Disease of the Other, A
Geologic carbon sequestration is being reviewed as a viable means to help reduce anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Wyoming possesses at least eight natural analogues wherein CO2 has accumulated for a geologically significant amount of time. Natural CO2 analogues provide a means of understanding and predicting behavior in carbon repositories, particularly as test beds for investigating and improving technologies and protocols aimed at assessing the integrity of caprock formations. Successful measurement of CO2 and Rn emissions on active volcanoes demonstrates the viability of a ...
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