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DOI Details

Identifier:
10.13120/4T2A-B869
Creators:
Crispi, Guido Guido Crispi https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4977-8924
Titles:
Geochemistry of dissolved carbon in pelagic and benthic ecosystems
Geochimica del carbonio disciolto in ecosistemi pelagici e bentonici
Publisher:
National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics
PublicationYear:
2023
ResourceType:
Subjects:
FOS: Earth and related environmental sciences
Contributors:
Crispi, Guido Guido Crispi https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4977-8924
Dates:
2023-06-01/2023-06-30
Language:
en
AlternateIdentifiers:
2020/70 Sez OCE 19 EXO
RelatedIdentifiers:
10.13120/A55052D6-787F-4AA3-9407-2FAB53703C46
10.1016/0098-3004(95)00115-8
10.1016/j.csr.2004.03.010
10.1016/0077-7579(95)90057-8
10.1016/0077-7579(95)90056-X
10.1006/ecss.2001.0890
10.5194/os-2-123-2006
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RightsList:
Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial 4.0 International
Descriptions:
The CO2-Geo separate task has outlined the conceptual and theoretical basis for the development of a geochemically-based system model to specifically address the potential impacts of enhanced CO2 concentrations through a sediment column in the marine environment on benthic ecosystems. CO2-Geo has been developed by G. Crispi and used in the European Project 502816-CO2GeoNet, JRAP-4 with Partners BGS, BRGM, NIVA, URS, BGR, OGS; its use is continuing with the Figs. 3-13 development and the Appendix of this mandatory research method disclosure, as a spin-off, "CO2 Geo" in the proposal, of the European Union Project 240837-Research into Impacts and Safety in CO2 Storage, Work Package 4 with Partners PML, IMARES, OGS, QUINTESSA; the latter project, using English as working language, counts: 13 R&D, 5 Industrial, and 4 Consulting Partners.
Type of the resource: Other-Mandatory Research Method Disclosure; this resource, translated and revised by G. Crispi, derives from a foreground of the Ecosystem Responses to CO2 Leakage – Model Approach, accepted Joint Research Activity Proposal, JRAP-4 with Partners BGS, BRGM, NIVA, URS, BGR, OGS, in the European Union Contract SES6-CT- 2004-502816 CO2GeoNet-Network of Excellence on Geological Sequestration of CO2, Co-ordinated by BGS, UK, Co-ordinator of the Activity J. West, BGS.
GeoLocations:
13.76 45.71

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