ZeroGeoengineering.com | An August 2008 report details the systematic process of distributing chemical aerosol emissions on a regional and global platform via aviation. The FAA developed the Aviation Climate Change Research Initiative (ACCRI) in partnership with the EPA, NOAA, NASA, and NCAR.
The stated goal of the atmospheric chemistry and climate “research” was to evaluate the “uncertainties” of distributing aerosol emissions, mostly soot and chemical agents, via aircraft transport and dispersion. Negative impacts on environmental health and adverse bioeffects were not addressed.
Current weather and climate extremes may well be attributed to the deliberate release of polluting emissions over many decades, by aviation.
Aviation Climate Change Research Initiative: A Report on the Way Forward Based on the Review of Research Gaps and Priorities
Published by the Federal Aviation Administration in 2008
U.S. Next Generation Air Transportation System – Climate Impacts of Aviation Emissions
Emissions of soot particles composed mainly of black carbon, along with sulfur compounds -properties of contrails and contrail-induced cirrus clouds
The global distribution of ice supersaturation- aircraft related research
Chemical Transport Models – Sustained Research
Changes in water resources, air quality, and ecosystems – International scientific evaluations UN WMO / IPCC
Models and Measurements (M&M) – Predicting Aviation Impacts
Aircraft Campaigns planned over many years
Soot particles act as cloud condensation nucleii – importance of aviation soot in ice-cloud nucleation, weather operational models, meteorology, international campaigns, plume processing and evaluation.
Link To Full Document HERE
Link To Document HERE
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