The numerical experiments of our study suggest that volcanic eruptions cause a cooling of the surface temperature. Special attention will be given to the climatic fluctuation tied to the cooling in summer in high latitudes resulting from the eruptions occurring in spring or summer in high latitudes in the Northern Hemisphere.
This article is from 'Proceedings of the International Conference on the Role of Polar Regions in Global Change Held in Fairbanks, Alaska on 11-15 June 1990. Volume 2', AD-A253 028, p744-747. See also Volume 1, AD-A253 027.