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BSCSP Film Features Kevin Dome Seismic Survey

BSCSP is proud to present, What’s Shaking on Kevin Dome, a short outreach film highlighting the recent seismic survey at Kevin Dome. This short film features interviews with the scientists and field crew involved with the seismic survey as well as a description of related geologic activities. To view the video, click here.

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Kevin Dome Large Scale Storage Project

BSCSP is conducting a large-scale carbon capture and storage demonstration study in Toole County, Montana. Located in the Kevin Dome, research findings from this project will provide crucial data regarding the capacity for underground geologic features to permanently store large amounts of CO2.

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Basalt Pilot Overview

On July 17, 2013, scientists working with BSCSP, Battelle, and other partners began injecting 1,000 tons CO2 into a deep basalt formation located near Wallula, Washington. This project will provide valuable information regarding the long-term storage potential of using other similar basalt formations to permanently store CO2 emissions.

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What is Carbon Capture and Storage?

Carbon capture and storage technologies are one approach to mitigate the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the atmosphere. Both geologic and terrestrial ecosystems have the potential to store CO2 and are being explored by BSCSP as ways to reduce regional greenhouse gas emissions.

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