EPSC 181 Lecture 18: Lecture 19

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E. g. by increasing atmospheric co2 concentration for the new century. With the increase in computer power, climate models have gradually become more sophisticated and complete. Preserved bubbles contain atmospheric gasses; temperature and planetary ice volume can be derived from isotopic ratios. Co2 probably is now leading temperature, compared to "steady state" so temperature will increase more rapidly than in the past 50 years. Sequestrating co2 (removing it from atmosphere) would reduce the impact that anthropogenic co2 emissions has on global warming. Use of co2 in enhanced oil and gas recovery. Deep saline formations - (a) offshore (b) onshore. Use of co2 in enhanced coal bed methane recovery. The brubbel, a co2 driven cold water geyser in the village of. Wallenhorn in germany, provides a natural illustration of co2 leakage from geological storage. Such leakage would be undesirable in carbon- sequestration projects. Or react it with the rock (artificial chemical weathering) Kinetic: biking up a hill and down the hill.

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