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https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-22-6135-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-22-6135-2022
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Assessing the consequences of including aerosol absorption in potential stratospheric aerosol injection climate intervention strategies

Jim M. Haywood, Andy Jones, Ben T. Johnson, and William McFarlane Smith

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Simulations are presented investigating the influence of moderately absorbing aerosol in the stratosphere to combat the impacts of climate change. A number of detrimental impacts are noted compared to sulfate aerosol, including (i) reduced cooling efficiency, (ii) increased deficits in global precipitation, (iii) delays in the recovery of the stratospheric ozone hole, and (iv) disruption of the stratospheric circulation and the wintertime storm tracks that impact European precipitation.
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