Dynamics of the coupled human – climate system resulting from closed-loop control of solar geoengineering

  title={Dynamics of the coupled human – climate system resulting from closed-loop control of solar geoengineering},
  author={Douglas G. MacMartin and Ben Kravitz and David W. Keith and Andrew J. C. Jarvis},
If solar radiation management (SRM) were ever implemented, feedback of the observed climate state might be used to adjust the radiative forcing of SRM in order to compensate for uncertainty in either the forcing or the climate response. Feedback might also compensate for unexpected changes in the system, e.g. a nonlinear change in climate sensitivity. However, in addition to the intended response to greenhouse-gas induced changes, the use of feedback would also result in a geoengineering… CONTINUE READING
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