Zampieri, L.; et al. (2019): Sea Ice Targeted Geoengineering Can Delay Arctic Sea Ice Decline but not Global Warming
Zampieri, Lorenzo; Goessling, Helge F. (2019): Sea Ice Targeted Geoengineering Can Delay Arctic Sea Ice Decline but not Global Warming. In Earth's Future 7. DOI: 10.1029/2019EF001230.
"To counteract global warming, a geoengineering approach that aims at intervening in the Arctic ice‐albedo feedback has been proposed. A large number of wind‐driven pumps shall spread seawater on the surface in winter to enhance ice growth, allowing more ice to survive the summer melt. We test this idea with a coupled climate model by modifying the surface exchange processes such that the physical effect of the pumps is simulated."