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Research article
27 Oct 2015
Research article |  | 27 Oct 2015

Stratospheric geoengineering impacts on El Niño/Southern Oscillation

C. J. Gabriel and A. Robock


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This is a first look at how the El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) might change under a regime of stratospheric geoengineering (GE). We find neither ENSO event frequency nor ENSO event amplitude will be different under various GE experiments than they would under unabated global warming. We additionally find substantial disagreement between models in depicting ENSO amplitude and frequency. Additionally, output from several GCMs is excluded from comparison due to unrealistic ENSO variability.
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