Climate engineering by artificial ocean upwelling : Channelling the sorcerer ’ s apprentice

@inproceedings{Oschlies2010ClimateEB,
  title={Climate engineering by artificial ocean upwelling : Channelling the sorcerer ’ s apprentice},
  author={Andreas Oschlies and Markus Pahlow and Andrew Yool and Richard J. Matear},
  year={2010}
}
[1] Recent suggestions to reduce the accumulation of anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have included ocean fertilization by artificial upwelling. Our coupled carbon‐climate model simulations suggest that artificial upwelling may, under most optimistic assumptions, be able to sequester atmospheric CO2 at a rate of about 0.9 PgC/yr. However, the model predicts that about 80% of the carbon sequestered is stored on land, as a result of reduced respiration at lower air temperatures… CONTINUE READING

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