May 2014

03.05.2014

# Media

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Phys.org: Scientists develop feedback technique to manage uncertainties in solar geoengineering

Media response to Kravitz, Ben; et al. (2014). "Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Caltech and Lancaster University took advantage of this "what-if" proving ground by inserting a unique feedback loop into a climate model to react to theoretical climate engineering techniques."

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03.05.2014

# New Publications

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Kravitz, Ben; et al. (2014): Explicit feedback and the management of uncertainty in meeting climate objectives with solar geoengineering

Kravitz, Ben; MacMartin, Douglas G.; Leedal, David T.; Rasch, Philip J.; Jarvis, Andrew J. (2014): Explicit feedback and the management of uncertainty in meeting climate objectives with solar geoengineering. In Environ. Res. Lett. 9 (4), p. 44006–44006. DOI 10.1088/1748-9326/9/4/044006.

"In our study, we use two fully coupled atmosphere–ocean general circulation models: one in which the geoengineering strategy is designed, and one in which geoengineering is implemented (a real-world proxy)."

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03.05.2014

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CEC 14 Blog: Why We Should Not Engineer A Global Thermostat

Mike Hulme: "I critique one specific climate engineering proposal, namely to deliberately introduce sulphate aerosols into the stratosphere to regulate global temperature."

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