08.08.2012

# New Publications

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Latham, J.; et al. (2012): Marine cloud brightening

Latham, J.; Bower, K.; Choularton, T.; Coe, H.; Connolly, P.; Cooper, G. et al. (2012): Marine cloud brightening. In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 370 (1974), pp. 4217–4262

Modelling marine cloud-brightening (MCB) with a general circulation model and reflexion on methods.

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08.08.2012

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Amelung, Dorothee; et al. (2012): Beyond calculation. Climate Engineering risks from a social sciences perspective

Amelung, Dorothee; Dietz, Wolfgang; Fernow, Hannes; Heyen, Daniel; Reichwein, David; Wiertz, Thilo (Hg.) (2012): Beyond calculation. Climate Engineering risks from a social sciences perspective. Heidelberg (Forum Marsilius-Kolleg, 2).

"The article elaborates on the specific characteristics of the risks and uncertainties associated with CE technology from six different disciplinary viewpoints. It thereby seeks to reveal chances for a mutual enrichment of these individual viewpoints since each discipline experiences boundaries while examining the complex risks of CE."

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07.08.2012

# New Publications

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New online library "GeoLibrary"

New online library with a reference system and many key words.

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07.08.2012

# New Publications

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Special Issue of 'Ethics, Policy & Environment' on The Ethics of Geoengineering

With articles from Dane Scott; Nancy Tuana et al.; Lauren Hatzel-Nichols; Kyle Powys Whyte; Christopher J. Preston; Alan Robock.

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06.08.2012

# Media

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Freakonomics Blog: The Case For Climate Engineering Research: A Guest Post By SPICE Researcher Matthew Watson

"Guest post by Matthew Watson, a lecturer in geophysical natural hazards at the University of Bristol and the lead researcher for the Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering project (SPICE), whose experiments are currently on hold."

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06.08.2012

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Robock, Alan (2012): Will Geoengineering With Solar Radiation Management Ever Be Used?

Robock, Alan (2012): Will Geoengineering With Solar Radiation Management Ever Be Used? In: Ethics, Policy & Environment 15 (2), pp. 202–205

"Summary: I don't think geoengineering will ever be implemented"

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06.08.2012

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Hartzell-Nichols, Lauren (2012): Precaution and Solar Radiation Management

Hartzell-Nichols, Lauren (2012): Precaution and Solar Radiation Management. In: Ethics, Policy & Environment 15 (2), S. 158–171

"This paper explores what precaution implies about the status of solar radiation management."

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06.08.2012

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Choi, Sunho; et al. (2012): Modification of the Mg/DOBDC MOF with Amines to Enhance CO 2 Adsorption from Ultradilute Gases

Choi, Sunho; Watanabe, Taku; Bae, Tae-Hyun; Sholl, David S.; Jones, Christopher W. (2012): Modification of the Mg/DOBDC MOF with Amines to Enhance CO 2 Adsorption from Ultradilute Gases. In: J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 3 (9), pp. 1136–1141

Paper on the chemistry of Direct Air Capture. "In this work, Mg/DOBDC is modified by functionalization of its open metal coordination sites with ethylene diamine (ED) to introduce pendent amines into the MOF micropores."

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25.07.2012

# Media

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down to Earth: Will geoengineering save agriculture from climate change?

"The techniques of climate manipulation are experiencing a boom, as it becomes more and more likely that we will one day have to resort to them to fight climate change. In this context, what can we foresee the future of agriculture to be?"

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25.07.2012

# New Publications

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Kulkarni, Ambarish R.; Sholl, David S. (2012): Analysis of Equilibrium-Based TSA Processes for Direct Capture of CO 2 from Air

Kulkarni, Ambarish R.; Sholl, David S. (2012): Analysis of Equilibrium-Based TSA Processes for Direct Capture of CO 2 from Air. In: Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 51 (25), pp. 8631–8645.

Chemical study of direct air capture.

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