|Research Areas & Activities Solar Energy Biomass Energy Hydrogen Advanced Combustion CO2 Capture CO2 Storage Multiphase Flow of CO2 and Water in Reservoir Rocks Reactivity of CO2 in the Subsurface Linking Chemical and Physical Effects of CO2 Injection to Geophysical Parameters Collaborative Research on Carbon Sequestration in Saline Aquifers in China Experimental Investigations of Multiphase Flow and Trapping of CO2 in Saline Aquifers Geologic Storage of CO2 in Coal Beds A Numerical Simulation Framework for CO2 Sequestration Geophysical Monitoring of Geologic Sequestration Seal Capacity of Potential CO2 Sequestration Sites Rapid Prediction of Subsurface CO2 Movement Advanced Materials & Catalysts Advanced Coal Advanced Transportation Advanced Electric Grid Grid Storage Other Renewables Integrated Assessment Advanced Nuclear Energy Geoengineering Exploratory Efforts All Activities Analysis Activities Technical Reports||
Seal Capacity of Potential CO2 Sequestration Sites
Start Date: January 2003
Mark Zoback, Professor, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University
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Updated December 2008
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