11.08.2012

# New Publications

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Chadwick, Robin; et al. (2012): Asymmetries in tropical rainfall and circulation patterns in idealised CO2 removal experiments

Chadwick, Robin; Wu, Peili; Good, Peter; Andrews, Timothy (2012): Asymmetries in tropical rainfall and circulation patterns in idealised CO2 removal experiments. In: Clim Dyn. (online first)

Modelling study of changes in the hydrosphere after CO2-removal. "Two idealised general circulation model experiments are described, where CO2 concentrations are steadily increased, then decreased along the same path."

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05.04.2012

# Projects

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Oxford Geoengineering: The new GeoBlog

The Oxford Geoengineering Program has a new blog for researchers and professionals in the field of CE. The blog started its first series "Why I Study Geoengineering".

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03.03.2012

# Media

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Oxford Martin School Blog: Phil Renforth: Red mud disaster brings carbon capture clue

Phil Renforth: Red mud disaster brings carbon capture clue

"An environmental disaster that occurred in Hungary in 2010 could lead to a new way of removing carbon dioxide emissions from the atmosphere. Phil Renforth, James Martin Fellow at the Oxford Geoengineering Programme, explained how it works to Pete Wilton."

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04.12.2011

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Random Facts: Concept of Scientific Geo-engineering to artificially cool the Earth is discussed by the UN

On Durban conference, SRMGI-Paper, climate politics and CE in general.

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30.11.2011

# Media

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CBC news: 'Planet hacking' to control climate sparks controversy

Radio stream with interviews with: E. Kintisch, Richard Owen, Mike Child, David Keith. General information on CE.

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01.12.2010

# Projects

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Geo-Engineering Project from Rathenau Institute

"The Rathenau Institute is conducting research into various forms of climate engineering. Our aim is to identify the main issues which will inform the imminent debate, and to bring the various societal stakeholders together."

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