Exploring the Response of the Earth’s Hydrologic Cycle to Geoengineering. Philip Rasch

Philip Rasch, an atmospheric scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, provides a background on geo-engineering, “an intentional change to the climate system, intended to counteract the effects of greenhouse gases.”  Even if we make the decision never to deploy some of the proposed technologies, he suggests trials may be an important way to better understand the system’s response.

November 8, 2013
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