Carbon sequestration: Can we bury just the harmful carbon dioxide?

June 29th, 2007 |
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In this first in a series of discussons on carbon sequestration, we meet Marc Hesse, an aspiring graduate student at Stanford, who studies the physical processes that govern the movement of carbon dioxide once injected into the ground. Will it stay down? Will carbon sequestration really help in reducing the harmful effects of increased CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere? Marc makes a start in the debate on this issue.

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