Jones, Clifford; S. F. J.; Bird, Jasmin; Simons, Stefaan
December 2009
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Dec2009/Jan2010, Issue 822/823, p55
Academic Journal
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "CCS: Will It Really Bury the Problem?," by Andrew Fergusson-Rees and Sheila Fergusson," an article about plastic waste in the ocean and another article about carbon dioxide (CO2) emission reductions.


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