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Refreezing the Arctic

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  • UserShaun Fitzgerald & Hugh Hunt, Dept of Engineering & Centre for Climate Repair
  • ClockWednesday 15 November 2023, 16:00-18:00
  • HouseLR2, Dept of Engineering .

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This seminar will discuss the different potential approaches we are investigating to help reduce the rate of ice loss in the Arctic and ideally even refreeze it whilst actions to reduce greenhouse gas levels are scaled up. We will explain the current research being undertaken on Marine Cloud Brightening in Cambridge in collaboration with partners from TU Delft and Southern Cross University. The Cambridge work includes modelling and laboratory experiments, which are complemented by the observational data from Delft and the field experiments in Australia. We will also look at the potential for Ice Thickening in the Arctic. The work thus far has focused on modelling and laboratory experiments, but we will also share some of the initial field experimental work being undertaken by collaborators from Real Ice.

This talk is part of the Centre for Climate Repair series.

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