Finnish Meteorological Institute May 2014
This thesis encompasses studies on two methods to reflect part of the incoming solar radiation back to space (i.e.,
solar geoengineering): stratospheric sulphur injections that aim to create a long-lived layer of sulphate aerosols
high in the atmosphere to scatter solar radiation, and marine aerosol injections that aim to enhance the reflectivity
of marine clouds and scatter incoming solar radiation by the injected particles.
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