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Ferrer-Gonzalez, Miriam (2017): Climate engineering by enhancement of ocean alkalinity: impacts on the Earth system and a comparison with solar radiation management

Ferrer-Gonzalez, Miriam (2017): Climate engineering by enhancement of ocean alkalinity: impacts on the Earth system and a comparison with solar radiation management. PhD Thesis. Edited by Universität Hamburg. Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie. Hamburg (Reports on Earth System Science, 193).

"For the rst time, the CE-driven e ects on the Earth system of large-scale AOA and SRM scenarios are consistently compared in a comprehensive Earth system model with interactive carbon cycle. Using the Max Planck Institute Earth
System Model (MPI-ESM) forced by fossil-fuel CO2 emissions, I explore the impacts of these CE methods on the global carbon uptake and ocean biogeochemistry. I design and run AOA scenarios that reduce atmospheric CO2 levels to the trajectory of the Representative Concentration Pathway (RCP) 4.5 in a high CO2 world following the RCP8.5 scenario."

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