NEWS AND NOTES SEAFLOOR COUL D STORE turn s carbon dioxide into a liquid encounter s cold water in the top S OF YEARS OF THOUSAND denser tha n the surroundin g water. layer of sediment and reacts to for m MAN-MAD E C0 Carbon dioxide formin g into solid, a type of ice called carbon dioxide Researcher s have been looking immobil e hydrate crystals boosts hydrate , trapping the additional into sequestering man-made C0 th e stability and decreases the liquid C0 beneath it. 2 2 in bot h geological formations and chance of escape. Inagaki and colleagues report- the waters of the ocean, but both A rare carbon dioxide "lake" ed their findings in a September method s run the risk of leakage. wa s recently found in the East e of PNAS. issu A new solution could exist far China Sea off the coast of Taiwan "Supplyin g the energy de- belo w the surface of the ocean. that could offer clues as to whether mande d by world economic According to scientists at Harvard thi s plan might work and how it growt h without affecting the University, sediment on the ocean migh t
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2006
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