It's complicated to answer. The MCB fade out period is days not years, so
the simple answer is that MCB is more risky. But the real answer depends in
system vulnerability, which in turn depends on a complex interacting
network of social, political and technical risks

Andrew

On Tue, 13 Mar 2018, 18:30 E Durbrow, <durb...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Would some kind person tell me if I got these claims wrong?
>
> Marine Cloud Brightening and Stratospheric Aerosol SRM are *not*
> equivalently risky.
>
> While both have the possibility of termination shock and regional
> variation, these two risks are lower in MCB.
>
> I’m worried that the discussion on termination shock is treating all SRM
> methods as equivalent…
>
> Thanks for pointing me to a publication indicating that MCB and
> Stratospheric/High Altitude SRM are roughly equally risky.
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