amounts of carbon: study

environmental research web: Olivine geoengineering could affect marine life

Science codex: Researchers analyse 'rock dissolving' method of geoengineering

Spiegel Online (German): Geo-Engineering: Researchers refuse ocean fertilization

Die Welt (German): Geoengineering the oceans does not solve CO2 problems

Handelsblatt (German): Geoengineering does not solve CO2 problem

Spektrum.de (German): Olivine dust will not help to tackle climate change

23.01.

Smithsonian.com: Scientists Dismiss Geo-Engineering as a Global Warming Quick Fix

proplanta (German): Geoengineering does not solve CO2 problem

Spektrum.de (German): Olivine dust does not help climate change

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