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Solar geoengineering, much like the greenhouse gases causing climate change, shifts the balance between how much heat the Earth absorbs and how much it releases. The difference is that it is done deliberately, and in the opposite direction. The most common umbrella strategy is to make the Earth more reflective, keeping heat out, though there are also methods of helping heat escape (besides CO2 removal, which is discussed in [[Forestry and Other Land Use]]).
== Machine Learning Application Areas ==
== Background Readings ==
*'''The engineering of climate engineering (2019)'''<ref>{{Cite journal|last=MacMartin|first=Douglas G.|last2=Kravitz|first2=Ben|date=2019-05-03|title=The Engineering of Climate Engineering|url=|journal=Annual Review of Control, Robotics, and Autonomous Systems|volume=2|issue=1|pages=445–467|doi=10.1146/annurev-control-053018-023725|issn=2573-5144}}</ref>: A review of the engineering design aspects of climate engineering, discussing both progress to date and remaining challenges that will need to be addressed. [ Available here.]
== Online coursesCourses and courseCourse materialsMaterials ==
== Community ==
*[ '''Earth's Future''']: a transdisciplinary journal examining the state of the planet and its inhabitants, sustainable and resilient societies and the science of the Anthropocene.
== Libraries and toolsTools ==
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== Data ==
* [ The Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project]: A resource describing solar geoengineering simulation data.
== Selected Problems ==
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