How to use Albedo in a sentence as a noun

This had me twitching right from the start: Increasing what scientists call the planets albedo, or reflective power ...

Eg "dusty metal with this albedo map" vs maps for parameters in some mutilated and extended phong shader.

Yeah, it's the low albedo that kills you.

An object with albedo 1 would thus have a brightness of ~1e-7 of the Moon's.

So Arctic albedo causes the new scary feedback in the climate system?

But don't the climate models that predict global warming take into effect the ocean's heat absorption and the resulting ice melt and the resulting change in the earth's albedo and so on?I know it is complicated but the 'conventional wisdom' has been that the best climate models take all these feedback mechanisms into consideration and predict a catastrophic increase in temperatures and that the science is 'settled' on this.

Moreover, you have to deal with the carbon dioxide directly to solve this problem; you can't just try changing the albedo of the Earth, through mirrors or surface reflectors or particulates in the upper atmosphere.

But don't the climate models that predict global warming take into effect the ocean's heat absorption and the resulting ice melt and the resulting change in the earth's albedo and so on?They attempt to.

"large asteroids are really even one solid piece of rock"You'd be surprised what can be figured out from albedo and rotation measurements.

If we want to do something, it should be scaling back our effect on the natural environment, not giving it a good whack and hoping that the trajectory we send it on turns out correct.> I haven't seen a single argument against albedo adjustment that was more substantial than "something bad might happen, I don't know what.

Albedo definitions

noun

the ratio of reflected to incident light