By Heinrich D Holland, Karl K. Turekian
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Although enhanced stratospheric HCl levels were reported after the El Chicho´n eruption (with up to 40% increases over background levels observed within the cloud), it is generally considered that most volcanic HCl is “scrubbed” out of eruption columns as they ascend through the troposphere, due to its high solubility. Pinatubo emitted an estimated 3 Tg of chlorine, but measurements indicate that it was rapidly removed, perhaps assisted by the estimated 250–300 Tg of steam erupted, and the comparable amount of tropospheric moisture entrained into the eruption column.
1998). Stratospheric aerosols can also have a “greenhouse” effect on the Earth if they are effective in absorbing upwelling long-wave radiation. For this warming effect to outbalance the cooling due to increased albedo, the aerosol’s effective radius, reff (its mean radius weighted by surface area), should exceed 2 mm. 2 mm. 5 mm compatible with the observed negative forcing. 2 Climatic Impacts of Major Volcanic Eruptions The impacts of volcanism on climate are complex in both space and time (Robock, 2000).
Briffa and Jones (1992) reconstructed 1816 weather across Europe from contemporary meteorological observations and tree-ring data. They showed that the summer temperatures across much of Europe were 1–2 K cooler than the average for the period 1810–1819, and up to 3 K cooler than the mean for 1951–1970. Rainfall was also high across much of Europe in the summer of 1816. , 1998). These reconstructions of northern hemisphere summer temperatures indicate 1816 as one of the very coldest of the past six centuries, second only to 1601 (the year after the eruption of Huaynaputina in Peru).
Geochemistry of Earth Surface Systems: A derivative of the Treatise on Geochemistry by Heinrich D Holland, Karl K. Turekian