Subject: Could a large solar shade in space alter earth's weather patterns?
Date: Tue Oct 7 10:55:37 2003
Posted by Adam Duchene
Grade level: 10-12
School: Morton West High School
City: Berwyn State/Province: IL
Area of science: Earth Sciences
A large, 100x100 miles, solar shade place in geosyncronous orbit over North
Africa might cause a change in the rain patterns in that area. Bringing regular
rain to the arid regions of the world might help local sustainability and
reduce global warming at the same time.
Re: Could a large solar shade in space alter earth's weather patterns?
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