Can We Move Carbon from the Atmosphere and into Rocks?
A new method to assess the nation’s potential for storing carbon dioxide in rocks below the earth’s surface could help lessen climate change impacts. The injection and storage of liquid carbon dioxide into subsurface rocks is known as geologic carbon sequestration.
USGS scientist Robert Burruss discusses this new methodology and how it can help mitigate climate change.
[Via USGS Corecast]
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