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Study Indicates Greater Capacity for Carbon Storage in the Subsurface

New research from the Energy Geosciences Division shows that carbon dioxide can penetrate the inner layers of some non-swelling clay minerals, which make up the dominant clays in the Earth’s deep subsurface. Results of the work could help inform practices intended to help limit carbon dioxide emissions. More>

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