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Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies - 6th International Conference
A crucial unresolved problem about geological sequestration is that some receptor reservoirs will leak stored CO 2 . At local scales, leaks might endanger shallower drinking water supplies or public health. At global scales, leaks might be large enough to make sequestration ineffective. This paper focuses on the global-scale problem and uses models of carbon storage reservoirs and natural carbon sinks to calculate constraints on reservoir leakage. It assumes fossil fuel consumption at a leveldoi:10.1016/b978-008044276-1/50043-x fatcat:6vyrdk6lmvfjdb4a6cbdw4f2mu