Dear Pete and Andy,
With respect to your new paper on termination shock, could you please
explain how you will detect negative impacts of SRM as you slowly ramp
it up? How can you solve the detection and attribution problem without
decades of SRM at a large amplitude? Please see our paper:
Robock, Alan, Martin Bunzl, Ben Kravitz, and Georgiy Stenchikov, 2010:
A test for geoengineering? Science, 327, 530-531,
Alan Robock, Distinguished Professor
Editor, Reviews of Geophysics
Department of Environmental Sciences Phone: +1-848-932-5751
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