Numerous studies analyze CO2 sequestration options

09/05/2005
Starting in the 1990s, various government, academic, and industry organizations have initiated studies to determine the best methods for mitigating the excess carbon dioxide entering the atmosphere from human-made (anthropogenic) sources.Excess CO2 in the atmosphere contributes to a greenhouse effect that increases global temperature, which potentially can harm all life on earth. Click here to enlarge imageFig. 1 illustrates the expansion in the number of projects that focus on geologic sequestration of CO2. Besides geological sequestration, studies also have concentrated on determining the best and most economic technology for removing CO2 from emissions at such industrial sites as powe...
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