Report Casts Doubt on Geosequestration Claims

November 2004
Australasian Science;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p9
Deals with the need to reduce greenhouse emissions in Australia. Potential of carbon dioxide capture and storage technology to reduce greenhouse emissions in the country; Problems associated with the use of geosequestration technology in greenhouse gas abatement.


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