Could sulfur particles released into the atmosphere cool the global climate?



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    Yes. During volcanic eruptions, sulfur dioxide gas is ejected into the upper atmosphere, and then disperses. This dispersion of such particles causes the sun’s light and heat to reflect off the clouds these particles form, thus cooling the global climate. 

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