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Carbon Cycle Science Supply: Bibliography

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The MIT Laboratory for Energy & the Environment’s Carbon Sequestration Initiative has compiled a comprehensive C Sequestration Bibliography with links to PDF documents of dozens of papers. Papers cover both technical and socio-economic issues related to C sequestration.

Ocean Carbon Sequestration Abstracts are provided by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science. Excellent source of abstracts of papers related to C sequestration in the deep ocean.

Specific Articles:

Amarnath, A. Enhanced Oil Recovery Scoping Study. Oct. 1999. Advanced Resources International, Inc. 17 July 2002.

Bruce, James P. et al. Carbon Sequestration in Soils. 21 May 1998. Soil and Water Conservation Society. 26 June 2002

CASMGS. Consortium for Agricultural Soils Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases. 8 July 2002

Carbon Sequestration – Capture and Separation. Office of Fossil Energy, U.S. Department of Energy. 25 July 2002.

Falkowski, Paul G. et al. “Biological Controls and Feedbacks on Ocean Primary production.” Science 281 (1998 ).

Havorka, Susan D. et al. Sequestration of Greenhouse Gases in Brine Formations. 2000. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin. 22 July 2002

Hedger, Merylyn McKenzie et al. “Agriculture and Forestry: Identification of Options for Net Greenhouse Gas Reductions. 1997. Annex I Expert Group on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Working Paper No. 7.

Herzog, Howard J. An Introduction to CO2 Separation and Capture Technologies. Aug. 1999. MIT Energy Laboratory. 27 July 2002

Herzog, Howard J. Ocean Sequestration of CO2 – An Overview. 30 Aug. 1998. Fourth International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies. 19 July 2002

Izzauralde, R.C and N. J. Rosenberg. “Stroring carbon in agricultural soils: a mulit-purpose environmental strategy.” Climate Change 2001:1-10

Marland, Greeg, and Tristam O. West. Full Carbon Cycle Analysis in Agriculture: Balancing Carbon Emissions, Carbon Sequestration, and Agricultural Productivity. 15 Dec. 2000. Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 1 July 2002

O’Connor, W.K. et al. “Carbon Dioxide Sequestration by Direct Mineral Carbonation with Carbonic Acid.” Proceedings of the 25th International Technical Conference on Coal Utilization and Fuel Systems (2000). 22 July 2002.

Oldenburg, Curtis M. and Sally M. Benson. CO2 Injection for Enhanced Gas Production and Carbon Sequestration. 2001. Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley national Laboratory. 18 July 2002

Orr, L. and A. Kovscek. “Increasing CO2 Storage in Oil Recovery” Proceedings of the First National Conference on Carbon Sequestration May 14-17 2001.

Post, W. M. and K.C. Kwon. “Soil carbon sequestration and land-use change: processes and potential.” Global Change Biology Mar. 2000:317-327.

Romine, Glenn. Final Report – Iron Fertilization. 19 Aug. 2001. University of Oklahoma Earth System Science Education. 17 July 2002

Rosenbauer, Robert J. “Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in Saline Aquifers.” Online Posting. May 2002. Sound Waves. 22 July 2002

Using Landfill Gas for Energy. U.S. Department of Energy. 11 July 2002

Watson, Robert T. et al. IPCC Special Report on Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry. 1 Oct. 1998. IPCC. 10 July 2002