Climate Seminar! Geological Carbon Storage: Weyburn-Midale CO2 Monitoring and Storage Project

There is a seminar this afternoon that should be prove to be very interesting.  Ben Rostrom will be presenting “Geological Storage of Carbon on a Large Scale: the IEA-GHG Weyburn-Midale CO2 Monitoring and Storage Project.”  This monitoring and storage project is a world’s first in serious research on the carbon capture in geological stores. The project area is unprecedented, covering an area roughly 200km by 200km.  Furthermore, it has a unique Canadian angle – the project is located in Saskatchewan!  Beyond the shear scale and locaility, geological means of carbon sequestration offers a potentially efficient yet contentious means mitigating climate change.  Wiki lists a number of criticisms and risks associated with this type of geoengineering here.

Anyway, go check out the talk: 4:00pm in AERL 120 (map)

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Dave Semeniuk spends hours locked up in his office, thinking about the role the oceans play in controlling global climate, and unique ways of studying it. He'd also like to shamelessly plug his art practice: davidsemeniuk.com

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