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Carbon Flux from Ocean to Biosphere--Chemical Evidence from Deep-Sea Cores: ABSTRACT

Richard G. Fairbanks, Jean Claude Duplessy, Joseph T. Durazzi

AAPG Bulletin

... of the ^dgrC13 variation End_Page 704------------------------------ during the past century is the burning of fossil fuel. The carbon isotopic...

1980

ABSTRACT: Laboratory Studies on the Carbonation Potential of Basalt: Applications to Geological Sequestration of CO2 in the Columbia River Basalt Group; #90013 (2003)

William K. O’Connor, Gilbert E. Rush, David C. Dahlin

Search and Discovery.com

... of the tremendously large volumes of CO2 emitted from fossil-fuel power plants, an in-situ process may be preferable. Sandstone-hosted saline aquifers...

2003

ABSTRACT: Alternative Energy Resources in the 21st century … An Overview; #90118 (2011)

Anshumita Ganguly and Kaiwan J. Elavia

Search and Discovery.com

... is the only solution. The increased power demand, depleting fossil fuel resources and growing environmental pollution have led the world to think seriously...

2011

Abstract: Steps to Make Natural Gas a Lower Emission Energy Source; #90187 (2014)

Allison R. Grant and Grant Wach

Search and Discovery.com

... should be seen as a transition fuel as we decrease our reliance on fossil fuels and increase the capacity of renewable energy resources. During this long...

2014

Abstract: Energy Sound Bites and Counterbites

Scott W. Tinker

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

... of “renewable” energy are used to generate electricity, which may eventually replace some component of liquid fuel demand, but not until the auto fleet...

2009

The Rock-Solid Scientific Evidence for Anthropogenic Global Warming; #80728 (2020)

James F. Kasting

Search and Discovery.com

... will happen to atmospheric CO2 and climate during the next century depends largely on how much fossil fuel we consume. The 2018 CO2 emission rate from...

2020

ABSTRACT: Underground coal gasification; Illinois Basin, USA, and elsewhere

Agnieszka Drobniak, Maria Mastalerz, John A. Rupp

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

... not be economically competitive with other fossil-fuel-based electricity sources without help from federal and state agencies. 45 Copyright © 2018...

2018

Abstract: Beans Means Oil Crisis Relief

PESA Staff

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... the i r own nitrogen ferti li ser. Canola, wheat and sugar cane require fertiliser costing valuable fossil fuel energy. "The Australian ag ri cultu...

2006

ABSTRACT: Origin of Biogenic Gases in East Coast Basins of India; #90118 (2011)

Harish C. Pande, Ashok Raina, Vartika Roy, R. K. Saxena, Harvir Singh, and R. R. Singh

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... growing fossil fuel since the seventies. Knowing whether a natural gas show is biogenic or thermogenic can have critical implications for the presence...

2011

Abstract: "Air Toxics" from Coal Combustion: Implications for Global Fossil Fuel Use

R. B. Finkelman

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

...Abstract: "Air Toxics" from Coal Combustion: Implications for Global Fossil Fuel Use R. B. Finkelman 15th Annual Meeting Abstracts and Program...

1998

The Future of Natural Gas; #70095 (2011)

William L. Fisher

Search and Discovery.com

... Geological Survey Circular 1115, 58 p., Web accessed 23 May 2011, http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/ Nehring, R., 2009, Traversing the mountaintop: world fossil fuel...

2011

Innovations in Carbon (IV) Oxide Capture and Sequestration for Operations, Engineering and Technology; #42021 (2017)

Lilian E. Simiyu, Sandra Konez

Search and Discovery.com

... University, Nairobi, Kenya ([email protected]) Abstract Fossil fuel combustion supplies more than 85% of energy for industrial activities and thus...

2017

Sustainable Use of Fossil Energy, #80164 (2011)

Dag Nummedal

Search and Discovery.com

... from fossil fuels. One such strategy is fuel shift from coal to natural gas, with its attendant lower emissions during combustion and much lower...

2011

Clean Coal Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for Eastern Australia

L. W. Gurba

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... emissions from fossil-fuel fired plants can be achieved by improving conversion efficiency, co-firing coal with biomass, employing CO2 capture and storage...

2008

Abstract: The Oil Industry — a Whipping Boy for a World Out of Control?

Richard Hardman

Southeast Asia Petroleum Exploration Society (SEAPEX)

..., oil and gas. This is a 50% higher level of fossil fuel burn than today and, if Campbell is right, very difficult or impossible to achieve. We need...

2001

Geomechanical Analysis of CO2 Sequestration in the Bakken Formation, #80691 (2019).

Ogochukwu Ozotta, Mehdi Ostadhassan,

Search and Discovery.com

... years. The use of fossil fuel in the past century has drastically increased CO2 emission into the atmosphere. About 80% of global primary energy is from...

2019

A Future with Fewer Carbon Emissions; #120032 (2009)

Rod Nelson

Search and Discovery.com

... Carbon Mitigation  Continued use of fossil fuel in a carbon-constrained world will require:  Moderating demand by improving energy efficiency...

2009

Brazil: Losing its Way

Jane Whaley

GEO ExPro Magazine

..., with a predominantly non-fossil fuel road transport system, an efficient and largely renewable electric sector, and plenty of untapped renewable resources...

2022

What if Climate Skeptics are Wrong? Best Policy Responses in the Face of Anthropogenic Climate Change

H. Sterling Burnett

GCAGS Transactions

... to the present rate and direction of climate change and whether any climate changes influenced by human fossil fuel use will be catastrophic or might even...

2018

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