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OCEANS 2019 MTS/IEEE SEATTLE
The likelihood of leakage from sub-seabed Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) sites has been debated since geological storage was proposed as an effective option to remove greenhouse gas emissions from the climate system. Within the marine environment, passive acoustics has been presented as a feasible way for detecting and quantifying any such leakage. When determining estimates of gas escape across the seabed, the influence of dynamic environments, introducing natural variations in seepage ratesdoi:10.23919/oceans40490.2019.8962746 fatcat:m3ej5dizk5fjtg46g7zrthm37y