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C. David Garner FRS
Commissioning Editor
Bailey Fallon
Editorial Board
C. David Garner, Editor
University of Nottingham
Kazuyuki Aihara
University of Tokyo
Henrik Alfredsson
KTH Stockholm
Chunli Bai
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Russel Caflisch
University of California, Los Angeles
Giu-Qiang Chen
University of Oxford
Jack Connor
Culham Centre for Fusion Energy
Peter Coveney
University College London
Walter Craig
McMaster University
John Dainton
Cockcroft Institute For Accelerator Science
and Technology
Caterina Ducati
University of Cambridge
Ben Feringa
University of Groningen
Baylor Fox-Kemper
Brown University
Isabelle Gallagher
Université Paris-Diderot
Nigel Goldenfeld
University of Illinois
Joanna Haigh
Imperial College, London
Yasuhiro Iwasawa
University of Tokyo

Bruce Joyce
Imperial College, London
Brian Kennett
Australian National University
Marta Kwiatkowska
University of Oxford
Ying-Cheng Lai
Arizona State University
Frank Larkins
University of Melbourne
Brian Launder
University of Manchester
Stephen Liddle
University of Nottingham
Joseph T. C. Liu
Brown University
Malcolm Longair
University of Cambridge
Mike Lovell
University of Leicester
John Meurig Thomas
University of Cambridge
Paul Milewski
University of Bath
Nicolas Moussiopoulos
Aristotle University, Thessaloniki
Alfredo Ozorio de Almeida
Centro Brasiliero de Pesquias
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University of Manchester
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University of St Andrews

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University College, London
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University of British Columbia
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University of Toronto
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Princeton University
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University of British Columbia
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University of St Andrews
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University of Cambridge
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University of Reading
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Imperial College, London
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Hong Kong University
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University of Hong Kong
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Princeton University
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The Open University

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volume 372 · number 2031

Climate engineering: exploring nuances and
consequences of deliberately altering the Earth’s
energy budget
Papers of a Theme Issue compiled and edited by John Latham, Philip J. Rasch and
Brian Launder
Article ID

Climate engineering: exploring nuances and consequences of deliberately altering the
Earth’s energy budget


J Latham, PJ Rasch & B Launder

Modelling artificial sea salt emission in large eddy simulations


Process-model simulations of cloud albedo enhancement by aerosols in the Arctic


Z Maalick, H Korhonen, H Kokkola, T Kü hn & S Romakkaniemi

Marine cloud brightening: regional applications


J Latham, A Gadian, J Fournier, B Parkes, P Wadhams & J Chen

Preliminary results for salt aerosol production intended for marine cloud brightening,
using effervescent spray atomization


G Cooper, J Foster, L Galbraith, S Jain, A Neukermans & B Ormond

Factors determining the most efficient spray distribution for marine cloud brightening


PJ Connolly, GB McFiggans, R Wood & A Tsiamis

Solar geoengineering to limit the rate of temperature change


DG MacMartin, K Caldeira & DW Keith

Stratospheric controlled perturbation experiment: a small-scale experiment to improve
understanding of the risks of solar geoengineering

volume 372

number 2031

Climate engineering: exploring nuances and
consequences of deliberately altering the Earth’s
energy budget
Papers of a Theme Issue compiled and edited by John Latham, Philip J. Rasch and Brian Launder

Climate engineering

B Kravitz, H Wang, PJ Rasch, H Morrison & AB Solomon

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A | vol. 372 no. 2031 | 28 December 2014

28 December 2014

ISSN 1364-503X


JA Dykema, DW Keith, JG Anderson & D Weisenstein

Cirrus cloud seeding: a climate engineering mechanism with reduced side effects?


T Storelvmo, WR Boos & N Herger

Field experiments on solar geoengineering: report of a workshop exploring a representative
research portfolio


DW Keith, R Duren & DG MacMartin

Governing solar geoengineering research as it leaves the laboratory


A Parker

Ethical aspects of the mitigation obstruction argument against climate engineering research


DR Morrow

Geoengineering, climate change scepticism and the ‘moral hazard’ argument: an
experimental study of UK public perceptions


A Corner & N Pidgeon

Asilomar moments: formative framings in recombinant DNA and solar climate engineering


S Schäfer & S Low

Mapping the landscape of climate engineering


P Oldham, B Szerszynski, J Stilgoe, C Brown, B Eacott & A Yuille

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