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Boyd, P. W. (2009). Geopolitics of geoengineering. Nature Geoscience, 2, 812.

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Caney, S. (2008). Human rights, climate change, and discounting. Environmental Politics, 17(4), 536-555.

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Eick, M. (2012). A navigational system for uncharted waters: The London Convention and London Protocols assessment framework on ocean iron fertilization. Tulsa Law Review, 46, 351-371.

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Fecht, S. (2011). U.K. Geoengineering Tests Delayed until Spring. Scientific American (blog). [Online

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Gawel, E., Heuson, C. (2012). Ökonomische Grundfragen der Klimaanpassung (Fundamental questions on the economics of climate adaptation). Wirtschaftsdienst 92(7), S. 480–487. [Online]

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Ginzky, H. (2010). Ocean fertilization as climate change mitigation measure: Consideration under international law. Journal of European Environmental & Planning Law, 7, 57-78.

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Hansen, R. S. (2012). Colorado residential property owners and their cloudy right to precipitation capture. Tulsa Law Review, 46, 323-350.

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Hogue, C. (2009). Lawmakers consider geoengineering research needs. Chemical & Engineering News. [Online

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