A large volcanic eruption together with stratospheric geoengineering with sulphur injections would lead to weaker and shorter cooling period than in current conditions. A recently published study shows that geoengineering would increase the size of particles forming after volcanic eruptions and reduce their ability to reflect sunlight.
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Radiative and climate impacts of a large volcanic eruption during stratospheric sulfur geoengineering. A. Laakso1, H. Kokkola1, A.-I. Partanen2,3, U. Niemeier4, C. Timmreck4, K. E. J. Lehtinen1,5, H. Hakkarainen6, and H. Korhonen, doi:10.5194/acp-16-305-2016
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