Antacids for the Sea? Artificial Ocean Alkalinization and Climate Change
- Aug 28, 2020 11:58 pm GMT
There is increasing urgency for large-scale deployment of carbon-removal approaches to help avoid passing critical climatic thresholds.Given the severe risks ofmany terrestrialmethods at extremely large scales, there is a compelling need to also assess the potential of marine negative-emissions technologies, such as artificial ocean alkalinization.
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