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In this study, we use the BNU-ESM and the intermediate complexity UVic-ESCM Earth System Models to conduct idealized deserts irrigation geoengineering simulations during the 21 century.
We conducted five sets of simulation experiments: no irrigation as a baseline (GE_none), irrigation of global deserts (GE_Globe), irrigation of Northwest China deserts (GE_China), irrigation of Australian deserts (GE_Australia), and irrigation of North African deserts (GE_Africa) (Supplementary Table S1).
We use the BNU and UVic Earth system models to simulate the effects of irrigating deserts under the RCP8.5 scenario.
Previous studies focused on increasing desert albedo to reduce global warming; in contrast we examine how extending afforestation and ecological projects, that successfully improve regional environments, fair for geoengineering purposes.
The climatic impact of irrigation in agriculture and/or desert regions has been variously assessed previously used the University of Victoria Earth System Climate Model (UVic-ESCM) to study climate effects and carbon uptakes of afforestation geoengineering in the deserts of North Africa and Australia.
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We perform these simulations to illustrate the likely response of carbon reservoirs and climate to irrigating global and individual deserts geoengineering during the 21.
Therefore, the UVic-simulated climate effect of irrigation might be less reliable than that of BNU-ESM, and for results from UVic-ESCM simulations, we focus on the effect of irrigation on carbon reservoirs and land surface cover.