21.01.2012

# New Publications

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Ebook available for members: Launder/Thompson (2010): Geo-engineering climate change

The book from Launder/Thompson is now available as ebook for members of OnlineBooks.

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12.01.2012

# New Publications

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Allenby, Brad (2012): A Critique of Geoengineering

Allenby, Brad (2012): A Critique of Geoengineering. In: IEEE Potentials 31 (1), S. 22–26. DOI 10.1109/MPOT.2011.943110

"Interest in “geoengineering” technologies has increased significantly over the past few years because of concern about global climate change coupled with a growing recognition of the inadequacies of the Kyoto Protocol and the ongoing climate change negotiating process."

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11.01.2012

# New Publications

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Cummins, Neil Paul (2012): An Evolutionary Perspective on the Relationship Between Humans and Their Surroundings. Geoengineering, the Purpose of Life & the Nature of the Universe

Cummins, Neil Paul (2012): An Evolutionary Perspective on the Relationship Between Humans and Their Surroundings. Geoengineering, the Purpose of Life & the Nature of the Universe. Cranmore: Cranmore Publications.

The book combines evolunary, science and philosophical perspectives and sees CE as a possible solution.

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09.01.2012

# New Publications

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Kahan, Dan M.; Jenkins-Smith, Hank C.; et al.: Geoengineering and the Science Communication Environment: A Cross-Cultural Experiment (draft)

Kahan, Dan M.; Jenkins-Smith, Hank C.; Tarantola, Tor; Silva, Carol; Braman, Donald: Geoengineering and the Science Communication Environment: A Cross-Cultural Experiment (January 9, 2012). The Cultural Cognition Project Working Paper No. 92. (draft version)

The paper tests cultural implications in risk perception of CE in the USA and England.

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06.01.2012

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Gordijn, Bert; Have, Henk ten (2012): Ethics of mitigation, adaptation and geoengineering (online first)

Gordijn, Bert; Have, Henk ten (2012): Ethics of mitigation, adaptation and geoengineering. In: Medicine, health care, and philosophy.

Short article examining the three climate political options with ethics.

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04.01.2012

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Felber, R.; Hüppi, R.; Leifeld, J.; et al (2012): Nitrous oxide emission reduction in temperate biochar-amended soils

Felber, R.; Hüppi, R.; Leifeld, J.; Neftel, A. (2012): Nitrous oxide emission reduction in temperate biochar-amended soils. In: Biogeosciences Discuss 9 (1), S. 151–189.

New data on N2O-reduction with biochar.

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22.12.2011

# New Publications

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Irvine, Peter J.; Ridgwell, Andy; Lunt, Daniel J. (2011): Climatic effects of surface albedo geoengineering

Irvine, Peter J.; Ridgwell, Andy; Lunt, Daniel J. (2011): Climatic effects of surface albedo geoengineering. In: J. Geophys. Res 116 (D24).

Moddeling of different effects of various methods of ground albedo.

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18.12.2011

# New Publications

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Ricke, Katharine L.; Rowlands, Daniel J.; et al (2011): Effectiveness of stratospheric solar-radiation management as a function of climate sensitivity

Ricke, Katharine L.; Rowlands, Daniel J.; Ingram, William J.; Keith, David W.; Granger Morgan, M. (2011): Effectiveness of stratospheric solar-radiation management as a function of climate sensitivity. In: Nature Climate change.

Effectiveness test for stratospheric SRM.

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12.12.2011

# New Publications

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Schellnhuber, H. J. (2011): Geoengineering: The good, the MAD, and the sensible

Schellnhuber, H. J. (2011): Geoengineering: The good, the MAD, and the sensible. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Comment on the MAD theory from Cold War applied to SRM while CDR is not feasable.

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08.12.2011

# New Publications

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Bala, G. (2011): Counteracting climate change via solar radiation management. Commentary

Bala, G. (2011): Counteracting climate change via solar radiation management. Commentary. In: Current Science 101 (11), S. 1418–1421.

The commentary discusses SRM with the axis "unintende side effects", "unmitigated effects", "some proposals", and "scientific considerations".

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