A3_8 Injecting particles into the atmosphere

Liam Davenport, Emile Durant, Paul Michael Cullis


This paper investigates size restrictions on potential particles that could be injected into the atmosphere to absorb some of the solar spectrum, the purpose in mind being to reverse the effects of the loss of ozone. It finds that, were they above the micron length scale, they would be unlikely to remain in the atmosphere for any considerable length of time.

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