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Marine Monitoring for Offshore Geological Carbon Storage—A Review of Strategies, Technologies and Trends

Ann E. A. Blomberg, Ivar-Kristian Waarum, Christian Totland, Espen Eek
2021 Geosciences  
to detect and quantify leakage if it should occur.  ...  In this review, we summarize marine monitoring strategies developed to ensure adequate monitoring of the marine environment without introducing prohibitive costs.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/geosciences11090383 fatcat:fp4elx43bnffpbkf5kugxubhdu

Insights and guidance for offshore CO2 storage monitoring based on the QICS, ETI MMV, and STEMM-CCS projects

Marcella Dean, Jerry Blackford, Douglas Connelly, Rob Hines
2020 International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control  
(Strategies for Environmental Monitoring of Marine CCS) projects collectively represent over twelve years of dedicated research to assess environmental impacts and to develop technologies for detection  ...  QICS as the first of the three projects, focused on the understanding of sensitivities of the UK marine environment to a potential leak from a CO 2 storage complex and tested technologies to detect such  ...  The ETI MMV project was led by Fugro GB Marine Ltd in collaboration with Sonardyne, the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and the British Geological Survey (BGS) both part of NERC, Plymouth Marine Laboratory  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijggc.2020.103120 fatcat:4f5qnf47z5hhvbqfn5pdpggcwe

Review of monitoring issues and technologies associated with the long-term underground storage of carbon dioxide

R. A. Chadwick, R. Arts, M. Bentham, O. Eiken, S. Holloway, G. A. Kirby, J. M. Pearce, J. P. Williamson, P. Zweigel
2009 Geological Society Special Publication  
Large-scale underground storage of CO 2 has the potential to play a key role in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.  ...  A diverse portfolio of potential monitoring tools is available, some tried and tested in the oil industry, others as yet unproven.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the CO2STORE consortium for permission to use the Sleipner data in this work.  ... 
doi:10.1144/sp313.15 fatcat:tlyd34cuprfpnfguugqmhqwwa4

The microbial dimension of submarine groundwater discharge: current challenges and future directions

Clara Ruiz-González, Valentí Rodellas, Jordi Garcia-Orellana
2021 FEMS Microbiology Reviews  
Studies should explore microbial dynamics and their role in chemical cycles in coastal aquifers, the bidirectional dispersal of groundwater and seawater microorganisms, and marine bacterioplankton responses  ...  SGD can influence marine microbial communities through supplying chemical compounds and microorganisms, and in turn, microbes at the land-ocean transition zone determine the chemistry of the groundwater  ...  Due to the typical scarcity of freshly produced carbon in subsurface ecosystems (Hofmann and Griebler 2018) , groundwater microbes have probably evolved diverse strategies to persist in resting or dormant  ... 
doi:10.1093/femsre/fuab010 pmid:33538813 pmcid:PMC8498565 fatcat:b4nzihwlljhihajsf7evhuoyse

Crystal ball - 2009

2009 Environmental Microbiology Reports  
Hence, it could be a very useful tool in environmental microbiology, which deals with an enormous number and diversity of unknown populations, processes and habitats, many of which escape human scales,  ...  In other words, the urgent questions in environmental microbiology are known, the methods and technologies are largely available, but the culture and art of retrieving and dealing with A geochemist colleague  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to extend special thanks to the Agouron Institute, the C-MORE, and the School of Ocean and Earth Science at the University of Hawaii at Mā noa.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1758-2229.2008.00010.x pmid:23765716 fatcat:a2h7akkx5zg7pntlrwpwjj6rh4

EUCOP4 Book of Abstracts [article]

Gonçalo Vieira, Pedro Pina, Carla Mora, António Correia
2014 Zenodo  
The high quality of the scientific program is to be thanked to the authors and also to the chairs of the 23 thematic sessions, that made a fantastic work in their promotion and also in conducting all reviewing  ...  EUCOP4, the 4th European Conference on Permafrost and Regional Conference of the International Permafrost Association is hosted by the Portuguese Universities of Lisbon and Évora and is to be held in Évora  ...  This enables us to explore the spatial distribution of frost cracking in realistic landscapes, and to study the slow feedbacks between periglacial erosion, sediment transport, and the evolving topography  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5532540 fatcat:ucwuntienvh7bogt77s52im7mq

ATLAS Deliverable 3.4: Conservation management issues in ATLAS Basin-scale systematic conservation planning: identifying suitable networks for VMEs protection

M Combes, S Vaz, T Morato, L Fauconnet, S Arnaud-Haond, C Dominguez-Carrió, A Fox, J-M González-Irusta, M Carreiro-Silva, A Davies, P Durán Muñoz, H Egilsdóttir (+23 others)
2021 Zenodo  
The last two decades have witnessed a complete shift in our perception of the deep sea, from a homogeneous, mostly muddy and unspoiled seafloor to a vast patchwork of diverse and fragile habitats as well  ...  Such large-scale endeavours to date have thus been mainly relying on biogeochemical and physiographic proxies to design networks of marine protected areas.  ...  taxa with different environmental requirements, life-history strategies and functional significance.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4658788 fatcat:s5t7vqxvgbenpffotkmg6j2acy

Methane emissions as energy reservoir: Context, scope, causes and mitigation strategies

