The DECIMALS teams started publishing their first papers in early 2020, and they have already been responsible for the first SRM research papers from Africa, the Middle East, Small Island Developing States, Southeast Asia and Least Developed Countries. Their projects are typically looking at the regional impacts of SRM, and it is expected that 60+ developing countries will have more evidence of the effects of SRM once all studies are complete. This page features all DECIMALS papers published to date, and will be updated regularly as more papers come out.
DECIMALS research papers published as of 1 October 2021
- Kuswanto et al. 2021, Impact of Solar Geoengineering on Temperatures over the Indonesian Maritime Continent [PDF]
Published in International Journal of Climatology (online, before inclusion in an issue)
- Clarke et al., 2021: The Caribbean and 1.5 °C: Is SRM an Option? [PDF]
Published in Atmosphere, 12(3), 367
- Odoulami et al., 2020: Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering Could Lower Future Risk of ‘Day Zero’ Level Droughts in Cape Town [PDF]
Published in Environmental Research Letters, 15(12), 124007
- Da‐Allada et al., 2020: Changes in West African Summer Monsoon Precipitation Under Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering [PDF]
Published in Earth’s Future, 8(7)
- Karami et al., 2020: Storm Track Changes in the Middle East and North Africa Under Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering [PDF]
Published in Geophysical Research Letters, 47(14)
- Pinto et al., 2020: Africa’s Climate Response to Solar Radiation Management with Stratospheric Aerosol [PDF]
Published in Geophysical Research Letters, 47(2)
Many more DECIMALS papers are under preparation or review, looking at the impacts of SRM on precipitations and temperatures in West Africa, malaria risk in Bangladesh, dust storms in the MENA region, La Plata basin’s hydroclimate, crop suitability in Africa, regional climate disparities in South America, and more.