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Researchers analyse ‘rock dissolving’ method of geoengineering
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Geoengineering impact of open ocean dissolution of olivine on atmospheric CO2, surface ocean pH and marine biology
The published version of the paper ‘Geoengineering impact of open ocean dissolution of olivine on atmospheric CO2, surface ocean pH and marine biology’ (Peter Köhler et al 2013 Environ. Res. Lett. 8 014009) is freely available online.
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