Geo-Engineering Climate Change: Environmental Necessity or Pandoras Box?

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Return to Book Page. Michael T. This book is the first to present a detailed and critical appraisal of the geo-scale engineering interventions that have been proposed as potential measures to counter the devastation of run-away global warming. Early chapters set the scene with a discussion of projections of future CO2 emissions and techniques for predicting climate tipping points.

Subsequent chapters the This book is the first to present a detailed and critical appraisal of the geo-scale engineering interventions that have been proposed as potential measures to counter the devastation of run-away global warming. Subsequent chapters then review proposals to limit CO2 concentrations through improved energy technologies, removal of CO2 from the atmosphere, and stimulated uptake by the oceans.

Schemes for solar radiation management involving the reflection of sunlight back into space and using artificially brightened clouds and stratospheric aerosols are also assessed.

Pros and cons of the various schemes are thoroughly examined - throwing light on the passionate public debate about their safety. Written by a group of the world's leading authorities on the subject, this comprehensive reference is essential reading for researchers and government policy makers at Copenhagen and beyond.

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Popova, R. Sanders, J. Shepherd, D. Smythe-Wright and A. Yool-- 9. The next generation of iron fertilisation experiments in the Southern Ocean V. Smetacek, and S. Naqvi-- Part III. Solar Radiation Management: Global temperature stabilization via controlled albedo enhancement of low-level maritime clouds John Latham, Philip J. Sea-going hardware for the cloud albedo method of reversing global warming Stephen Salter, Graham Sortino and John Latham-- An overview of geo-engineering of climate using stratospheric sulfate aerosols Philip J.

Rasch, Simone Tilmes, Richard P. Stenchikov and Rolando R. Garcia-- Early chapters set the scene with a discussion of projections of future CO2 emissions and techniques for predicting climate tipping points. Subsequent chapters then review proposals to limit CO2 concentrations through improved energy technologies, removal of CO2 from the atmosphere, and stimulated uptake by the oceans. Schemes for solar radiation management involving the reflection of sunlight back into space and using artificially brightened clouds and stratospheric aerosols are also assessed.

Pros and cons of the various schemes are thoroughly examined - throwing light on the passionate public debate about their safety. Written by a group of the world's leading authorities on the subject, this comprehensive reference is essential reading for researchers and government policy makers at Copenhagen and beyond.


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Subject Carbon dioxide mitigation. Green technology. Geological carbon sequestration.