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Data used for the GRL paper “Seasonal injection strategies for stratospheric aerosol geoengineering”
Data composition: The single zip files are named after the variable. A description for the variables can be found here http://www.cesm.ucar.edu/experiments/cesm1.2/GLE/GLENS_output_fields/
Files are the single 2d (or 3d in case of O3) zonal mean from 2042 to 2045 (or to 2050) for the variable for each of the 25 cases, as decsribed in the paper. All_data_2d_zm_GRL_Visioni2019
Visioni, D., “A climate engineering technique for a warming planet – Stratospheric Sulfur injection as a temporary solution to greenhouse gases increase”, Aracne Publishing, 2019. ISBN: 978-88-255-2042-2