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CALDEIRA LAB

Environmental science of climate, carbon, and energy

 

    Ken Caldeira
    Department of Global Ecology
    Carnegie Institution for Science
    260 Panama St.
    Stanford, CA 94305
    (650) 704-7212

 

PUBLICATIONS (click for full publication list)

Long-term response of oceans to CO2 removal from the atmosphere
August 2015: Nature Climate Change

Six Month In Situ High-Resolution Carbonate Chemistry and Temperature Study on a Coral Reef Flat Reveals Asynchronous pH and Temperature Anomalies.
Jun 2015: PLOS ONE
Time scales and ratios of climate forcing due to thermal versus carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels
Jun 2015: Geophysical Research Letters

Coral reef metabolism and carbon chemistry dynamics of a coral reef flat
May 2015: Geophysical Research Letters

Impacts of ocean albedo alteration on Arctic sea ice restoration and Northern Hemisphere climate
April 2015: Environmental Research Letters

Atmospheric consequences of disruption of the ocean thermocline
Mar 2015: Environmental Research Letters
Atmospheric Impacts of Sea Ice Decline In CO2 Induced Global Warming
Feb 2015: Climate Dynamics
Maximum Warming Occurs About One Decade After a Carbon Dioxide Emission
Nov 2014: Environmental Research Letters
Key Factors for Assessing Climate Benefits of Natural Gas Versus Coal Electricity Generation
Nov 2014: Environmental Research Letters
Solar Geoengineering to Limit the Rate of Temperature Change
Nov 2014: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society

CH4 and N2O Emissions Embodied In International Trade of Meat
Nov 2014: Environmental Research Letters

Estimating the Contribution of Sea Ice Response to Climate Sensitivity in a Climate Model
Nov 2014: Journal of Climate

 

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