The global dimming through volcanism (ash aerosol and sulfur dioxide ) is quite independent of the eruption VEI.    When sulfur dioxide (boiling point at standard state : -10 °C) reacts with water vapor, it creates sulfate ions (the precursors to sulfuric acid), which are very reflective; ash aerosol on the other hand absorbs Ultraviolet .  Global cooling through volcanism is the sum of the influence of the global dimming and the influence of the high albedo of the deposited ash layer.  The lower snow line and its higher albedo might prolong this cooling period.  Bipolar comparison showed six sulfate events: Tambora (1815), Cosigüina (1835), Krakatoa (1883), Agung (1963), and El Chichón (1982), and the 1808/1809 mystery eruption .  And the atmospheric transmission of direct solar radiation data from the Mauna Loa Observatory (MLO), Hawaii (19°32'N) detected only five eruptions: 
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