Returning Carbon to Nature: Coal, Carbon Capture, and Storage by Michael H. Stephenson

Returning Carbon to Nature: Coal, Carbon Capture, and Storage

byMichael H. Stephenson

Kobo ebook | August 14, 2013

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Carbon capture and storage is one of the main carbon emissions policy issues globally, yet you may know little about it if you’re outside the academic community. As the global push to address the impact that carbon emissions has on global warming continues, awareness and knowledge of viable solutions must be communicated in layperson terms. Returning Coal and Carbon To Nature breaks across traditional barriers among history, geology, biology and climate change to address the topic from a multidisciplinary, Earth System Science approach. If you’re a policymakeror someone who influences policy, this book will explain carbon capture and storage—a relatively new concept—in easy-to-understand terms. Clearly presented charts, tables and diagrams explain critical concepts, and a range of full-color photographs will help you visualize the carbon capture and storage process and its principles.
  • Discusses carbon capture and storage in terms easily accessible to a range of stakeholders, including policymakers worldwide and geoscientists who influence policy.
  • The first cross-disciplinary look at the history, geology and biology of coal, and presents carbon capture and storage in the context of Earth System Science.
  • Authored by one of the world’s foremost carbon capture and storage experts who has more than 30 years of field research experience.

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Title:Returning Carbon to Nature: Coal, Carbon Capture, and StorageFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 14, 2013Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0124076564

ISBN - 13:9780124076563

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