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David Keith
Professor of Public Policy, HKS; Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics, SEAS
phone: (617)495-5922
Academic Journal/Scholarly Articles
Stratospheric Solar Geoengineering Without Ozone Loss
Keith, David W., Debra K. Weisenstein, John A. Dykema, Frank N. Keutsch. "Stratospheric Solar Geoengineering Without Ozone Loss." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113.52 (December 2016): 14910-14914.

Publication Categorized as: Environment and Natural Resources, Innovation, Natural Resources
 
What Do People Think When They Think About Solar Geoengineering? A Review of Empirical Social Science Literature, and Prospects for Future Research
Burns, Elizabeth T, Jane A Flegal, David W Keith, Aseem Mahajan, Dustin Tingley, and Gernot Wagner. "What Do People Think When They Think About Solar Geoengineering? A Review of Empirical Social Science Literature, and Prospects for Future Research." Earth's Future 4.11 (November 2016): 536-542.

Publication Categorized as: Environment and Natural Resources, Science and Technology, Innovation, Sustainability, Energy
 
Solar Geoengineering Could Substantially Reduce Climate Risks: A Research Hypothesis for the next Decade
Keith, David W., and Peter J. Irvine. "Solar Geoengineering Could Substantially Reduce Climate Risks: A Research Hypothesis for the next Decade." Earth's Future 4 (November 2016): 549-559.

Publication Categorized as: Health, Science and Technology, Climate Change, Sustainability, Innovation
 
Improved Aerosol Radiative Properties as a Foundation for Solar Geoengineering Risk Assessment
Dykema, J.A., David Keith, and F.N. Keutsch. "Improved Aerosol Radiative Properties as a Foundation for Solar Geoengineering Risk Assessment." Geophysical Research Letters 43.14 (July 2016): 7758-7766.

Publication Categorized as: Environment and Natural Resources, Science and Technology, Innovation, Energy, Sustainability
 
Modeling the Effects of Climate Engineering
Keith, David, Gernot Wagner, and Juan Moreno-Cruz. "Modeling the Effects of Climate Engineering." Science 352.6293 (June 2016): 1526-1527.

Publication Categorized as: Environment and Natural Resources, Sustainability, Energy, Innovation
 

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