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Remineralization stabilizes the climate through the sequestration of carbon in agricultural and forest soils. While unhealthy forests give off CO2, healthy forests are a carbon sink- increased vitality and growth leads to an increase in carbon sequestration.

 

#TitleAuthorsYearType of PublicationLanguageResearch Area
#Rock’s power to mop up carbon revisited Cressey, Daniel2014 News ArticleEnglishCarbon Sequestration, Climate Change
#Geoengineering potential of artificially enhanced silicate weathering of olivine Hartmann, Jens; Köhlera, Peter; Wolf‐Gladrow, Dieter A.2010 Journal ArticleEnglishCarbon Sequestration, Climate Change
#Direct electrolytic dissolution of silicate minerals for air CO2 mitigation and carbon‐negative H2 production Aines, Roger D.; Bourcier, William L.; Carroll, Susan A.; Rau, Greg H.; Singleton, Michael J.; Smith, Megan M.2013 Journal ArticleEnglishCarbon Sequestration, Climate Change
#Silicate production and availability for mineral carbonation Manning, D.A.C.; Renforth, P.; Taylder, J.; Washbourne, C. L.2011 Journal ArticleEnglishCarbon Sequestration, Climate Change
#Carbonate precipitation in artificial soils produced from basaltic quarry fines and composts: An opportunity for passive carbon sequestration Ghazireh, N.; Lopez‐Capel, Elisa; Manning, D.A.C.; Renforth, P.; Robertson, S.2013 Journal ArticleEnglishCarbon Sequestration, Climate Change
#Carbon dioxide sequestration by mineral carbonation Literature review update 2005–2007 Sipilä, Johan; Teir, Sebastian; Zevenhoven, Ron2008 ReportEnglishCarbon Sequestration, Climate Change
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