Friday, May 1, 2009

Storing CO2 in the North Sea?

"Porous rocks beneath the seabed of the North Sea and disused oil and gas fields could provide storage for millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide.

The research, by Edinburgh University, is likely to herald the startof a major new industry for Scotland, using the North Sea to lead the way in efforts to store the greenhouse gas
emissions from power plants."

Very interesting, but I wonder what kind of effect this would have on aquatic life.

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