The author argues that it is time for man to at least consider climate engineeringaincluding putting reflective particles in the atmosphere to combat global warmingabut it must be considered cautiously and not be implemented until all side effects are known.Twenty Gulfstream C-37Aa#39;s allows about 0.45 million tons per year to the stratosphere. Assuming sulfur payload with conversion to SO3 in flight and using the results of Pierce et al. (cited in endnote 26) this ... Available at: http://dge. stanford.edu/labs/caldeiralab/Caldeira%20downloads/ Teller_etal_LLNL231636_1997.pdf.
|Title||:||A Case for Climate Engineering|
|Publisher||:||MIT Press - 2013-10-04|