Xiaoli Chai, David J. Tonjes, Devinder Mahajan
2016 Progress in Energy and Combustion Science  
Laws and 2502 regulations to protect the environment were adopted beginning in 1973, and in 1983 2503 environmental protection was identified as a state "fundamental policy."  ...  are included in the assessments) [212]. 1665 5.3 Methanotropes in Cover Soils 1666 Microbes in a variety of environments oxidize CH4 to CO2.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pecs.2016.05.001 fatcat:qd5eu2xjhzgbpghhezvnfyudgu

The Global Methane Budget 2000–2017

Marielle Saunois, Ann R. Stavert, Ben Poulter, Philippe Bousquet, Joseph G. Canadell, Robert B. Jackson, Peter A. Raymond, Edward J. Dlugokencky, Sander Houweling, Prabir K. Patra, Philippe Ciais, Vivek K. Arora (+79 others)
2019 Earth System Dynamics Discussions  
Assessing the relative importance of CH<sub>4</sub> in comparison to CO<sub>2</sub> is complicated by its shorter atmospheric lifetime, stronger warming potential, and atmospheric growth rate variations  ...  representation of photochemical sinks in top-down inversions, and v) development of a 3D variational inversion system using isotopic and/or co-emitted species such as ethane.  ...  .: A blueprint for blue carbon: toward an improved understanding of the role of vegetated coastal habitats in sequestering CO2, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 9, 552-560, doi:10.1890/110004,  ... 
doi:10.5194/essd-2019-128 fatcat:fwprfquq65dipotvbhnv6txwu4

Human impacts and their interactions in the Baltic Sea region

Marcus Reckermann, Anders Omstedt, Tarmo Soomere, Juris Aigars, Naveed Akhtar, Magdalena Bełdowska, Jacek Bełdowski, Tom Cronin, Michał Czub, Margit Eero, Kari Petri Hyytiäinen, Jukka-Pekka Jalkanen (+15 others)
2022 Earth System Dynamics  
A multitude of human impacts, including climate change, affect the different compartments of the environment, and these effects interact with each other.  ...  marine litter and microplastics, tourism, and coastal management), and they are all interrelated to different degrees.  ...  and source (in winter) of CO2 to the atmosphere.  ... 
doi:10.5194/esd-13-1-2022 fatcat:npg6vtczfnbjrgxexeeuldnzva

Conference program and abstracts. International Biogeography Society 6th Biennial Meeting – 9-13 January 2013, Miami, Florida, USA

Joaquín Hortal, Karen Faller, Kenneth Feeley, Richard Field, Catherine Graham, François Guilhaumon, Daniel Gavin
2012 Frontiers of Biogeography  
The geography of divergence and disparity: how landscapes help understand the decoupling of genetic structure and phenotypic diversity. 43A Assembly of plant communities in climate space Benjamin Blonder  ...  Sloat 1,3 , Bill Piel 3,15 , Nathan Kraft 3,16 , Jens-Christian Svenning 3,17 , Naia Morueta-Holme 3,17 , Nick Spensor 3,18 , Susan Wiser 3,18 , Jeff Ott 3,7 , Barbara Dobrin 1,3 , Sandy Andelman 3,19 and  ...  The method is simple and can be readily used in other geographical disciplines to produce the most probable fine-resolution maps of a given variable in poorly surveyed areas.  ... 
doi:10.21425/f5fbg15702 fatcat:lwyauz5kbvcwbmimvei4iota3a

Poster Abstracts

2014 Integrative and Comparative Biology  
We discuss the possibility of widespread infection of humans by nematode worms and provide suggestions for approaches to rapidly and accurately detect the prevalence of Gongylonema in human subjects.  ...  The stimuli on each trial were unique and could vary in color, shape, size and pattern. To choose correctly, the bees had to learn the relationship of the stimuli. Performance was better than chance.  ...  Existing survey techniques are tedious, slow and can pose a disturbance risk to bats or require extensive expertise in surveying that might not scale well to biological measures of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icb/icu009 fatcat:bwtfvcxovnfbtaglzx7irgcu7m

Symposia and Oral Abstracts

2007 Integrative and Comparative Biology  
As an example of adaptation, I chose to focus on resource niche expansion in a novel environment.  ...  degree of adaptation to a novel environment increases with the amount of existing genetic variation for relevant traits.  ...  There is a need to understand better the relationship of genotype and environment to phenotype in terms of predicting responses by larval forms to environmental change.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icb/icm104 fatcat:uqdscbqihbeoxoo2unutfwtmdi

Poster Abstracts

2017 Integrative and Comparative Biology  
P3-123 ADAMS, AM*; PINSHOW, B; Texas A&M University, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev; aadams@bio.tamu.edu Scorpions modify their behavior and burrow structure in response to the physical environment  ...  detection by the parietal eye of all subjects was inhibited with a non-toxic black paint.  ...  Longer glides (L) require the animal to generate lift for a sustained duration and increase the probability of encountering obstacles in a cluttered environment.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icb/icx001 fatcat:tnwx27gpsjddjd4qvecg7ip5ma

Abstracts from the Astrobiology Science Conference 2004

2004 International Journal of Astrobiology  
(ii) The infl ationary model and its implications for the existence of a "multiverse." (iii) The nature of dark energy and its relation to anthropic considerations.  ...  I will examine recent fi ndings in cosmology and their implications for the emergence of life in the universe and the ultimate fate of life.  ...  Urban And Rural Environments Penny A.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1473550404001648 fatcat:7edgphlk6bb2xf73w3rrb2vc3m
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