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|Title:||Ginninderra I and Ginniderra II: introduction to the CO₂ controlled release experiments|
|Other Titles:||Ginninderra I and Ginniderra II: introduction to the CO(2) controlled release experiments|
|Citation:||2013 CO2CRC Research Symposium, 2013;|
|Conference Name:||CO2CRC Research Symposium (2013 : Sandy Bay, Tasmania)|
|A. Feitz, H. Berko, C. Kemp, C. Jenkins, U. Schacht, R. Noble, S. Zegelin, T Kuske, A. McGrath, R. Pevzner, I. Schroder, X. Sirault and J. Jimenez-Berni|
|Abstract:||Two shallow sub-surface CO2 controlled release experiments were conducted at the Ginninderra test site during 2012. The theme of the first experiment was CO2 detection in the soil and surface emissions quantification. The theme for the second experiment was investigating sub-surface migration and broad scale detection technologies. Our objective overall is to design cheaper monitoring technologies to evaluate leakage and environmental impact in the shallow sub-surface. Over 10 different monitoring techniques were evaluated at the site against a known CO2 release. These included soil gas, soil CO2 flux, soil analysis, eddy covariance, atmospheric tomography, noble gas tracers, ground penetrating radar, electromagnetic surveys, airborne hyperspectral, in-field phenotyping (thermal, hyperspectral and 3D imaging), and microbial soil genomics. Technique highlights and an assessment of the implications for large scale storage are presented in the following corresponding talks.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Australian School of Petroleum publications|
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