Advances in the Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide

International Approaches to Reduce Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4469-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-4471-7 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. ANTHROPOGENIC GREENHOUSE GASES IN THE ATMOSPHERE

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      Pages 1-9

      STUDY OF LONG-TERM VARIATIONS OF CO2 AND CO CONCENTRATIONS IN THE GROUND ATMOSPHERIC LAYER NEAR THE CITY OF TOMSK (WESTERN SIBERIA)

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      Pages 11-16

      DYNAMICS OF THE VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF CO2 AND CO CONCENTRATIONS OVER WESTERN SIBERIA (1997-2003)

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      Pages 17-34

      CARBON BALANCE AND THE EMISSION OF GREENHOUSE GASES IN BOREAL FORESTS AND BOGS OF SIBERIA

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      Pages 35-45

      THE INTERACTION OF CO2 BETWEEN THE ATMOSPHERE AND SURFACE WATERS OF LAKE BAIKAL AND THE INFLUENCE OF WATER COMPOSITION

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      Pages 47-55

      REMOTE SENSING AND GIS FOR SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF ANTHROPOGENIC CARBON OXIDE EMISSIONS

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      Pages 57-65

      THE SOURCES OF CARCINOGENIC PAH EMISSION IN ALUMINIUM PRODUCTION USING SODERBERG CELLS

  2. Permafrost CO2 Storage

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      Pages 67-80

      DISTRIBUTION OF PERMAFROST IN RUSSIA

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      Pages 81-91

      CHARACTERISTICS OF PERMAFROST IN SIBERIA

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      Pages 93-102

      POSSIBILITIES OF SO2 STORAGE IN GEOLOGICAL STRATA OF PERMAFROST TERRAIN

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      Pages 103-110

      CRYOGELS – A PROMISING MATERIAL FOR UNDERGROUND WORKS IN PERMAFROST

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      Pages 111-126

      SUBSURFACE CARBON DIOXIDE STORAGE THROUGH CLATHRATE HYDRATE FORMATION

  3. Natural Analogues of CO2 Storage

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      Pages 127-139

      WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM NATURAL ANALOGUES?

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      Pages 141-156

      NEAR-SURFACE GAS GEOCHEMISTRY TECHNIQUES TO ASSESS AND MONITOR CO2 GEOLOGICAL SEQUESTRATION SITES

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      Pages 157-174

      GEOCHEMICAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CO2, PORE-WATERS AND RESERVOIR ROCKS

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      Pages 175-190

      STUDY OF NATURAL CO2 EMISSIONS IN DIFFERENT ITALIAN GEOLOGICAL SCENARIOS

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      Pages 191-202

      NATURAL LEAKAGE OF HELIUM FROM ITALIAN SEDIMENTARY BASINS OF THE ADRIATIC STRUCTURAL MARGIN

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      Pages 203-219

      TECTONICALLY CONTROLLED METHANE ESCAPE IN LAKE BAIKAL

  4. Active CO2 Injection Sites

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      Pages 221-230

      THE IEA WEYBURN CO2 MONITORING AND STORAGE PROJECT

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      Pages 231-242

      ASSESSMENT OF THE LONG-TERM FATE OF CO2 INJECTED INTO THE WEYBURN FIELD

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      Pages 243-259

      STRONTIUM ISOTOPE (87SR/86SR) CHEMISTRY IN PRODUCED OIL FIELD WATERS: THE IEA CO2 MONITORING AND STORAGE PROJECT

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