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Geoengineering Sunlight

In a new climate modeling study, which appears in the May 27-30 early online edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, atmospheric scientist Govindasamy Bala and his colleagues Karl Taylor and Philip Duffy demonstrate that the sunshade geoengineering scheme could slow down the global water cycle. Read more at the Lawrence Livermore Lab


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